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You're ready to experience the adventure of a lifetime in Las Vegas, but first things first - you have to get here. Fortunately, we can help. Check out the list of tour operators and airlines that can bring you to Las Vegas, and within your budget. Be sure to have your travel documents in order and look at our other helpful hints to assist you in planning your trip. Then, kick back and get ready for the time of your life.


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Daily flights operate from three Australian cities.

  • Sydney: via Dallas, Honolulu, Houston, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Vancouver
  • Melbourne: via Los Angeles, San Francisco, Vancouver
  • Brisbane: via Honolulu, Los Angeles, Vancouver

Connecting flights from other Australian cities are also available.

Several airlines offer connections to Las Vegas, including:

Flights operate from New Zealand:

Auckland: via Honolulu, Los Angeles, San Francisco

McCarran International Airport is your gateway to Las Vegas. Located in Paradise just a quick 10-minute ride to the Strip.

USA Travel Info

Before embarking on your U.S. adventure, it’s important to know a few things relating to entry into the United States:

Travel/Visa Documents

Further information on getting your travel documents in order:

  • You need to hold a current passport that is valid for at least six months after the departure date is required.
  • If traveling to Las Vegas for 90 days or less, the Visa Waiver Program enables Australians and New Zealanders to enter without attaining a visa with an “ESTA.” An ETSA application must be filled out and completed online at least 72 hours prior to departure. It allows travel for up to 90 days in the U.S., Mexico, Canada and the Caribbean and is valid for two years. For more information and to apply, visit

Information for Australians and New Zealanders traveling abroad:

Find out how the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) supports Australians abroad.

Find out how the New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT) supports New Zealander’s abroad.