Other airlines may offer a fancier product, but this is still an excellent use of Qantas Points and absolutely worth flying if you have the points.
This Priority Pass lounge offers a basic level of comfort and amenities yet is still a quiet retreat from the bustle of Terminal 2.
This five-star hotel doesn’t live up to the hype but is a good choice to offset high accommodation costs if you have Marriott Rewards points.
Qantas Club members and Gold Frequent Flyers will appreciate the updated aesthetics and facilities, but it is still extremely busy.
Business Class passengers and elite status holders will feel at home in this revamped lounge, with plenty of natural light and an Asian Spice Bar.
The new A380 Business Class on Singapore Airlines offers a greater degree of privacy, along with more comfortable seating and spacious cabin feel.
The Sydney T3 Qantas Club provides Qantas Gold Frequent Flyers, Oneworld Sapphire and Qantas Club members with a quiet retreat from the hustle and bustle of Sydney Airport.
The lounge is open to those with selected lounge access memberships such as Dragonpass, premium Qantas passengers on QF42 to Sydney and anyone willing to part with some cash.
This sprawling, refreshed international flagship lounge gets a five-star rating from me.
A spacious lounge with a good selection of food, beverages and barista coffee but a grim appearance.
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This is a spacious and modern lounge that is perfectly suited to domestic travellers before short hops around Malaysia.
This flight can be easily booked with points or upgraded with cash and is a comfortable way to fly within Asia but perhaps not from Perth.