Australia is a land of staggering contrast and spectacular beauty. Travelling to Australia comes with certain guarantees; one is that the land of Australia is so vast and varied that it is a destination which will excite and inspire wonder in equal measures. This is the ideal destination for unique holiday experiences, half the world away. With iconic attractions and beach and barbie lifestyle you can see why it’s always one of the worlds most desirable destinations.
It is the perfect way to see Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands of Fiji, Tonga and French Polynesia.
As well as a great number of cruise and stay options taking you to wonders like the Great Barrier Reef from picnicking on a tropical island that disappears with the high tide to walking along the sea bed in a modern-day diving helmet,
Sydney bay is a grand occasion in itself as you pass the world-famous Sydney Opera House Sydney. Fusing ancient and modernist influences, and situated on a site sacred to the Gadigal people for thousands of years, the sculptural elegance of the Sydney Opera House has made it one of the symbols of twentieth century architecture.
Penguin Parade on Phillip Island where you can waddle on the wild side and see wild penguins at the world-famous Penguin Parade, Phillip Island – only 90 minutes from Melbourne!
Barossa Valley A perfect no-fuss day trip from Adelaide, with many amazing places to eat also, Barossa is a foodies idea of heaven. With hot, dry summers and cool, moderate winters, the Barossa is one of the world’s exceptional wine regions − an absolute must for anyone with even the slightest interest in a good tipple. It’s a compact valley − just 25km long − yet it manages to produce 21% of Australia’s wine.
Marvel at the wonder and mystery of Ayer’s Rock in the country’s ‘red centre’ and admire Melbourne’s wonderful architecture and culture.
New Zealand wows with its spectacular fjords and glaciers, steep mountains, lush valleys and shimmering lakes, as well as Pacific-style hot springs and volcanoes, tropical beaches and forests. The Bay of Islands is home to 144 sub-tropical Islands, the surrounding waters contain a plethora of wildlife including whales, dolphins and penguins. For culture lovers, main city, Auckland, and capital city, Wellington, have a myriad of museums, galleries, theatres and shops waiting to be explored.
Appreciate the stunning beauty of this wonderful, fantasy land as you sail through Milford, Doubtful and Dusky Sound, and discover the delights of both the North and South Island.
The South Pacific includes popular islands like Fiji, Bora Bora, Tahiti and Samoa as well as more remote stops that are diverse in culture, history, languages, geology and scenery.
Snorkelling and diving aficionados, travellers in search of genuine authenticity, modern explorers… The Oceania and Pacific islands cruises have been created specifically with you in mind. With ports of call at the idyllic beaches of French Polynesia and New Caledonia, these cruises provide exceptional opportunities to go snorkelling and admire some of the most beautiful seabed environments in the world.
The wild, untamed region of Kimberley and particular parts of New Zealand’s volcanic regions are home to simply spectacular scenery. Meeting the local peoples of Vanuatu and Papua New Guinea is a profound experience of human brotherhood and fraternity.
So many cruise and cruise and stay options, please contact our specialist team to find the right one for you.