Australia & New Zealand Cruises

A cruise around Australia and New Zealand will uncover a wealth of history, culture and fine cuisine.

Australia & New Zealand Ports

Adelaide, Australia
Airlie Beach, Australia
Akaroa, New Zealand
Albany, Australia
Auckland, New Zealand
Ayers Rock, Australia
Bay Of Islands, New Zealand
Ben Boyde, Australia
Brisbane, Australia
Broome, Australia
Bunbury, Australia
Burnie, Australia
Bussleton, Australia
Cairns, Australia
Christchurch (Akaroa), New Zealand
Cid Harbour, Australia
Conflict Islands,
Cooktown, Australia
Cruising by Tasman Peninsula ,
Cruising Fiordland National Park, New Zealand
Cruising Great Barrier Reef,
Cruising Mykines, Gasadalur
Cruising Willis Island, Australia
Cruising Wilsons Promontory,
Darwin, Australia
Devonport, Australia
Doubtful Sound, New Zealand
Dunedin (Port Chalmers), New Zealand
Dusky Sound, New Zealand
Eden, Australia
Esperance, Australia
Exmouth, Australia
Fiorldand, New Zealand
Geelong, Australia
Geraldton, Australia
Gisborne, New Zealand
Hamilton Island, Whitsunday Islands
Hamilton Island, Whitsundays
Hardy Reef, Australia
Hobart, Tasmania
Kaikoura, New Zealand
Kangaroo Island, Australia
Kimberley Coastal, Australia
Lifou, New Caledonia
Lyttelton, New Zealand
Margaret River, Australia
Marlborough Sounds, New Zealand
Melbourne, Australia
Milford Sound, New Zealand
Mooloolaba, Australia
Moreton Island,
Napier, New Zealand
Newcastle, Australia
Perth (Fremantle), Australia
Phillip Island, Australia
Picton, New Zealand
Port Arthur, Australia
Port Douglas, Australia
Port Hedland, Australia
Port Lincoln, Australia
Queenstown, New Zealand
Raiatea, French Polynesia
Rotorua, New Zealand
Russel, Bay Of Islands
Savu Savu, Fiji
St Kilda, Australia
Stewart Island,
Sydney White Bay, Australia
Sydney, Australia
Thursday Island, Australia
Townsville, Australia
Volcanic White Island, New Zealand
Waitangi, Bay Of Islands
Wellington, New Zealand
Whitsunday Islands, Australia
Wineglass Bay, Tasmania
Wollongong Port, Kembla
Yorkeys Knob, Australia

Australia & New Zealand Ports

Brisbane

This up-and-coming city offers a little bit of everything. Along the coast you'll find a wealth of fabulous beaches to soak up the sun, including the famous Gold Coast resort - 26 miles of beaches, watersports, restaurants and shops. Within the city itself the South Bank Parklands are a popular place to visit because of their glorious gardens and lawns, and there are a variety of activities including the Maritime Museum and the State Art Gallery, which exhibits many Aboriginal works. A visit to Australia Zoo will uncover an unusual collection of wild animals including tigers and wombats, and there are live crocodile shows every day. For something a little cuddlier, take a trip to the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, which looks after over 120 koalas in their natural surroundings.

Melbourne

This sprawling city is the second largest in Australia and has a very cosmopolitan feel to it. The diverse range of cultures means that there's a fantastic variety of cuisine to choose from that includes French, Chinese and Greek influences, and bistros, cafes and restaurants can be found at every turn. If you've got a head for heights, the Rialto Towers is over 800 feet tall and offers amazing panoramic views of the city from its observation deck. Considered by many as the best in the world, the Royal Botanic Gardens are home to some 12,000 species of trees and plants. The city is also well-known for its love of sport and fanatics can take a tour around Melbourne Cricket Ground or catch a glimpse of the Formula One Grand Prix track in Albert Park.

Perth (Fremantle)

The ever-expanding city of Perth is full of things to do so there's bound to be something to suit everyone. Perth Zoo is a great place to see exotic and endangered species like gibbons and tigers, and daily talks explain the important role the zoo plays in helping the conservation and survival of these animals. Along the Swan River you'll find the manicured gardens and many plant species of King's Park, which also has the best views over Perth from the top of Mount Eliza. Just outside of Perth is the Swan Valley, a well known heritage area with historic houses and buildings, and famous for its wineries where you can join in wine tasting sessions.

Sydney

Sydney is one of the most popular travel destinations in the world and it features some amazing attractions. The view of the Harbour Bridge and the Opera House as you arrive is an image that's sure to stay with you forever. Head to The Rocks to experience a taste of Sydney's colonial past with it's historic buildings and excellent visitor centre. There's no shortage of beaches if you want to just relax, and there are plenty of watersports available if you are feeling a little more adventurous. Darling Harbour is a shoppers paradise with over 100 shops at its Harbourside complex as well as great restaurants and bars. Here you'll also find some of Sydney's unique attractions including an indoor theme park, IMAX cinema and Sydney aquarium.

Adelaide

The laid-back city of Adelaide is renowned for its food and wine. Entire streets are dedicated to eating with no shortage of bistros, cafes and restaurants available. Gouger Street is one of the most popular places to eat with its variety of worldwide cuisine including Chinese, Malaysian, and European restaurants. Outside of the city you will find the many wineries of the Barossa Valley. The wine-making here dates back over 150 years and it's the most important region in Australia as its home to some very well known brands including Jacobs Creek. Daily tours will take you through the history of the region and of course give you the opportunity to sample and purchase the wine.

Auckland

Auckland is not only the largest city in New Zealand but its also the most multi-cultural. In recent years the area around the harbour has been transformed in to a fantastic shopping and dining area, with lots of al fresco restaurants looking out over the harbour. A great place to learn more about the city's unique culture and history are its dedicated war, maritime and art museums. The best views of the city can be seen from the top of the Sky Tower, the largest man-made building in New Zealand. It stands at over 1,000 feet tall and has a glass-floored observation deck and rotating restaurant, affording fantastic panoramic views.

Christchurch

From the small port town of Lyttelton you can visit the charming city of Christchurch. You may think you have stepped back in time as it has an old-world ambience and a distinctive British influence. The tramway is probably the best way to see all that the city has to offer as it will take you past many of the historic sights, including Cathedral Square, Christchurch Cathedral and Canterbury Museum, which exhibits some of the best history collections in the world. No visit to Christchurch would be complete without a visit to its famous Botanical Gardens. Set in over 70 acres of land by the Avon River, these gardens feature some of the finest collections of plants and trees from all over the world.

Wellington

As New Zealand's capital city, Wellington has something to suit every taste. Nestled between steep hills and the sea, the city is blessed with beautiful views of the surrounding landscape. Modern buildings and skyscrapers merge seamlessly with the city's well preserved old buildings, which include the Government Building and Old St Paul's Cathedral. Culture-vultures will want to check out the Te Papa Museum which is located on the waterfront. It takes a hands-on approach in teaching people about the country's past, present and future with interactive features that include an earthquake simulator and virtual reality deep sea ride.

Tauranga

Tauranga lies on a narrow strip of land within the Bay of Islands and is an area of natural beauty. Its temperate climate and great beaches make it a popular holiday resort and wind-surfing, water-skiing and snorkelling are common activities. The Strand is a bustling area with lots of shops and a great range of restaurants with local and worldwide cuisine available. Venture outside of the city and you will come across one of the country's major tourist attractions, Rotorua. The area is most famous for its geothermal activity with hot springs, geysers, mud pools and sulphur vents all showing its volcanic background. Roturua is also home to a large Maori population so it is the best place to learn all about their history and culture.

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