The cliffs and waterfalls [of Milford Sound] were remarkable and will always remain one of the most beautiful sights we have seen.
- Susan D.
While in Australia I had the opportunity to actually hold a koala bear and spent the day taking pictures of adult and baby koalas as well. Too cute!!
- Cindy S.
You're all invited to the home of kangaroos, koalas and kiwis. They would invite you themselves but you probably wouldn't understand them. Take one of our 12 or 14-night cruises to Australia, New Zealand and the islands. Ports of call include enchanting destinations like Sydney, Melbourne, Wellington, Christchurch, Tasmania and more. If you've ever dreamed of an exotic cruise to the South Pacific, your dreams have just come true. View Region MapFind cruises sailing to this destination
One of the largest cities in the world, Sydney is built around one of the world's most beautiful harbours. With its dramatic white-sailed design, the Sydney Opera House is among the most easily recognised buildings on earth (whether you like opera or not it will still blow you away) And don't miss the famed Harbour Bridge! The city centre offers a nexus of world-class restaurants, shopping, entertainment and museums. Why? Why not. A must when it's warm: sun and surf at one of the spectacular beaches.LEARN MORE
Founded in 1802 at the foot of Mount Wellington, Hobart retains the flavour of a small town from a more leisurely era. Classic Georgian and Victorian mansions, small cottages and unique shops and galleries abound (more than a few built by convicts imported from England. Cross the oldest road bridge in Australia – Richmond Bridge – and enjoy some food and a pint at a local pub. Drinks are on us! Actually that's not true, we just couldn't help ourselves.LEARN MORE
If the words chic and vibrant don't describe you, why not visit a place that will make you feel that way? Once thought of as a stuffy backwater town, Wellington has become the native's destination of choice for a fun-filled weekend getaway. Little wonder, as theatres, boutiques, restaurants and pubs are all found in one concentrated area. It's been said that the per-capita number of Wellington restaurants actually rivals New York City!LEARN MORE