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Australia and New Zealand Cruises

Australia And New Zealand Cruises


If you're thinking of discovering the other side of the world, then there is no better way to do so than on a Fred.\ cruise to Australia or New Zealand.

Sydney is the perfect destination to extend your holiday on land with a fly cruise from Fred.\. Sydney offers a myriad of sights, such as the world-famous Opera House, incredible Sydney Harbour, and the golden sands of Bondi Beach to name just a few. You'll need a couple days extra to explore them all. For envious photos, don't miss the superb views from the nearby Blue Mountains or the Harbour Bridge. And if you really want to experience the land Down Under, duck into a local pub for some meat pies, Australia beer and good conversation with the friendly locals.

The New Zealand fjords are a definite highlight of a cruise in this part of the world, but they are not the only ones worth visiting. We also have Norwegian fjord cruises on offer that can take you through the beautiful scenery in Scandinavia.

Top Australasia Cruise Deals from Fred.\


Australasia Cruise

15 Nov 2017 for 13 nights on board Golden Princess

Price From £1128 pp

Ports of call: Sydney - Fjordland National Park - Dunedin - Akaroa - Picton - Napier - Tauranga - Auckland - Bay Of Islands - Sydney

Australasia Cruise

18 Nov 2017 for 15 nights on board Sea Princess

Price From £1339 pp

Ports of call: Fremantle - Broome - Kimberley Coast - Darwin - Port Douglas - Cairns - Alotau - Brisbane

Australasia Cruise

19 Nov 2017 for 22 nights on board Diamond Princess

Price From £1539 pp

Ports of call: Yokohama - Shimizu - Hong Kong - Nha Trang - Phu My - Singapore - Benoa - Darwin - Sydney

Melbourne is Australias financial and commercial centre. Wander along the golden mile and enjoy the restaurants and bars. Brisbane has a lively cultural scene and fantastic parklands, as well as being gateway to the fabulous beaches of the Gold Coast. In Sydney a visit the famous harbour and Opera House is not to be missed, neither is a trips to the golden sands of Bondi Beach. Nearby you can get spectacular views from the Blue Mountains or pop into a local pub for a traditional meat pie and an Australian beer.

Adventure into the outback and see the famous ‘jumping crocodiles’ in Darwin. Experience the slow pace of Fremantle, Perth with its wineries at Swan Valley.

Enjoy the tropical temperatures and busy waterfront of Cairns with its wide tree lined Esplanade. Explore the wildlife and culinary delights of Kangaroo Island and see Australia’s largest sea lion colony at play. Airlie Beach sits next to the Great Barrier reef and is a bustling, vibrant town of shopping outlets and restaurants.

New Zealand provides a spectacular backdrop of mountainous peaks, open grasslands, roaring rivers and extinct volcanoes, as well as Maori culture. Experience the pure serenity of the “Sound of Silence” as you cruise through Doubtful Sound and explore the snow capped mountains, rushing waterfalls and famed wilderness at Milford Sound and Dusky Sound. Wellington is home to many museums, gardens and shops. Placed on the slopes of Mount Victoria you can explore this busy city on foot or take advantage of the cable car to enjoy the scenery.

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