Dec 10, 2020
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Feel the pulse of Australia in Melbourne; wander cobbled laneways to discover local art, artisan coffee, and local distilleries. The Barossa Valley outside Adelaide beckons you to taste your way through Australia’s wine country while Kangaroo Island’s Remarkable Rocks and Admiral Arch offer opportunities to see wildlife roam free against an incredible backdrop. While at sea watch for blue whales as gannet dive deep in pursuit of underwater prey. Visit Port Arthur’s museum—once a 19th
century penal settlement, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Arrive in the picturesque harbor of Hobart tucked beneath Mount Wellington and prepare your senses for the lively Salamanca Market and old growth forests at the edge of the Tasmanian Wilderness. Pink granite peaks and Wineglass Bay are the pride of Freycinet National Park; swim, snorkel, and see black swans. From Launceston, venture to Cataract Gorge for panoramic views and return to Tamar River to sip sparkling wine. Phillip Island’s sunset penguin parade is truly a sight to see, as are the Australian fur seals and koalas. The wildlife journey continues in Eden, known for its Killer Whales. The swan song in Sydney brings a bustling harbor, and of course, the iconic Opera House.
Have your camera ready for small ports like Kangaroo Island, Portland, Launceton, and Phillip Island, with numerous opportunities to see wildlife like wombats, koalas, penguins, and kangaroos
Go wine tasting in Adelaide in the Barossa Valley
Find the must-see formations of Remarkable Rocks and Admiral Arch on Kangaroo Island
Be out on the beach at sunset to see the daily march of the little penguins as they come ashore on Philip Island
Overnight in Hobart with time to see Tasmanian wildlife and try Tasmanian wine
Enjoy the fresh variety seafood and oysters coming into Eden’s port each day
*Rates shown are per person, based on double occupancy, reflect all discounts and include non-discountable amounts. Taxes, Fees & Port Expenses are additional.