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Set sail on one of our cruises to Australasia and you’ll find yourself in a whole new world of beautiful natural spectacles, fascinating ancient cultures and friendly cities. Many cruises take in the contrasts of Sydney and Cairns: visit one of the world’s most cosmopolitan capital cities and the lush rainforest or the Great Barrier Reef. It’s larger than the Great Wall of China and the only living thing visible from space, so make sure you take the chance to visit one of the seven wonders of the natural world.

Australian Culture

While its natural sights are an inevitable draw, Australia is packed with culture. Visit caves daubed with centuries-old tribal paintings and discover the fascinating traditions of the Aboriginal people. In contrast, its cities are replete with galleries, restaurants and iconic sights. In Sydney you can walk across the Harbour Bridge, stand before the serrated peaks of the Opera House and dine under the bright lights of Darling Harbour. In Brisbane you’ll find contemporary arts in its many galleries on the banks of the river, while in Adelaide ancient markets and acclaimed museums will welcome you. Visit Perth and you can enjoy the sights of the most remote cities on Earth, sampling delicious wines from the vineyards of Margaret River.

New Zealand Beauty

Cruises to Australasia also travel to the twin islands of New Zealand, North and South, speckled with volcanoes and glaciers. The island is famous for its stunning landscapes, so much so that it became the setting for the Lord of the Rings film franchise. On a tour around New Zealand you could spot sulphurous volcanic lakes in all shades of dazzling blue and ominous yellow, towering volcanoes, glittering lakes, ghostly glaciers glinting in the sun and beautiful windswept beaches.

Many cruises will dock at the capital, Wellington, a compact city with an attractive waterfront promenade, sandy beaches and colourful houses. Auckland is another popular stop, arching around two large harbours that bob with superyachts and attract visitors to its bars and cafés. One of the most loved cruise ports in New Zealand has to be Bay of Islands. The area of outstanding natural beauty encompasses more than 140 subtropical islands, with unspoilt beaches, Maori culture to explore and big game fishing. From the port you can even visit 99 Mile Beach – it’s actually just 55 miles long, but is pretty impressive for its considerable length.

On one of our cruises to Australasia you can enjoy the facilities on board the world’s most magnificent cruise ships, with immersive tours of spectacular natural wonders, historic sights of intrigue and stunning beaches, getting up close and personal with an array of unusual wildlife.

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