Australia & New Zealand with Norwegian Cruise Lines
- Cruise departs: 14 February 2020
- Receive 5 free offers*
- Save up to 20% off*
With wildlife parks and viewing areas, get up close to Tasmanian devils, wombats and platypus in Burnie. And lovers of cheese and wine are in luck, too. Burnie's climate and salt air creates lush pastures and vineyards. Coffee fans can get their fix in Melbourne, a mecca for java and shopping. Meander the laneways, starting at Flinders Street, for opal jewellery and kangaroo leather. With an overnight, explore the Dandenong Ranges on Puffing Billy, the country's oldest steam railway. Penguins surf the beaches of Dunedin, a New Zealand town big on Scottish heritage.
Jewel has been revamped with everything from the carpets to the chandeliers and created brand new places and spaces. Unwind in luxury and enjoy the breathtaking views from your spacious balcony in the new, exquisitely finished Haven Deluxe Owner’s Suites. The brand-new Pit Stop, a 1950’s American diner, takes you back to the era when classic cars sported chrome finishes. And dance the night away at Bliss Ultra Lounge, the newest hot spot on the club scene. Come aboard the newly polished Norwegian Jewel and see what makes her shine.
Sydney's harbour is the hub from which there's much to see and do. You'll want to explore this area, home of the iconic Opera House. Admire the skyline, swim at a harbour beach or cross the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Want to see surfing? Grab your sunblock and towel and spend the day on world-famous Bondi Beach, or take a scenic walk on the coast from Bondi to Coogee Beach.Day 3 | At sea Day 4 | Burnie (Tasmania)
A community of artisans on the northwest coast of Tasmania, Burnie has long a history as a community that makes things, with locally crafted European-style cheeses, fine papers, ceramics and single-malt whisky. Surrounded by accessible wilderness areas, in Burnie you can still get a glimpse of little penguins and the platypus, a duck-billed mammal, in the wild.Day 5 - 6 | Melbourne
Once the richest city in the world thanks to a gold rush, Melbourne is Australia's cultural capital with striking architecture, chic galleries and boutiques. Wave at a wallaby or get close to a koala at a wildlife park. Feel closer to the land on a ride on the Puffing Billy steam locomotive through the mountains and countryside. Back in the city, explore a different culture and visit Chinatown - the oldest one in the West.Day 7 - 8 | At sea Day 9 | Cruise Doubtful Sound, Dusky Sound & Milford Sound
Although technically not a sound (it's a fjord), Doubtful Sound is the second longest in New Zealand-and the country's second most famous tourist attraction. It does, however, capture the top spot for being the deepest, at over 1,300 feet. Doubtful Sound sits at the far southwest corner of the country and winds its way for 24 miles, past small islets and lush mountains covered in dense, native rainforest.Day 10 | Dunedin
This dramatic South Island coastal town offers a mix of unique natural beauty and fascinating history. Rare, yellow-eyed penguins, fur seals and the Royal Albatross all call Dunedin home. Equally impressive is the Victorian and Edwardian architecture that dates from its days as a gold rush town. New Zealand's only castle sits high above the city and offers sweeping views from its famous gardens.Day 11 | Akaroa
iny penguins rule the roost in this historic settlement nestled in the heart of an ancient volcano. With a balmy, year-round climate, these famous foot-tall residents are certainly not snowbirds. The spectacular surroundings offer a wealth of outdoor activities, both in the sheltered harbour and on dry land. Cafes open onto streets and exquisite local boutiques and galleries offer superb local works. Be sure to sample the fine fudge and traditional cheeses.Day 12 | Welington
Travel to a Victorian past as you stroll by the city's Victorian Gothic buildings. Take the cable car up the mountain for a fantastic view, or grab some sunscreen and head to the beach. Great views abound in Wellington: Journey around the spectacular harbour and enjoy its amazing views. See some of the sites where the Lord of the Rings trilogy was filmed.
Day 13 - 14 | At seaDay 15 | Sydney
Departs: 14 February 2020
|Per person, twin share||from $2,189*||from $2,965*||from $4,153*||from $4,382|
|Solo||from $3,926*||from $4,476*||from $7,857*||from $8,314*|
All prices are per person, strictly subject to availability
Save up to 20% off - On sale until 20 September 2019
Free at Sea Offer - Take all 5!
Receive up to 5 offers when booking a Balcony & Mini Suite
-Specialty Dining Package
-Shore Excursion Credit
-3rd & 4th Guest cruise at a reduced rate
- Prices correct as of 10 September 2019 and are based on per person
- All prices and promotions are strictly subject to availability and can change at any time without given notice
- Offers are valid on new bookings only
- Gratuities are not included, these can be pre-paid or paid on board
- Offers are not applicable on categories IX, OX, BX, MX
- 20% off offer is valid until 20 September 2019 only
- Take 5 Offer is valid until 20 September 2019 only
- Take 5 offer is valid to guests 1-2 on the reservation
- Beverage Package includes a variety of spirits and cocktails, wines by the glass and bottled or draft beer up to $15 USD retail price. Includes fountain soda, juice, and non-alcoholic beer
- Eligible guests are entitled to two beverages per person per transaction
- Offer is not applicable at Harvest Caye bars, restaurants, or venues
- Does not include: Wine and Spirit Experiences, tastings or Flights, Starbucks, Ice Bars, room service, package sales, bottled water, ship specific promotions or beer buckets, designated super premium brands (subject to change), bottled wine, mini bar purchases, fresh squeezed juices, Lavazza coffee beverages, wine dispenser, energy drinks or vending machines.
- Internet package is per stateroom, one log in per stateroom
- Shore excursion credit is $50USD per port/per stateroom
- For further information, please speak to your RAC Travel consultant
- Norwegian Cruise Lines terms and conditions apply
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