It’s the sheer variety of things to experience that makes Celebrity Australia cruises so special, with incredible cultures, beautiful scenery and exciting modern cities to explore all on one itinerary.
Sailing with Celebrity cruises, you could see the world-famous landmarks of Sydney Harbour, or maybe try snorkelling at the Great Barrier Reef, or experience the truly breath-taking mountains of the New Zealand wilderness. And this is just the tip of it all – there’s so much more that you’ll find it hard to believe it’s all contained in just one part of the world.
There are many different cruises to choose from with as many options as there are different sights to experience. Whether you want a simple cruise over seven nights that has more of a focused itinerary or you’d rather opt for a longer, more comprehensive tour, there are cruises here to suit. However, there are some constant factors, as almost every cruise departs either from Sydney or Auckland, irrespective of the intended destination.
Sydney is one of the major ports on any cruise, and you’ll be able to explore to your heart’s content with Celebrity Cruise excursions. Whether you want to stay in the city and visit the Opera House or climb the Harbour Bridge or you’d rather head out of the city centre to Bondi Beach, there are plenty of options available.
Or you may prefer some of the excursions in Brisbane, including the exciting Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary where you’ll get up close and personal to the animals, hugging koala bears and feeding kangaroos. The city itself is an impressive metropolis that retains a scenic element, with the Botanic Gardens an impressive attraction.
And while Adelaide shares a number of these traits, it’s also the gateway to the aboriginal cultures of the Outback, with guided tours taking you inland to explore some of the fascinating wildlife as well as the vineyards that dot the countryside.
Over in New Zealand, Auckland has a wonderful mix of things to see with the Sky Tower one of the more exciting – at the top of this tower you can walk on an unprotected walkway while tethered, or you can try a SkyJump. Another option is to take a ferry to the stunning Waiheke Island.
Wellington is another popular port, with a cable car taking you up to the Botanic Garden as well as a Maori fortress overlooking the bay. And these are just some of the ports you’ll visit – find out more about specific Celebrity Cruises in Australia by scanning through the available deals.
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