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Special deal

Special is valid from 1 Aug 19 to 31 Aug 19.


- 7 night cruise from Auckland to Adelaide onboard Queen Elizabeth
- Main meals & entertainment onboard
- Port charges & government fees
- 3 nights post-cruise accommodation in Adelaide
- Barossa Food & Wine Experience
- One-way airfare from Adelaide to Auckland
  • Itinerary

    Cruise Itinerary

    Post-Cruise Itinerary

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      • Activity
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      • End
      • Day:Day 8
      • Date:28 Jan 20
      • Activity:Disembark ship & make own way to hotel, overnight in Adelaide
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      • End:
      • Day:Day 9
      • Date:29 Jan 20
      • Activity:Overnight in Adelaide
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      • End:
      • Day:Day 10
      • Date:30 Jan 20
      • Activity:Overnight in Adelaide
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      • End:
      • Day:Day 11
      • Date:31 Jan 20
      • Activity:Make own way to airport & fly Adelaide to Auckland
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      • End:
    ** Itinerary may vary by sailing date
  • Your cruise in detail

    7 Night Cruise sailing from Auckland to Adelaide aboard Queen Elizabeth.

    QUEEN ELIZABETH is our newest luxury ocean liner, named in October 2010 by Her Majesty the Queen. Recalling the rich heritage of the first Cunarder to bear the name, her elegance echoes that legendary age and enhances her modern allure.

    The harmony of classic and contemporary strikes an elegant chord throughout this magnificent ship. Images and features from her predecessors, Queen Elizabeth and QE2, sit comfortably alongside her modern charm.

    Within Queen Elizabeth’s sleek lines, the lavishness of eras past meets the thrilling future of ocean travel. Welcome, then, to the next elegant chapter in Cunard history.

    Highlights of this cruise:

    Auckland
    Auckland is located on the north island of New Zealand, situated between two magnificent harbours, the Waitemata and the Manukau. It is the largest city in NZ and is often referred to as the ‘City of Sails’ due to the large number of yachts which travel in its waters.

    Auckland city has a great range of shops including designer boutiques, markets and stalls. It is also home to many fine galleries and museums including the Auckland Museum and the Auckland City Art Gallery. Restaurants in the waterfront suburbs such as Mission Bay or St Heliers and the inner city specialise in local seafood delicacies. There are also a number of attractive public gardens and reserves surrounding the city.

    The large Polynesian population in Auckalnd include Maori, Samoan, Cook Island and Tongan people whom all contribute to the city's vibrant culture. Local markets and churches in particular provide an insight to the local cultures.

    Melbourne
    Melbourne, in Australia's state of Victoria (VIC), is home to an interesting mixture of historic Victorian architecture and breathtaking modern buildings. With a vibrant, street café culture and excellent shopping, Melbourne is also widely considered to be the dining capital of Australia, with an enormous selection of cuisine. It is a lively, exciting city with a friendly multicultural population.

    Melbourne has an abundance of parks, wide roads, and boulevards and is also the cultural and sporting capital of Australia, with world class sporting facilities and an abundance of museums, galleries and theatres.

    Lying directly on the shores of Port Phillip Bay, Melbourne offers easy access to the many different areas including the the Victorian Alps in the east, the Grampians and Great Ocean Road in the west and the fertile river valleys of the Murray in the north, to name just a few.

    Adelaide
    Adelaide is the capital and most populous city of the Australian state of South Australia, and is the fifth largest city in Australia, with a population of over 1.1 million.

    Adelaide was laid out in a square mile grid of wide streets with gracious colonial architecture. It is compact city making it easy walking and surrounded it with 930 hectares of parklands. The pleasant climate is perfect for leisure hours on its beaches, the Torrens River and at sidewalk cafes. It has an active cultural lifestyle with many galleries, museums, churches, sidewalk cafes, cosy pubs and elegant restaurants.

    The central markets feature 48 cultures in a unique atmosphere that has survived 125 years. The main shopping precinct is Rundle Mall with department stores, boutiques, speciality shops and malls. Suburban shopping precincts such as King William Road and North Terrace are also popular and fashionable. The 1920s Adelaide railway station is an attractive casino and a historic tram takes visitors out to Glenelg beach with its own lively shops, restaurants and grand hotel. Further afield are the wine regions of the Barossa and Clare Valleys which are great for day trips.

  • Travel dates

      • Departing
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      • Price From
      • Departing:21 Jan 20
      • From:Auckland, New Zealand
      • Price from: $2,599
  • Pricing

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*Terms and Conditions

Valid for sales until 31 Aug 2019 unless sold out prior (or otherwise stated. Prices are per person, share twin, based on lead-in stateroom categories and subject to availability. A non-refundable cruise deposit of 20% and full airfare payment is due within 3 days of reservation. The balance of the cruise is due 90 days prior to sailing. Auckland to Adelaide Cruise: ^Maggie Beer’s Farm Ship may not be available during peak periods. Airfare is based on one-way Economy Class airfare flying Qantas from Adelaide to Auckland via Sydney, book QF ‘S’ class ADL-SYD-AKL. Other booking classes maybe available at additional surcharge. If airfare routing differs, surcharge will apply. Further conditions apply.

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