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Explorer Dream Announces New Exciting Itineraries For Australian Cruising Season.

 

Explorer Dream announces new exciting cruise itineraries for Australian cruising season

Starting on the 27th Of October 2019.

Explorer Dream will conduct a series of 21 seven-night cruises in Australia and New Zealand homeporting in Sydney and Auckland and visiting the Great Barrier Reef, Melbourne, Brisbane, Eden and Tasmania.

The new itineraries are below:

“Queensland and the Barrier Reef Cruises”, 6 one-week cruises starting 27 October 2019, calling at:

Mooloolaba/Sunshine Coast: Famous for its perfect climate, beautiful golden beaches and crystal clear water.

Brisbane: The capital of Queensland and north of the world-famous Gold Coas.
Newcastle: Gateway to the Hunter Valley wine region
Gladstone: A quaint little village for those who love heritage, history and funky finds.

“Tasmania Island and Melbourne Cruises”, 8 one-week cruises starting 9 February 2020, calling at:

Port Arthur: A World Heritage city with the first settlements in Australia,
Hobart: Capital of the State of Tasmania and one of the most charming cities in the world
Burnie: Gateway port to North Tasmania, famous for its lavender fields and wine country.

Melbourne: Capital of the State of Victoria and consistently voted as one of the world’s most livable cities.
Phillip Island: Famed for its penguin population, the island is also popular for surfers and motoring enthusiasts.
Eden: On the sparkling Sapphire Coast, Eden is one of the best whale-watching spots in Australia.

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“North and South New Zealand Cruises”, 7 one-week cruises starting 15 December 2019, calling at:

Wellington: Capital of New Zealand and famous as the background of the “Lord of the Ring” and “Hobbit Trilogy” films
Milford Sound/ Doubtful Sound: Fiordland is one of the southern hemisphere’s great wilderness regions and has achieved World Heritage Status for its stunning natural features.
Dunedin: Designated as a UNESCO City of Literature and the center of learning in New Zealand with the largest university in the country
Napier: Beautifully preserved 1930s architecture is Napier's special point of difference
Bay of Islands: A group of 144 islands, famous for its stunning beauty and history, featuring an abundance of wildlife including penguins, dolphins, marlins, whales, gannets and more.
Akaroa: Famous as the only French settlement in New Zealand.
Picton: The heart of the Marlborough Sounds, this picturesque port town is home to great cafés, restaurants and galleries
Gisborne: the unofficial ‘Chardonnay Capital of New Zealand’

Information supplied by: Dream Cruises And www.australiancruisingnews.com.au The HOME Of Australian Cruising!

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