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3 NTS ON THE INDIAN PACIFIC TRAIN
Suite from £8,999pp (was £12,799)

Australia & New Zealand

  • 20 Feb 2020
  • 25 nights
  • Ship: Seven Seas Navigator
  • Fly Cruise
  • Flights Included

Itinerary: Sydney, Australia, Melbourne, Burnie, Dunedin, Akaroa, Wellington, Napier, Rotorua (Tauranga), New Zealand, Bay of Islands, New Zealand, Auckland, New Zealand

Includes: Free private uk chauffeur service*, free $500 on board spend*, luxury hotel stays in perth, sydney & auckland*, up to 38 free shore excursions*

FREE FLIGHTS, WIFI, ON BOARD SPEND & MORE
Suite from £72,999pp

The Maiden 2020 Ultra-Luxury World Cruise to Antarctica

  • 05 Jan 2020
  • 141 nights
  • Ship: Silver Whisper
  • Fly Cruise
  • Flights Included

Itinerary: Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA, San Juan, Puerto Rico, Bridgetown, Barbados, Devil's Island, French Guiana, Fortaleza, Brazil, Natal, Salvador De Bahia, Brazil, Rio de Janeiro, Braz…

Includes: Free business class flights included*, free private uk chauffeur service*, complimentary $4,000 on board spend*, pre-cruise hotel stay & gala dinner*

Outside from £4,809pp

New Zealand and Tasmania

  • 05 Jan 2020
  • 21 nights
  • Ship: Queen Elizabeth
  • Fly Cruise
  • Flights Included

Itinerary: Melbourne, Australia, Adelaide, Australia, Kangaroo Island, Australia, Hobart, Tasmania, Melbourne, Australia, Dunedin, New Zealand, Akaroa,New Zealand, Wellington, New Zealand, Na…

Includes: Breakfast, lunch and dinner available in the main restaurants plus snacks available 24 hours a day in the buffet restaurants , comedy and drama shows including shakespeare classics…


Divider Crest Logo

An explosion of culture and history


Koala, Melbourne

Koala, Melbourne

View from Eureka Skydeck 88

View from Eureka Skydeck 88

Old Melboune Gaol

Old Melboune Gaol

ROL Cruise recommends…


1. Hit the highlights in the city’s heart

Make the most of Melbourne’s extensive public transport network and get those iconic landmarks under your belt. Dart into the city centre and take in the sights at Federation Square, which represents the meeting point of stunning old and new architecture in the midst of Melbourne’s central business district. Look out for Flinder’s Street station building (listed on the Victorian Heritage register), St Paul’s Cathedral and the ultra-modern, glass-covered Deakin Edge theatre.


2. Experience the best of Australian art – inside and out!

For a comprehensive review of Australia’s art history, make your way to the National Gallery of Victoria. Boasting a collection of over 73,000 works of art, the gallery’s exhibits trace the Australian artistic journey from Indigenous (Australian Aboriginal) artefacts to modern and contemporary pieces. But, if these pieces still aren’t fresh enough for you, take to Melbourne’s network of lanes and seek out the vibrant street art that has earned the city global notoriety as Australia’s cultural capital - watch out for wet paint!


3. Have a heritage shopping experience

The Block Arcade forms part of Melbourne’s Golden Mile heritage walk and offers visitors a premium Victorian shopping experience in the heart of Melbourne’s central business district. Alongside its shops and boutiques, the arcade is packed with original architectural features and ornate finishings. However, if you would rather get some fresh air, try the nineteenth century Queen Victoria Market instead. At the largest open-air market in the hemisphere, you can have all the pleasure of browsing the wide range of goods on offer without that claustrophobic feeling during busy periods. Head over early to make the most of this great opportunity.


4. Appreciate peace and quiet

If you need a break from the bustling streets of central Melbourne, take a contemplative stroll around the beautiful Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne, situated on the south bank of the Yarra River. Comprising of 38 hectares (94 acres) of landscaped gardens, the site is home to over 10,000 species of both native and exotic vegetation. If you have time, wander over to the nearby Shrine of Remembrance. The shrine is the state’s largest and most visited war memorial and was built to commemorate those who served and died in World War I and also to honour the men, women and children who remained at home.


5. Propel yourself to panoramic paradise

For the best views in Melbourne, head to Southbank’s Eureka Skydeck 88 and take the high-speed lift up to the highest public vantage point in the Southern Hemisphere. Feeling brave? Don’t miss the ‘Edge’ observation deck – a glass cube (including glass floor!) that slides out from the building, offering unmatched 360 degree views of the city and beyond.