Regatta, Coral Sea Collage ex Sydney Return 35 Night Cruise sailing from Sydney roundtrip aboard Regatta.
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35 Night Cruise sailing from Sydney roundtrip aboard Regatta.
Sail away onboard Regatta, an intimate and luxurious ship that caters to just 684 discerning guests. Savor the finest cuisine at sea, be pampered by 5-star personal service, enjoy world-class entertainment and relax in the country-club casual ambiance.
Consider too, that with just 684 guests, there is far more opportunity to mix and mingle, to develop a camaraderie with fellow shipmates. Take in an enthralling lecture given by a world-renowned expert or delve into the latest best seller in the English-inspired library. Succumb to the pleasures of an aromatherapy massage or work out in the state-of-the-art fitness centre. Your lifestyle onboard can be active and engaged or as private and laid back as you wish.
Highlights of this cruise:
Visit the famous Opera House, stroll along the harbor or cruise around it. Climb the Harbor Bridge, take a walk through the Rocks where Sydney began, or enjoy celebrated
Bondi Beach. Head into the beautiful Blue Mountains for a taste of the country; visit a wildlife park and enjoy Australia’s fabulously unique creatures.
This is the place to see the magnificent rainforest from the Kuranda Railway and visit local wildlife like koalas and emus in a rainforest habitat. Or learn about Aboriginal tradition at the culture park. Explore the town, its charming homes and the lovely botanical garden.
Amidst a land of thriving tribal cultures and pristine mountainous rainforest, Alotau is located in the extreme eastern end of Papua New Guinea where human habitation began over 45,000 years ago. Perched on the edge of Milne Bay, this picturesque hillside town makes the perfect base for exploring the outlying capes, coves and islands. The nearby village of East Cape offers excellent snorkeling, while Fergusson Island brims with fascinating geothermal features such as hot springs, bubbling mud pools, spouting geysers and volcanoes. The quaint settlement of Wagawaga offers beautiful waterfalls and gorgeous scenery from its cove location at the foot of sheer mountains that rise from the southern peninsula.
Experience this exquisite island and its gentle people as you explore the lush countryside of terraced rice fields and mountains dotted with temples. Visit a royal palace, watch an entrancing dance performance, or see carvers at work. Enjoy villages filled with beautiful arts and crafts and the daily festivals with villagers parading in their finery to local temples.
This scenic coastal town on the eastern edge of Western Australia is just a stone’s throw from Ningaloo, the largest fringing reef in Australia. Snorkel among 250 species of coral and 500 species of colorful fish in Ningaloo Marine Park or soak up the sunshine and turquoise waters from the white sand beaches. Just west of Exmouth, Cape Range National Park features a spectacular backdrop of rugged gorges and limestone canyons carved by ancient rivers. It also offers many hiking trails and ample opportunities to spot emus, wallabies and red kangaroos.
A stunning setting along Swan River and the Indian Ocean welcomes you into the laid-back city of Perth. At Kings Park, one of the few urban parks that dwarf Central Park, take in breathtaking views of downtown Perth and plan your day. Explore the city’s range of eclectic neighborhoods, immerse yourself in indigenous art at the Art Gallery of Western Australia, or discover Australia’s native wildlife at the Perth Zoo. Travel to nearby Swan Valley, Western Australia’s oldest wine region, to visit one of the many historic vineyards for a tasting of excellent local wines. Meanwhile, discover Fremantle’s distinct character through its 19th century port streetscape. Dive into its seafaring history at the Western Australia Maritime Museum and Shipwreck Galleries, visit Fremantle Prison or explore the Manjaree Heritage Trail for a glimpse of life before European settlement.
Nestled within sheltered Boston Bay, the largest natural harbor in Australia, Port Lincoln is the gateway to over 148,000 acres of natural parks. Explore a variety of spellbinding coastal landscapes, from rugged shorelines and vast expanses of scrub to gorgeous beaches favored by surfers. At the Mikkira Station wildlife reserve, relish a chance to interact with curious koalas, and at the Axel Stenross Maritime Museum, view lovingly restored historic windjammers and sailing artifacts. Cross the Eyre Peninsula for a taste of premium oysters in Coffin Bay, all the while hearing captivating tales of the Aboriginal tribes that for millennia called this exceptional area home.
Head into the scenic Dandenong Mountains and ride the Puffing Billy steam train through the forest. Meet the koalas, wallabies and more at a wildlife park or explore local wineries. Take a walk and discover the city's marvelous architecture, chic galleries and boutiques.
Nestled in the northwest corner of Tasmania, this energetic and creative seaside town offers a unique perspective on the world of industry. Once dependent on paper manufacturing, the inventive community has transformed its industry into a compelling art culture. Visit Makers’ Workshop, part museum and part arts center, for an introduction to the inspired spirit of Burnie, along with a tour of the process of papermaking and a glimpse of local artisans at work on their handicrafts. Discover Burnie’s natural gems on the many trails at Fern Glade Reserve or the picturesque Emu Valley Rhododendron Garden.