A luxurious voyage tracing Australia’s wild southern coastline from Sydney to Perth next summer – with a bonus mini-stay before or after the cruise – is available for A$1125 less per person for bookings made for the two-week journey before June 30, 2023, through Australia’s leading small ship cruise specialist, Cruise Traveller.
The package features a 14-night voyage from Sydney to Perth, sailing February 6, 2024, aboard the elegant and spacious 710-guest boutique ship, Azamara Journey, which boasts a pool, two jacuzzis, six restaurants and cafes, an elegant drawing room, martini bar, cabaret lounge, spectacular observation lounge, spa sanctuary and gym.
Seven destinations are featured on the itinerary including Melbourne, the historic seaside city of Portland which boasts more than 200 19th century buildings, wildlife-rich Kangaroo Island, leafy Adelaide, the spectacular beaches and coastal scenery of Esperance and Albany and the renowned Margaret River wine region.
On days at sea, guests can indulge in a treatment in the Sanctum Spa where pampering treatments are inspired by rituals from exotic cultures, dine alfresco or take in the ocean vistas from the wake-view Sunset Bar, enjoy a thrilling show in the Cabaret Lounge, savour ‘al dente’ Italian cuisine in one of the specialty restaurants, Aqualina, and lounge the day away on the sunny pool deck.
Guests can choose from one of two complimentary bonuses – a two-night stay with breakfasts in Sydney before the cruise with a tour of the Opera House and a Sydney Harbour dinner cruise, or a three-night hotel stay in Perth after the cruise including breakfasts and a half day trip to beautiful Rottnest Island.
Including the pre or post stays, selected onboard beverages and gratuities, the luxury package is available from A$5475 per person, twin-share, in an Oceanview Stateroom – a saving of A1125 each. Book by June 30, 2023.
Cruise Traveller is Australia’s premier, small ship cruise specialist, representing 57 boutique, luxury and expedition cruising operators around the world.