- 7-night Tasmania cruise onboard Queen Elizabeth, from Sydney to Sydney, including select meals
- 2 nights’ accommodation in Sydney, including breakfast daily
- Sydney Opera House Guided Tour
- Sydney Harbour Lunch Cruise
- Transfer from hotel to Sydney Central Station
- 3 nights aboard the Indian Pacific, Sydney to Perth including all meals, beverages and Off Train Experiences in Broken Hill, Adelaide, Cook and Rawlinna
- 12 breakfasts, 9 lunches, 10 dinners
- Stop in the port of Burnie, and an overnight Port call in Hobart and for optional shore excursions
- Choose from a selection of onboard restaurants, from relaxed to grand. Enjoy the sea air on the games deck, playing a traditional deck tennis or bowls
- Take a class, relax in the spa, enjoy live entertainment, and more
- Choose from a range of entertainment options, including music, dance and comedy in the Royal Court Theatre
- Take a guided tour of Sydney Opera House
- Cruise Sydney Harbour on a 78ft luxury vessel and enjoy a premium lunch
- Sail past Sydney Opera House and the iconic Sydney cityscape, Taronga Zoo, Luna Park and more
- Engage with Broken Hill’s booming arts scene and mining heritage
- Ponder the vastness of the Australian continent as you cross the Nullarbor Plain
|CABIN||FARE TYPE||Inside Cabin^||Oceanview Cabin^||Balcony Forward Cabin^||Balcony Aft Cabin^||Balcony Mid-ship Cabin||Princess Suite Cabin^|
|Gold Twin||Advance Saver Holiday*||$7,115||$7,560||$7,940||$8,065||$8,190||$10,090|
|Gold Twin||Everyday Holiday||$7,380||$7,825||$8,205||$8,330||$8,455||$10,355|
|Gold Single||Advance Saver Holiday*||$9,610||$10,390||$11,055||$11,275||$11,495||$16,310|
|Gold Single||Everyday Holiday||$9,835||$10,615||$11,280||$11,500||$11,720||$16,535|
^Set departure date 15th January 2024.
^Inside Cabin = category IE Forward, Aft: High decks 4, 5, 6, 8, category ID Aft: High decks 5, 6, 7. Oceanview Cabin = category EC Mid-ship, Aft: Low deck 1, category EB Mid-ship: Low deck 1. Balcony Forward Cabin = category BE Forward, Aft: High decks 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. Balcony Aft Cabin = category BD Aft: High decks 5, 6, 7. Balcony Mid-ship Cabin = category BB Mid-ship: High decks 5, 6, 7, 8. Princess Suite Cabin = category P1 Mid-ship: High decks 5, 6, 7, 8.
Inside Cabin can be booked online using the Book Now button. All other cabin types can be booked by calling our Travel Experience Consultants on 13 21 47.
An evocative vision, Queen Elizabeth evokes the heyday of Hollywood. This stunning ship exudes, with a refined ambience. Her Art Deco features and gleaming chandeliers blend with contemporary features to ensure a remarkable holiday. Whether you relax in the spa, take a lap of the pool, indulge in fine dining, or enjoy a range of live entertainment, your time on board will be unforgettable. (D)
OVERNIGHT: 7 nights Queen Elizabeth
Familiarise yourself with the ship today. You’ll find a tempting array of restaurants, bars and lounges on board, including the relaxed Golden Lion pub, grand dining in the Britannia restaurant, and the more intimate appeal of The Verandah restaurant (charges apply) – and there’s always 24-hour room service. (B,L,D)
Sitting on a beautiful stretch of Tasmania’s North West Coast, the port city of Burnie may have industrial roots, but it has since reinvented itself as a creative enclave and the state’s fourth-largest city. With about 40 percent of Tasmania designated as a World Heritage Area of national parks and reserves, you can enjoy the wide range of wilderness experiences available from this laid-back market town. (B,L,D)
Continue your exploration of the ship and enjoy the facilities available to you. Devote an indulgent hour to the signature afternoon tea, soak up the sun in the conservatory, read a good book in the library, or take part in a lively presentation. The choice is yours with a range of facilities aboard Queen Elizabeth. (B,L,D)
Hobart has a distinctly European look and feel, and a unique local character. The Capital of Australia’s Island State, with Mt. Wellington as its backdrop, it has plenty to offer the adventurous and the inquisitive.
There are numerous cafés and boutiques to explore, but to learn more about the area’s history and culture, take a walking tour of Battery Point. Led by a local guide, these tours allow visitors to take in the picturesque surroundings of the historic precinct, while learning about its inhabitants and heritage.
The Museum of Old and New Art, MONA, is located on the grounds of the Moorilla Winery on the outskirts of Hobart. This fascinating, and sometimes risqué, gallery is home to over 400 works of art from founder David Walsh’s private collection. As a highly acclaimed attraction, MONA has been likened to Bilbao’s Guggenheim Museum.
The Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens offer visitors 14 hectares of landscaped natural beauty, made up of flora from all over the world. This makes for a tranquil escape from the city – it’s the ideal locale for a romantic stroll or some quiet reflection.
The evening is free for you to enjoy Queen Elizabeth’s on-board facilities while moored in Hobart, watching the sun sink into the Derwent River behind the Tasman Bridge. (B,L,D)
This morning, head to Salamanca Place, where you’ll find the bustling Salamanca Market, which comes to life each Saturday. Beginning life as just 12 stalls in 1972, the popular street market now has over 300 vendors, and over 25,000 visitors each week. It is the ideal place to pick up some locally made handicrafts or produce such as gin and honey before reboarding, ready to depart Hobart. (B,L,D)
Enjoy the many facilities available to you aboard Queen Elizabeth. Revisit your favorite restaurants, catch a final on-board performance, enjoy just one more cocktail, or perhaps have a flutter in the casino. (B,L,D)
This morning, disembark in Sydney and make your way to the Four Seasons Hotel Sydney. There is ample time to explore the harbour city today, perhaps enjoy some world-class retail therapy or visit her famous landmarks. A highlight for your day is when you join your selected guided tour of one of the most iconic building in the world: The Sydney Opera House. (B)
OVERNIGHT: 2 nights Four Seasons Hotel Sydney
Dive deeper in the city on an all-inclusive 2.5-hour lunch cruise on our exclusive 78ft luxury vessel. Enjoy a premium two-course menu featuring regionally sourced ingredients. Departing Darling Harbour, cruise towards Sydney Harbour Bridge and pass the Sydney cityscape and Sydney Opera House. We believe lunch should be a long, lavish affair, so we serve generous al la carte meals, paired with a selection of beers, wines from some of the finest wine-producing regions in NSW, soft drinks and tea or coffee. (B,L)
Transfer to Sydney’s Central Station, ready for a pre-boarding welcome to the Indian Pacific. Once on board, the anticipation builds for the trip ahead as you settle into your first evening on train, enjoying the sumptuous food, wine, service and social atmosphere of this much-loved rail journey. (B,D)
OVERNIGHT: 3 nights Indian Pacific
After breakfast, prepare for your first Off Train Experience in Broken Hill, exploring the charm of the Silver City and discovering its mining history and the artistic culture that abounds in the area. On board, approaching the southern tip of the Flinders Ranges in South Australia, the train weaves its way into Adelaide, and you’ll have a range of afternoon Off Train Experiences to choose from in the South Australian Capital before reboarding. (B,L,D)
Today, wake up and marvel at the barren beauty of the Nullarbor. Taking its name from the Latin meaning ‘no trees’, the ancient plain conjures a sense of limitless space and time. This journey is all about amazing outback views, as you cross this famous stretch of the Australian interior. Finish the day with an unforgettable experience, dining under an outback sky on the edge of the country’s largest sheep station at Rawlinna. (B,L,D)
Watch the delightful Avon Valley pass by as the final stage of your epic Island Coastal experience draws to a close. Disembark in Perth, taking memories of shared adventures with you on your onward travels. (B).