Australian Top End with the Indian Pacific

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Journey to the nether reaches of Oz and beyond with our fabulous escorted tour, Australian Top End. For those looking for an all-inclusive holiday with a difference, this incredible 20-night tour provides a hassle-free way to sample the delights of northern Australia, and take a trip to that most enchanting of paradise isles, Bali.

Departing Sydney on 9 Feb 2017, you’ll cruise aboard Royal Caribbean’s wonderful ship, Radiance of the Seas, on an unforgettable 16-night voyage to Perth, paying a visit to the Indonesian destination of Bali along the way.

 

To make your stay aboard Radiance of the Seas as comfortable and luxurious as possible, all meals and entertainment are included on the ship. You’ll also receive US$100 credit per stateroom to spend on additional products and services, and a further US$280 worth of free gratuities per person — helping you make the most of every minute spent aboard this majestic ocean liner.

 

Upon arrival in Perth you’ll spend the night in a hotel, giving you ample opportunity to explore this wonderful city at your leisure. On the following day, you’ll board the iconic Indian Pacific railroad, where you’ll enjoy the benefits of a luxury Gold Class suite and fully inclusive meals, beverages and off-rail excursions — the perfect way to make the return journey back to Sydney.

 

With all taxes, port fees, meals, accommodation and entertainment included in the total price of the tour, it’s never been easier to explore Australia by land and sea. As this deal is exclusive to Cruise1st Australia you won’t find it anywhere else, so act now to avoid disappointment.

 

Are you in need of further convincing? Here, we explore some of the incredible highlights awaiting you on this once-in-a-lifetime trip.

 

Cairns and the Great Barrier Reef

coral reef in cairns

Fast becoming the unofficial capital of the Great Barrier Reef, Cairns is the second stop on your cruise aboard Radiance of the Seas, and the perfect place to explore this world-renowned natural wonder. Offering exquisite beaches and innumerable places to eat and drink, Cairns is a dream for those who want to dip below the water’s edge and enjoy the exquisite beauty of the Reef. Royal Caribbean offer snorkelling experiences on-board Radiance of the Seas, giving passengers a hassle-free way to enjoy this majestic aquatic attraction.

 

Padang Bay, Bali

Padang Bay in bali is a beautiful destination

After venturing to the capital of the Northern Territory, Darwin, you’ll sail north, leaving Australian waters to reach the utopian island of Bali. Part of a string of islands which make up southern Indonesia, Bali is renowned for its heavenly beaches and beautiful scenery, not to mention its effortlessly friendly locals. Take in the rich cultural heritage of Ramayana, or lay your beach towel on the sands of Padang Bay; the choice is yours on this wonderful Bali pit stop.

Adelaide City Tour

adelaide city in australia, oceania

Upon arriving in Adelaide via the charming Indian Pacific railroad, you’ll enjoy a stimulating city sightseeing tour, taking in the cultural highlights and rich heritage of this distinct Aussie city. The tour takes in Adelaide’s beautiful Botanic Gardens, as well as the Central Market, where it’s possible to pick up no-end of fresh produce or souvenirs to reminisce about your trip when you arrive back home. Alternatively, choose to go it alone on a self-guided tour of Adelaide’s cafes, bars and restaurants, savouring the city’s distinct food and wine along the way.

 

Convinced our Australia Top End with Indian Pacific is the escorted tour for you? Click here to find out more and reserve your space on this unforgettable journey. Alternatively, to browse our complete range of affordable cruises and tours, visit the Cruise1st Australia homepage or call us on 1300 857 345.

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Alyssa Beit

Alyssa lives in Sydney, NSW. Born on the 14th October and is a Social and Human Service Assistant at Cruise 1st Australia. She is in her early 40’s and loves tranquility on luxury cruises.

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