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Discover the Natural Beauty of Australia & New Zealand

Sail Down Under on an over-the-top vacation that immerses you in cosmopolitan cities from Sydney to Auckland, natural wonders from the Great Barrier Reef to Milford Sound, and world-class beaches from Fiji to Vanuatu. This is a region of beautiful scenery, majestic fjords, fine wine, friendly people, and exotic wildlife.

And with its opposite seasons, it’s the perfect place for those from the Northern Hemisphere to escape the winter blues. From the iconic Sydney Opera House to the soaring green mountains of New Zealand—and every palm-fringed beach in between—this region offers newness, tradition, and sublime scenery.

Choose from a wide variety of itineraries aboard the award-winning Celebrity Eclipse®, from two-night jaunts around Sydney to longer sailings around New Zealand, the Great Barrier Reef, and the South Pacific. Choose from two convenient home ports, Sydney and Auckland, both gorgeous coastal cities with endless sightseeing opportunities.





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Enjoy luxurious staterooms, cuisine, and service as you discover Sydney, Willington, Picton, Dunedin & Milford. Explore this region of beautiful scenery, majestic fjords, fine wine, friendly people, and exotic wildlife. 

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Natural Beauty

It’s the outdoors that makes this region truly exceptional—from the snowy peaks of New Zealand to the picture-perfect beauty of Tahiti. Dive the Great Barrier Reef on your cruise to see multi-colored fish and corals. Photograph the towering Mitre Peak as you glide through the otherworldly Milford, Dusky, and Doubtful Sounds in New Zealand. Discover a peninsula of pink granite mountains, eucalyptus forests, white beaches, and azure waters of Tasmania’s Freycinet National Park.

Culture & History

The Māori are the indigenous people of Aotearoa (New Zealand) and first arrived here in canoes from their ancestral homeland of Hawaiki over 1,000 years ago. Their traditions are still very much alive today. Tribal tattoos are an expression of commitment and respect, while skillful wood carvers create intricate works that pay respect to the past.


The flora and fauna found in this region is among the most diverse on earth. Koalas. Kiwi birds. Duck-billed platypus. Tasmanian devils. Kangaroos (Australia is home to more kangaroos than people). See the most breathtaking reef inhabitants in the world including manta rays, sea turtles, and sharks on a South Pacific cruise. Hike through jungles to waterfalls in Fiji. And be sure to pick up some rare Manuka honey to bring home from New Zealand.

Culinary Exploration

World-class wineries and breweries. The freshest seafood. Legendary New Zealand lamb. French cuisine in Noumea and Tahiti. Your options in this region are diverse and delicious. In Australia, smear toast or a sandwich with Vegemite that is full of B vitamins and has a savory “umami” flavor. When the cruise ship docks in Tahiti, try the local food trucks, called roulottes, which offer inexpensive, but tasty, dishes.

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    Great Barrier Reef, Australia

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    Milford Sound, New Zealand

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    Blue Mountains, Australia

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Set sail from Sydney for a Great Barrier Reef adventure—or a New Zealand expedition. Head northeast from the most populous city in Australia, exploring the wonder of the Great Barrier Reef, as well as port cities, beautiful beaches, and a tropical rainforest along the way. Or travel to the incredible neighboring country of New Zealand, including visits to coastal towns in Australia and Tasmania. Whichever journey you choose, each day Down Under is a g’day.

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Featured Destinations

Cairns, Australia

On an Australia cruise, Cairns serves as the starting point for many to make the short jaunt to the Great Barrier Reef. In northern Queensland, it’s known for its tropical climate and awe-inspiring natural sights. Nearby, Daintree National Park offers a mountainous rainforest, gorges and beaches.

Hobart, Tasmania

With a fascinating history as an old penal colony, and its massive national park, Tasmania seems like another world. However, cool Hobart will thrill you with its cutting-edge cuisine, world-class museums, and wine tasting rooms. Visitors on an Australia cruise will find so much to explore.

Bay of Islands, New Zealand

On a New Zealand cruise, hundreds of small islands are just waiting for you to explore. The Bay of Islands, a ruggedly scenic collection located just off of the northern tip of the North Island, are some of the most beloved. They’re well-known for water recreation, particularly fishing, sailing, and scuba diving.

Suva, Fiji

Beyond the incredible nature excursions, including hiking and swimming in Colo-I-Suva Forest Park or a quick trip to nearby Pacific Harbor, there’s also plenty of history at the Fiji Museum and breathtaking landscapes at Thurston Gardens. Then, get to know the locals as you stroll the stalls at Suva Market. A cruise to beautiful Fiji truly has something to offer to all kinds of travelers.

Australia & New Zealand Departure Ports

Sydney, Australia

Sydney is one of the most epic cities in the world, located on a large harbor, with a stunning skyline. It offers a combination of cosmopolitan experiences, thrilling architecture, scenic parks and ports, and some of Australia’s best beaches nearby. Explore this gorgeous area of the world before embarking on an Australia and New Zealand cruise from Sydney, or other areas of the South Pacific.

Auckland, New Zealand

The biggest city in New Zealand is one of the most energetic cities you’ll ever visit. It’s known for its walkability and historic sites like the War Memorial Museum. Two harbors hug the region, so it’s surrounded by water with boats floating nearby and plenty of harborside bars and restaurants to explore. Auckland’s friendliness and relaxed vibe embody urban life. It’s hard to go wrong with activities like diving at the Goat Island Marine Reserve or walking down to the Waitemata Harbor, making your time before taking a cruise from Auckland just as memorable as the cruise itself.

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Get Wild

Here’s your chance to get up close and personal with wildlife that can’t be found anywhere else in the world. Whether you’re visiting a sanctuary or exploring Tauranga Zoo, be sure to have your camera handy. In the water, you’ll have chances to see turtles, reef fish, corals, and sharks. On land, you may come upon adorable koala, Tasmanian Devils, kangaroos, wallabies, or a waddle of penguins.

Learn About Local Culture

You’ll have many chances to explore the various cultures that first inhabited the South Pacific Islands, Australia and New Zealand. Interestingly, Tasmania was once a penal colony for British convicts. On a New Zealand cruise, you can visit a Māori village to get acquainted with the indigenous tribe and learn about their customs, tattoos, legends, dance, and arts. You’ll even hear about the original inhabitants of Australia—the Aboriginal people—who have a close and caring relationship to the land.

A Feast for the Senses

Each and every island in the South Pacific has its own culinary style, so you can try something new at every port of call. In Australia, try their famous vegemite or “kanga bangers” (kangaroo sausage). In New Zealand, get ready to savor lamb in various dishes. All along the coastline, you’ll find fresh seafood including world-famous mussels. And throughout your journey, local wineries and craft breweries provide a delicious taste of local life.

Outside Interests

From snorkeling or diving the Great Barrier Reef to hiking through rainforests, there’s no shortage of things to do and see outdoors. The beaches here are some of the most beautiful in the world, as are the natural wonders you’ll visit throughout your journey. Just off the coast of New Zealand, discover the idyllic Bay of Islands and sail down its famous Hole in the Rock. Admire unrivaled landscapes that offer everything from arid desert and majestic fjords to amazing waterfalls, lush rainforests, and hot springs.

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The award-winning Celebrity Eclipse is ready to take you on a journey through one of the world’s most beautiful regions.

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Culinary Adventure

Travelers may not always think of Australia, New Zealand, and the South Pacific as top culinary destinations, but this region has a lot to offer.


From velvety Chardonnays to vibrant shiraz and more, the area is rich with respected wineries and blessed with the perfect climate to grow grapes. A world of wonderful wineries is found in the countryside on many of your ports of call as well as a booming brewery scene in the cities. Cheers!


As a region that has strong currents connecting it to the rest of the world, Australia, New Zealand, and the South Pacific have a wide range of seafood available year ‘round. In fact, rare Bluff oysters from New Zealand are among the world’s finest. Pair with a crisp sauvignon blanc for a taste of heaven


Sheep farming has become an iconic symbol of New Zealand itself. Lamb from here has an all-natural advantage. It’s free-range and naturally fed on verdant pasturelands, so it’s mild tasting and naturally lean and tender. It’s no wonder roast lamb is a Kiwi meat-lovers’ favorite.

Helpful Tips Before You Go

As you prepare for your Australia & New Zealand cruise, there’s a lot to think about, especially if you’ve never been here before. Create a checklist of key items you need to bring. This will help you have wonderful experiences everywhere you go, whether you’re visiting historical sites, absorbing the local vibe, enjoying regional cuisine, or marveling at natural wonders you won’t see anywhere else in the world.


  • Book Flights by Celebrity® to be protected in case there is any cancellation.

  • Research the shore excursions and book them in advance, pre-cruise. The popular shore excursions get sold out fast.

  • All United States citizens will need to obtain a visa to visit Australia. This will need to be done in advance of your trip as it will be required for entry into the country.

  • Remember to pack sunscreen, bathing suit, sunglasses, and insect repellent.

  • Call your bank to let them know the countries you will be visiting.

  • Turn on your international cellular service plan.

  • Have your documents protected and photocopied.

Learn More About Australia and New Zealand

A Guide To The Stunning New Zealand Fjords

Visit the Great Barrier Reef: Everything You Need to Know

Best Hikes In New Zealand



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