Shore Excursions

Cruising is an efficient and luxurious method of seeing Australia/New Zealand and we have a diverse array of customised shore excursion itineraries available specifically for cruise travellers.

Our most popular ports are Adelaide, Airlie Beach, Akaroa, Auckland, Bay of Islands, Brisbane, Cairns, Dunedin, Geelong, Hobart, Melbourne, Napier, Newcastle, Perth/Fremantle, Phillip Island, Picton, Port Douglas, Queenstown, Sydney, Tauranga, Wellington and Yorkeys Knob.

Customised Shore Excursion - Cruise Ship

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From half-day options right through to full-day, we specialise in completely private experiences, so you don’t have to be waiting on any other travellers and can travel at your own pace. We guarantee that you will be back to the port with plenty of time to spare and we will tell you prior to booking whether your desired customised shore excursion itinerary is too ambitious.

For example, in Melbourne the Twelve Apostles are often too difficult to fit into a day in port but there are alternatives such as only travelling as far as Kennett River (where you see the bulk of the coastal beauty anyway) or stopping at Apollo Bay and taking a helicopter to view the Apostles from above.

Customised Shore Excursion - The Twelve Apostles Location

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Whatever your request, we will fully customise your day as we want to ensure that your one impression of a port is truly memorable. This may mean picking you up/dropping off at somewhere other than the cruise port or adding in some fellow travellers at the last minute. Many travellers are undecided as to how to spend their time in port right up to being picked up, but there is nothing to worry about as we are experienced in changing course due to weather or a last-minute suggestion from someone on the cruise ship.

Our expert staff are here to help you with all of your travel needs. Contact us to begin organising your customised shore excursion itinerary now.

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