Although the nations keep close ties, much can be said about the unique identities of Australia and New Zealand. From its boundless coastline, “most liveable” cities and infinite red outback, Australia has every angle covered. And then there’s New Zealand – a country where whale watching and winery-hopping can be carried out in one unforgettable tour. Dive beneath the surface of these destinations with Trafalgar and join us for a real southern adventure, unlike anything else.
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Australia and New Zealand at a glance
Known as ‘down under’ to those in the northern hemisphere, Australia and New Zealand are almost in a league of their own. From the depths of the coral reefs to the peaks of the Southern Alps, this part of the world truly has every angle covered.
"Be sure to try a world class pinot noir while in Central Otago. This drop is best enjoyed while drinking in those spectacular Queenstown views – mountains, lake and wine – an unforgettable combination.
Katie, Travel Director
Hand-crafted Australia and South Pacific experiences that you won’t find anywhere else? That’s The Good Life.
From the icons to the unexpected, get those ‘pinch me’ moments through a series of Trafalgar highlights in Australia and South Pacific other travellers may never know about or have access to.
Save 5% early payment discounts on the land-portion of selected Trafalgar trips when paid in full by 28 February 2019. Discounts may be combinable with other brochure discounts where applicable. Valid only on new bookings. Not valid on Costsaver, custom groups or any other offers. A deposit is required on booking as per payment conditions and the full amount must be paid by 28 February 2019 to qualify for the 5% early payment discount Subject to availability and may be withdrawn at any time. Other conditions may apply.
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