South Australia to the Top End & East Coast with The Ghan & Voyager of the Seas

18 nights departing 12 November 2019

Spend time in Adelaide before journeying to the tropical Top End and cruising down the East Coast in style. Soak up the sights, sounds and aromas of Adelaide Central Market. Enjoy delicious wines in the world-famous Barossa Valley. Take a guided beach walk among a colony of Australian sea lions. Indulge in the all-inclusive service on board The Ghan. Discover the best of Darwin on a laid-back sightseeing adventure. Explore the highlights of each new port of call as the Voyager of the Seas carries you down the East Coast.

Inclusions

  • Transfer to your accommodation.†
  • 5 night stay in Adelaide at the Hilton Adelaide including breakfast.
  • Adelaide Central Market tour.
  • Full day Barossa & Hahndorf Highlights tour including lunch.
  • Full day Kangaroo Island Experience tour including lunch.
  • Transfer from your accommodation to the rail terminal.
  • 2 nights aboard The Ghan travelling from Adelaide to Darwin in Gold or Platinum Service. Your journey includes all meals, drinks and off train experiences in Marla, Alice Springs and Katherine.
  • Transfer from the rail terminal to your accommodation.
  • 2 night stay in Darwin at the DoubleTree By Hilton Hotel Esplanade Darwin including breakfast.
  • 24 hour Hop on Hop off Bus.
  • Transfer from your accommodation to the cruise terminal.
  • 9 nights aboard Voyager of the Seas cruising from Darwin to Sydney with port calls in Yorkey’s Knob, Airlie Beach and Brisbane. Your cruise includes on board meals and entertainment.
  • Transfer from the cruise terminal.†

Pricing

Twin
interior
oceanview
balcony
gold
$6,079
$6,239
$6,769
platinum
$7,369
$7,529
$8,049

Single
interior
oceanview
balcony
gold
$8,059
$8,379
$9,249
platinum
$13,009
$13,329
$14,199

Terms & Conditions

Package reference: HOA2602
†Transfers limited to 50km, extra km’s at a supplement.
Images courtesy of Royal Caribbean International, Great Southern Rail, South Australian Tourism Commission, Shaana McNaught, Tourism NT, Julie Fletcher.