Top 10 Experiences for Inspiring Journeys

  • Date 2 Sep. 2019
  1. Wukalina Walk through Bay of Fires
    Embark on a two-night Aboriginal-owned and operated guided walk through the magnificent natural landscapes on the Bay of Fires and Mt William areas, the cultural homeland of the palawa people. Deepen your understanding of palawa culture and community history as well as immerse you in the natural, rugged beauty of wukalina and larapuna.
    Experience this on our Tasmania's Footsteps & Trails. 
    1 Wukalina Walk through Bay of Fires
  2. Napier - Art Deco Vintage Car Tour
    Relive the glamour and style of the jazz era with a luxurious vintage car tour.  You’ll be met your driver, in Art Deco costume, who will provide a fascinating commentary as you are driven in style, through Napier and surrounding areas. 
    Experience this on our The Endless Shores & Long White Cloud. 2 Napier Art Deco Vintage Car Tour
  3. Kayaking in Milford Sound
    Imagine a peaceful silence, broken only by bird calls and the sound of your paddle in the water. Experience the magic of Milford Sound up close on a guided kayaking adventure before coming face to face with the local marine life below the surface in New Zealand’s only floating underwater observatory.
    Experience this on our The Southern Drift & The Long White Cloud.  
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  4. Local Dining Experience – Under a Desert Moon
    Set in the wilderness under a canopy of the Southern Night sky, best treated to a unique dining experience, Under a Desert Moon. Enjoy sparkling wine and canapés followed by a four-course dinner, prepared from fresh produce and ingredients unique to the Australian Outback.
    Experience this on our Outback Contrast: A Journey to the Centre, Outback Australia: The Colour of Red & Northern Territory Dreaming.
    4 Local Dining Experience Under a Desert Moon
  5. Caveworld – Footwhistle Cave
    Family-run and locally owned, Caveworld has exclusive access to the Footwhistle Cave; a stunning limestone network beneath the rolling hills of Waitomo. Here you’ll discover a labyrinth of magnificent, undisturbed glow-worm displays. Better, we believe, than anywhere else in the world.  Offering fully guided small group or private tours, the Caveworld Waitomo Glow Worm experience is personal, intimate and unforgettable.
    Experience this on our The Endless Shores & The Long White Cloud5 Caveworld Footwhistle Cave
  6.  Kakadu National Park – Gunlom Falls
    Refresh in the picturesque swimming holes of World Heritage Listed Kakadu National Park. Hike to the top of the top of Gunlom falls for a splash in picturesque natural plunge pool where you’re awarded with spectacular views over Kakadu.
    Experience this on our Kakadu’s Ancient Secrets & Northern Territory Dreaming.  Gunlom Falls Couple A 08
  7. Craggy Range Winery - Dinner
    Located at the foot of Te Mata Peak, the architecturally designed Giants winery complex, offers a second-to-none visitor experience. The restaurant serves the best local and seasonal produce prepared by Head Chef Casey McDonald.  Enjoy a 3 course dining experience with Craggy Range wine pairing.
    Experience this on our The Endless Shores & The Long White Cloud. 24 Craggy Range Hawkes Bay Aerial
  8.  Haast River Safari
    Travel on a purpose built fully enclosed river jet boat with front-loading access. Great visibility is ensured, yet you remain warm, dry and comfortable, making this a unique and safe experience suitable for anyone of any age to participate in and enjoy.
    Experience this on our The Endless Shores & The Long White Cloud.  8 Haast River Safari
  9. Discover Daintree Rainforest
    See the lush Daintree, the world’s oldest living rainforest, from a new perspective during a private guided tour. Your Indigenous guide will highlight medicinal properties of plants and demonstrate tradition bush tucker while sharing the culture and stories of the Kuku Yalanji people.
    Experience this on our Inspiring Australia. 9 Discover Daintree Rainforest
  10. The Royal Mail Hotel Kitchen Garden
    Explore the kitchen garden of award-winning restaurant The Royal Mail. Join the ground’s gardener for a guided walk through their kitchen garden, which supplies most of the hotel’s produce. Set on just over an acre, it’s Australia’s largest and most productive organic kitchen garden.
    Experience this on our Victoria's Hidden Gems.10 Royal Mail Hotel Kitchen Garden