Journey, New Zealand & Australia ex Auckland to Sydney

South Pacific & New Zealand

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15 Night cruise departing from Auckland to Sydney onboard Azamara Journey.

15 Night cruise departing from Auckland to Sydney onboard Azamara Journey.

This voyage really does have it all: spectacular scenery, an in-depth New Zealand experience, two exciting destinations in Australia, award-winning wines, and some of the best golf Down Under.

We’ve partnered with PerryGolf™—one of the game’s leading providers of international golf vacations—to offer this optional golf package to some of the world’s most exclusive courses. It features six outstanding New Zealand golf courses: Kauri Cliffs, Cape Kidnappers, The Kinloch Club, Christchurch Golf Club, Jack’s Point, and Millbrook. PerryGolf’s staff will also be on board and ashore to arrange everything, from equipment handling to tee times.

Not a golfer? Not a problem! Immerse yourself in the country’s history at Waitaingi in the Bay of Islands, and Tauranga’s Pikirangi Māori Village. Discover the New Zealand Art Deco capital of Napier. Get a ticket to ride on Wellington’s iconic Kelburn cable car. In Picton, sip your way through the renowned Sauvignon Blancs and Pinot Noirs of the Marlborough wine region, explore Christchurch—known as “The Most English City Outside of England.”

Enjoy a different kind of sampling at Cadbury World and Speights Brewery in Dunedin. From Oban, go penguin-watching on the Otago Peninsula. Cruise the incredible Doubtful Sound and Milford Sound, and follow it up with two days at sea for relaxing and recharging.

Then it’s on to even more amazing adventures in Australia, where you can tour Tasmania for two days, and see the sensational sights in Sydney. No matter what you decide to do, this New Zealand and Australia golf cruise is definitely a hole in one.

Highlights of this cruise:

Auckland, New Zealand
Explore the eye-catching black sand beaches of "The City of Sails" and take a trip to the top of the Southern Hemisphere's tallest building for sweeping panoramic views. Outside the city, immerse yourself in Maori culture, embark on an unforgettable outdoor adventure, or discover the region's stunning wine country.

Bay of Islands, New Zealand
Exceptional island beauty—144 times over. This stunning group of islands is home to the first permanent British settlement in New Zealand, as well as rich Maori history. Trek through dense forests of kauri trees, or explore the bioluminescent wonder of the Waiomio Caves system. Take a swing at some world famous golf courses or take a tour and take in impressive waterfalls.

Tauranga, New Zealand
It’s easy to fall in love with Tauranga. Situated in the sunniest region of the North Island, Tauranga is home to endless golden beaches, beautiful waters, and The Strand—a waterfront lined with restaurants and cafes. Outside of town, you’ll find the Pikirangi Māori Village, where you can relax in rejuvenating thermal pools while watching the Pohutu geyser shoot nearly 100 feet in the sky.

Napier, New Zealand
The Art Deco Capital of New Zealand, Napier is a visual delight. Spend your day walking the enchanting streets of this city and you’ll come across the Pania of the Reef (one of the most photographed attractions in the country), as well as many cafes to relax in while the world bustles outside. And don’t forget to visit the farmers’ market to shop for delightful products from local artisans.

Wellington, New Zealand
Take a ride on the Kelburn cable to and get to know Wellington, the coolest little capital in the world. Situated on New Zealand’s North Island, Wellington is known for its art deco structures, the Botanic Gardens, and its wonderful museums. During your adventure, be sure to tour the Weta Cave, where you’ll find memorabilia from films shot in the area, including Lord of the Rings and Avatar.

Picton, New Zealand
Like most of New Zealand, this area is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts. Bring your walking shoes and walk to the Snout—a peninsula that's still wild and untamed. After your hike, be sure to explore more than 35 cellar doors in the Marlborough wine region. And when it’s time to wave goodbye to Picton, be sure to stay above deck to see the incredible sights of the Queen Charlotte Sound.

Dunedin, New Zealand
Scottish influence meets distinct Kiwi flair in the port city of Dunedin. Known as the Edinburgh of the South, Dunedin has beautiful sandy beaches, unique wildlife, and is home to the many delicious wines found on the Otago Peninsula. Those with a sweet tooth will want to visit Cadbury World, where you can take a tour of a working chocolate factory (and maybe sample a little bit for yourself!).

Oban, Stewart Island, New Zealand
Oban is a pleasant fishing town that packs a lot into a small place. Enjoy outdoor adventures along the Great Walk, discover Māori and nautical history, and spend some time in a friendly pub. Oban is the perfect place for bird lovers and anyone who wants to spot the elusive kiwi. And as the day winds down, you’ll experience an amazing sunset, and maybe the aurora australis (the southern lights).

Milford Sound, New Zealand
Relax and reflect on your journey thus far with a few days of fun at sea. Get a behind-the-scenes look at life onboard with an Insider’s View Tour, attend a destination lecture to learn more about your next port-of-call, or try your luck at our onboard casino.

Want to really unwind? Watch the world go by and sip a complimentary drink poolside, or say “ahh” with a visit to Sanctum Spa.

Hobart, Tasmania
The capital and most populous city in Tasmania, Hobart is filled with old world charm. Stroll along the historic waterfront and make your way to the restaurants, boutiques, and galleries of Salamanca Place. Head to Mount Wellington for hiking, and delve into Tasmania’s past as a penal colony at Port Arthur Historic Site. Last but certainly not least, be sure to try some excellent local wines.

Sydney, Australia
Sunny skies, friendly faces, and beautiful beaches await in Sydney. When you arrive, visit the UNESCO World Heritage-designated Sydney Opera House for a legendary photo opportunity. Then head to Manly Beach for awesome fun in the sun or the Australian Museum for a tour through New South Wales history. Cap your day with a visit to Darling Harbor for dinner with a stunning view of Harbor Bridge.

Pricing (per person)

  • All (10)
Quad Triple Twin Single

Z - Guarantee Club Interior Stateroom

AU$ 3,255 AU$ 3,613 AU$ 4,331 AU$ 8,030

Y - Guarantee Club Oceanview Stateroom

AU$ 3,355 AU$ 3,747 AU$ 4,531 AU$ 8,430

12 - Club Interior Stateroom

AU$ 3,973 AU$ 4,591 AU$ 5,828 AU$ 11,024

11 - Club Interior Stateroom

AU$ 4,043 AU$ 4,685 AU$ 5,968 AU$ 11,304

10 - Club Interior Stateroom

AU$ 4,113 AU$ 4,778 AU$ 6,108 AU$ 11,584

09 - Club Interior Stateroom

AU$ 4,178 AU$ 4,865 AU$ 6,238 AU$ 11,844

08 - Club Oceanview Stateroom (Obstructed)

AU$ 4,303 AU$ 5,031 AU$ 6,488 AU$ 12,344

06 - Club Oceanview Stateroom

AU$ 4,368 AU$ 5,118 AU$ 6,618 AU$ 12,604

05 - Club Oceanview Stateroom

AU$ 4,438 AU$ 5,211 AU$ 6,758 AU$ 12,884

N1 - Club Continent Suite

AU$ 7,933 AU$ 9,871 AU$ 13,748 AU$ 26,864

Please note, while prices and inclusions are accurate at time of loading they are subject to change due to changes in cruise line policies and pricing and due to currency fluctuations. Currency surcharges may apply. Please check details of price and inclusions at time of booking.

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