Wine of Australia & New Zealand

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Wine of Australia & New Zealand

Wine of Australia & New Zealand

19 Day Tour from Melbourne to Queenstown

Australia and New Zealand have developed an international reputation for award-winning wines and on this Australia and New Zealand tour, you’ll visit many of the wine regions and tour some of the wineries. You’ll overnight in Melbourne, Adelaide, Sydney, Auckland, Napier, Wellington, and Queenstown.

In Australia, visit the wine regions of Yarra Valley, with a cold climate perfect for high-quality grape growing; Barossa Valley, one of the world’s great wine growing areas; and Hunter Valley, home to over 120 wineries. An evening at the Wine House in Melbourne (a special experience included by Globus) gives you an introduction to Australia’s wines. Also visit some of Australia’s most famous wineries, including Jacobs Creek; Seppeltsfield, famous as the world’s only winery to release a 100-year-old, single vintage wine each year; and McGuigan Wines, named International Winemaker of the Year for a record four times. In New Zealand, enjoy lunch at a winery on beautiful Waiheke Island and visit the Hawke’s Bay region, New Zealand’s second-largest wine region.

In addition to wineries, this Australia and New Zealand tour also features a visit to Kangaroo Island, where you’ll see kangaroos, koalas, Australian sea lions, New Zealand fur seals, and stunning views. At Healesville Sanctuary, the best place to see Australia’s wildlife in their natural habitat, see wombats, kangaroos, dingoes, platypus, and more. In New Zealand’s Fiordland National Park, witness some of the world’s most breathtaking scenery of Milford Sound on your cruise.

All of this and much more—including a tasting tour at Adelaide’s thriving Central Market—await you on this marvelous tour through Australia and New Zealand.

 

Tour Pricing starts at $5,709 p.p.d.o.

Departure Dates available: September through November 2018

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