Sail in style from Cape Town to Sydney with
Cunard, visiting vibrant and historical ports
along the way.
ll embark Queen Mary 2 in colourful Cape
Town for your cruise to Sydney. While on board
this majestic cruise ship you could dance in the
largest ballroom at sea, take gaming lessons in
the casino, or be entertained by a polished
production in the Royal Court Theatre. With a 3D
cinema, spa treatments, RADA workshops and golf
simulators, there is truly something for
everyone on board.
ll stop at a variety of ports, beginning
with Port Elizabeth, famous for its Art Nouveau
architecture. Known as ‘The Friendly City'
bustling metropolis has nature parks and a
heritage trail that reveals charming Victorian
Enjoy stunning island scenery in Réunion: with
its emerald forests and waterfalls, you'
to keep your camera fully charged. In Mauritius
ll find clear waters and white beaches,
along with beach side restaurants serving fish
caught fresh that morning. You'
ll then cross the
Indian Ocean, spending a few days at sea: ample
time to further explore the ship'
Spend time discovering Fremantle'
s history with
visits to the city'
s convict-built, colonial-era
structures. Why not visit the Round House, the
oldest remaining intact building in Western
ll cruise next to Busselton,
gateway to Margaret River'
s premium wine region.
This destination also has a charming timber
jetty, the longest in the southern hemisphere.
Venture further afield to Mammoth Cave, where
jagged stalactites descend from the ceiling in
this natural time capsule, where you'
ancient fossilized remains embedded in the
Sample the gastronomic delights in easy-going
Adelaide, before you reach Melbourne'
cosmopolitan charms. Then it'
s on to the
aptly-named Kangaroo Island, containing several
nature reserves abundant with wildlife – and
fantastic scenery – before you disembark in
Day 1 Cape Town Embark your ship - Queen Mary 2 Whilst in Cape Town you can enjoy the stunning
scenery or the rich history behind the garden city
of South Africa. You can take a cable car to the top
of the iconic Table Mountain, visit Robben Island
where Nelson Mandela was incarcerated or take in the
V&A waterfront to satisfy your shopping bug. Day 2 At Sea At Sea
Day 3 Port Elizabeth ‘The Friendly City'
Port Elizabeth is one of the largest cities in
South Africa, situated in the Eastern Cape Province.
It is a perfect location to take a day tour to the
top game reserves in the country including Schotia,
Shamwari, Addo Elephant Park, and Lalibela, or relax
in the beautiful nature regions of Tsitsikamma and
Baviaanskloof. Day 4 At Sea At Sea
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Day 8 Réunion Réunion blends French, Indian, African and
Chinese influences, which have created diverse food,
music and culture. It has a varied landscape and
impressive scenery, with spectacular waterfalls,
immense volcanoes, and deep canyons. Explore the
s exceptional natural beauty by diving off
the cliffs, surfing the waves, flying over the
volcanoes and trekking up its majestic mountains.
Day 9 Mauritius The beaches on Mauritius are heavenly, with
bright blue seas and smooth white sand. The island
is full of history and cultural diversity. There is
the opportunity to try Chinese, Indian, French and
African cuisine, all full of different spices and
flavours. The markets are a great place to find
unique crafts, jewellery and souvenirs. Day 10 At Sea At Sea
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Day 17 Fremantle (Perth) Lying at the mouth of the Swan River, historic
Fremantle is your gateway to Perth, the capital of
Western Australia. Perth is where life moves at a
slower pace, so during your visit, relax and savor
the bounties of Western Australia, from the wonders
of the bush to the wineries of the Swan Valley, to
the stunning Rottnest Island for snorkeling and
diving. Day 18 Margaret River (Busselton)
Day 19 At Sea At Sea
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Day 21 Adelaide
The capital of South Australia, Adelaide is a
cosmopolitan city of wide boulevards, fertile
gardens and diverse architecture. Discover the
Anglican Holy Trinity Church and the Parliament
House. Explore the collection of Aboriginal,
colonial, and Melanesian art at the South Australian
Museum. Stroll the historic Adelaide Central Market,
or simply relax beneath a fig tree canopy in the
Botanic Gardens. Day 22 At Sea At Sea
Day 23 Melbourne Disembark your ship - Queen Mary 2:
Make sure you take a
stroll down the stunning tree-lined Lygon Street for
the best restaurants and cafes, or visit the famous
Yarra Valley for the best in Australian wines. If
re a sports fan you could also enjoy a tour of
the iconic Melbourne Cricket Ground.