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Quicksilver Group is a pioneering reef tourism operator, the Quicksilver Group is Australia’s leading Great Barrier Reef cruise company and one of North Queensland’s largest private employers.

Choose from spectacular Outer Barrier Reef and island destinations, adventurous dive and snorkel excursions, premier liveaboard dive boat trips and a luxury island resort - the Quicksilver Group o ers the widest range of reef experiences to visitors to Tropical North Queensland. 

Quicksilver Group is a pioneering reef tourism operator, the Quicksilver Group is Australia’s leading Great Barrier Reef cruise company and one of North Queensland’s largest private employers.

Choose from spectacular Outer Barrier Reef and island destinations, adventurous dive and snorkel excursions, premier liveaboard dive boat trips and a luxury island resort - the Quicksilver Group o ers the widest range of reef experiences to visitors to Tropical North Queensland. 

Quicksilver Group is a pioneering reef tourism operator, the Quicksilver Group is Australia’s leading Great Barrier...
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The Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne is one of Victoria’s most popular tourist destinations and offers a variety of unique experiences for visitors to Melbourne.Renowned as one of the world’s finest landscaped gardens, a visit to these gardens is a must do as part of any visit to Melbourne.

There are many popular guided tours including the Aboriginal Heritage Walk and Chocolate and Spice Walk, an award winning Gardens Shop with a unique array of quality products and two cafes located within the Gardens.

The Royal Botanic Gardens Cranbourne is located only 45 minutes from Melbourne and is one of Victoria’s most precious areas of native bushland. An abundance of native plants and wildlife including koalas, bandicoot and an abundance of birdlife make the Gardens a thoroughly enjoyable place to visit.

The award-winning Australian Garden compliments any visit to the Gardens and celebrates the astonishing beauty of over 100,000 Australian plants and a variety of Australian landscapes.The Gardens Shop with its unique range of Australian-inspired products and the Boonerwurrung Café overlooking the Garden compliment any visit to the Australian Garden.

The Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne is one of Victoria’s most popular tourist destinations and offers a variety of unique experiences for visitors to Melbourne.Renowned as one of the world’s finest landscaped gardens, a visit to these gardens is a must do as part of any visit to Melbourne.

There are many popular guided tours including the Aboriginal Heritage Walk and Chocolate and Spice Walk, an award winning Gardens Shop with a unique array of quality products and two cafes located within the Gardens.

The Royal Botanic Gardens Cranbourne is located only 45 minutes from Melbourne and is one of Victoria’s most precious areas of native bushland. An abundance of native plants and wildlife including koalas, bandicoot and an abundance of birdlife make the Gardens a thoroughly enjoyable place to visit.

The award-winning Australian Garden compliments any visit to the Gardens and celebrates the astonishing beauty of over 100,000 Australian plants and a variety of Australian landscapes.The Gardens Shop with its unique range of Australian-inspired products and the Boonerwurrung Café overlooking the Garden compliment any visit to the Australian Garden.

The Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne is one of Victoria’s most popular tourist destinations and offers a variety of...
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SeaLink Travel Group is Australia’s most dynamic tourism and transport company bringing the best Australia tourism experiences to the world.

SeaLink’s operations extend across New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia and Western Australia with cruises, passenger and vehicle ferry services with Captain Cook Cruises on Sydney Harbour, Perth and the Murray River, and Townsville, Palm Island, Magnetic Island, Rottnest Island and Kangaroo Island. SeaLink’s Kangaroo Island operation also offers holiday package programs, coach tours, adventure tours, personalised 4WD tours and accommodation as well as sightseeing tours in and around Adelaide.

 

South Australia 

South Australia is a state of many contrasts with rugged outback wilderness, scenic mountain ranges, an extensive coastline, Kangaroo Island, Murray River, Barossa Valley, Adelaide and the beautiful Adelaide Hills. A wine and food centre with 13 wine regions. 

Extended South Australia Tours

 

Kangaroo Island         

Kangaroo Island is a natural wonder and a treasure trove of beauty, wildlife, pristine beaches, untouched bushland, wine and amazing fresh produce, especially seafood. A journey to Kangaroo Island will really refresh the soul and you’ll feel like you are a million miles away, even though you are only a 45 minute ferry ride from the mainland. Enjoy a range of options including

Adelaide & the Adelaide Hills    

Adelaide is the capital city and boasts an elegant, easy-living lifestyle with great festivals, live music events, galleries, design and fashion houses, theatre and architecture. It’s an easy city to get around and easy to get out of when you want to visit some of our famous regions! The Adelaide Hills is just a 20 minute drive from Adelaide through the Mount Lofty Ranges with stunning views across the city right through to the coast. Here you’ll find some of Australia’s best cool-climate wines and incredible restaurants and cellar doors. Australia’s oldest German village, Hahndorf is also a ‘must’ visit for all visitors to South Australia. Enjoy a range of options including

Great Barrier Reef

The Great Barrier Reef Marine Park extends from just north of Bundaberg to the northern tip of Australia at Cape York. Townsville is the home of Reef HQ - the world’s largest living coral reef aquarium. As the National Reef Education Centre for the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority, Reef HQ Aquarium offers impressive exhibits showcasing rare and extraordinary features of the Great Barrier Reef. Magnetic Island is located just 8 kilometres (20 minute ferry ride) off Townsville, Queensland's northern capital where all the facilities one would expect of a modern city are available. 

 

Magnetic Island    

Home to Northern Australia’s largest population of wild koalas, Magnetic Island has an abundance of bird life and native Australian animals for nature enthusiasts. Don’t miss the chance to feed rock wallabies and spot sea turtles, dugongs and whales from the island. Enjoy a range of options including

Townsville   

Townsville, North Queensland's capital, offers a diverse range of experiences from island life with the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park, city sights, tropical rainforest to the rustic outback.

Rottnest Island       

Based in Fremantle, Western Australia, operating passenger ferry services between Fremantle and Rottnest Island. Built in 2012 to the latest safety standards, “Quokka 1” is the most modern and high-tech passenger ferry servicing Rottnest Island.

 

Mandorah & Tiwi Islands    

The quickest link between Darwin, Mandorah and the Tiwi Islands including Bathurst Island Tours

Murray River  

Join Captain Cook Cruises on one of the world’s longest rivers, the mighty Murray River. The Murray basin covers one third of the Australia continent across Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia. Cruise this iconic Australian outback river highway aboard the southern hemisphere’s largest inland paddlewheeler, the PS Murray Princess.

The PS Murray Princess is an authentic working stern paddlewheeler vessel, built to recreate the golden age of Australian paddle steamers. Choose from a fantastic range of expedition, adventure, explorer, wildlife and special event cruises including:

Contacts:

Adelaide
SeaLink: Donna Gauci - +61 8 8202 8631 donna.gauci@sealink.com.au

Townsville
SeaLink: Chris Briggs -  +61 7 4726 0801 chris.briggs@sealink.com.au

Western Australia
SeaLink & Captain Cook Cruises: Andrew Lane +61 8 9325 3341 andrew.lane@sealink.com.au 

Sydney
Captain Cook Cruises: Richard Doyle - +61 2 8238 6724 richardd@captaincook.com.au

 

Sydney Habour Kangaroo Island Queensland

 

SeaLink Travel Group is Australia’s most dynamic tourism and transport company bringing the best Australia tourism experiences to the world.

SeaLink’s operations extend across New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia and Western Australia with cruises, passenger and vehicle ferry services with Captain Cook Cruises on Sydney Harbour, Perth and the Murray River, and Townsville, Palm Island, Magnetic Island, Rottnest Island and Kangaroo Island. SeaLink’s Kangaroo Island operation also offers holiday package programs, coach tours, adventure tours, personalised 4WD tours and accommodation as well as sightseeing tours in and around Adelaide.

 

South Australia 

South Australia is a state of many contrasts with rugged outback wilderness, scenic mountain ranges, an extensive coastline, Kangaroo Island, Murray River, Barossa Valley, Adelaide and the beautiful Adelaide Hills. A wine and food centre with 13 wine regions. 

Extended South Australia Tours

 

Kangaroo Island         

Kangaroo Island is a natural wonder and a treasure trove of beauty, wildlife, pristine beaches, untouched bushland, wine and amazing fresh produce, especially seafood. A journey to Kangaroo Island will really refresh the soul and you’ll feel like you are a million miles away, even though you are only a 45 minute ferry ride from the mainland. Enjoy a range of options including

Adelaide & the Adelaide Hills    

Adelaide is the capital city and boasts an elegant, easy-living lifestyle with great festivals, live music events, galleries, design and fashion houses, theatre and architecture. It’s an easy city to get around and easy to get out of when you want to visit some of our famous regions! The Adelaide Hills is just a 20 minute drive from Adelaide through the Mount Lofty Ranges with stunning views across the city right through to the coast. Here you’ll find some of Australia’s best cool-climate wines and incredible restaurants and cellar doors. Australia’s oldest German village, Hahndorf is also a ‘must’ visit for all visitors to South Australia. Enjoy a range of options including

Great Barrier Reef

The Great Barrier Reef Marine Park extends from just north of Bundaberg to the northern tip of Australia at Cape York. Townsville is the home of Reef HQ - the world’s largest living coral reef aquarium. As the National Reef Education Centre for the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority, Reef HQ Aquarium offers impressive exhibits showcasing rare and extraordinary features of the Great Barrier Reef. Magnetic Island is located just 8 kilometres (20 minute ferry ride) off Townsville, Queensland's northern capital where all the facilities one would expect of a modern city are available. 

 

Magnetic Island    

Home to Northern Australia’s largest population of wild koalas, Magnetic Island has an abundance of bird life and native Australian animals for nature enthusiasts. Don’t miss the chance to feed rock wallabies and spot sea turtles, dugongs and whales from the island. Enjoy a range of options including

Townsville   

Townsville, North Queensland's capital, offers a diverse range of experiences from island life with the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park, city sights, tropical rainforest to the rustic outback.

Rottnest Island       

Based in Fremantle, Western Australia, operating passenger ferry services between Fremantle and Rottnest Island. Built in 2012 to the latest safety standards, “Quokka 1” is the most modern and high-tech passenger ferry servicing Rottnest Island.

 

Mandorah & Tiwi Islands    

The quickest link between Darwin, Mandorah and the Tiwi Islands including Bathurst Island Tours

Murray River  

Join Captain Cook Cruises on one of the world’s longest rivers, the mighty Murray River. The Murray basin covers one third of the Australia continent across Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia. Cruise this iconic Australian outback river highway aboard the southern hemisphere’s largest inland paddlewheeler, the PS Murray Princess.

The PS Murray Princess is an authentic working stern paddlewheeler vessel, built to recreate the golden age of Australian paddle steamers. Choose from a fantastic range of expedition, adventure, explorer, wildlife and special event cruises including:

Contacts:

Adelaide
SeaLink: Donna Gauci - +61 8 8202 8631 donna.gauci@sealink.com.au

Townsville
SeaLink: Chris Briggs -  +61 7 4726 0801 chris.briggs@sealink.com.au

Western Australia
SeaLink & Captain Cook Cruises: Andrew Lane +61 8 9325 3341 andrew.lane@sealink.com.au 

Sydney
Captain Cook Cruises: Richard Doyle - +61 2 8238 6724 richardd@captaincook.com.au

 

Sydney Habour Kangaroo Island Queensland

 

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SKYRAIL RAINFOREST CABLEWAY
Cairns, Queensland, Australia

Skyrail Rainforest Cableway is a unique rainforest experience, taking you on an unforgettable journey over and through Australia's World Heritage listed Tropical Rainforests.

Spanning 7.5kms in the Barron Gorge National Park, Skyrail Rainforest Cableway glides just metres over the canopy, its comfortable six-person gondola cabins providing spectacular views of the rainforest, tropical Cairns, the Coral Sea and lush Cairns Highlands. Your adventure includes time at two mid-stations, where you can alight from the cableway learn more about this fascinating environment from the forest floor.

At Red Peak Station, Skyrail's Rangers provide guided boardwalk tours sharing their knowledge on these ancient tropical forests, amongst giant buttress roots, ancient Kauri Pines and climbing wait-a-while palms. Barron Falls Station has pathways and lookouts over the Barron Gorge and Falls, historical displays and a Rainforest Interpretation Centre. Developed in conjunction with CSIRO, the Rainforest Interpretation Centre houses interactive touch-screen computers and audio-visual displays, providing an engaging and fun learning experience for people of all ages.

Multiple winner of the Qantas Award for Excellence in Sustainable Tourism, Skyrail is The World's Most Beautiful Rainforest Experience and is a convenient 10-minutes from Cairns and 50-minutes from Port Douglas.

SKYRAIL RAINFOREST CABLEWAY
Cairns, Queensland, Australia

Skyrail Rainforest Cableway is a unique rainforest experience, taking you on an unforgettable journey over and through Australia's World Heritage listed Tropical Rainforests.

Spanning 7.5kms in the Barron Gorge National Park, Skyrail Rainforest Cableway glides just metres over the canopy, its comfortable six-person gondola cabins providing spectacular views of the rainforest, tropical Cairns, the Coral Sea and lush Cairns Highlands. Your adventure includes time at two mid-stations, where you can alight from the cableway learn more about this fascinating environment from the forest floor.

At Red Peak Station, Skyrail's Rangers provide guided boardwalk tours sharing their knowledge on these ancient tropical forests, amongst giant buttress roots, ancient Kauri Pines and climbing wait-a-while palms. Barron Falls Station has pathways and lookouts over the Barron Gorge and Falls, historical displays and a Rainforest Interpretation Centre. Developed in conjunction with CSIRO, the Rainforest Interpretation Centre houses interactive touch-screen computers and audio-visual displays, providing an engaging and fun learning experience for people of all ages.

Multiple winner of the Qantas Award for Excellence in Sustainable Tourism, Skyrail is The World's Most Beautiful Rainforest Experience and is a convenient 10-minutes from Cairns and 50-minutes from Port Douglas.

SKYRAIL RAINFOREST CABLEWAY Cairns, Queensland, Australia Skyrail Rainforest Cableway is a unique rainforest...
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Strung like a string of deep green pearls from Papua New Guinea to Vanuatu, the Solomon Islands is the epitome of a hidden South Pacific Paradise, a true living culture, rich with art, dance and the iconic sound of the panpipe music synonymous with the 'Hapi Isles' as they are so aptly named.  Hard to believe then that this sun-kissed, tucked away corner of the earth formed the backdrop for the battle of Guadalcanal in August 1942, one of the bloodiest of the Pacific campaign - every step taken in the Solomon Islands is a journey into history.

 

Strung like a string of deep green pearls from Papua New Guinea to Vanuatu, the Solomon Islands is the epitome of a hidden South Pacific Paradise, a true living culture, rich with art, dance and the iconic sound of the panpipe music synonymous with the 'Hapi Isles' as they are so aptly named.  Hard to believe then that this sun-kissed, tucked away corner of the earth formed the backdrop for the battle of Guadalcanal in August 1942, one of the bloodiest of the Pacific campaign - every step taken in the Solomon Islands is a journey into history.

 

Strung like a string of deep green pearls from Papua New Guinea to Vanuatu, the Solomon Islands is the epitome of a...
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The South Australian Tourism Commission (SATC) is a state government agency responsible for marketing and developing tourism products for domestic and international consumers. The SATC has a corporate goal of reaching $6.4 billion in tourism expenditure for the state by 2014, and the cruise industry is a key contributor in successfully reaching this target. Key ports of call are Adelaide, Port Lincoln and Kangaroo Island. The SATC markets to cruise lines and partners other govt departments and private stakeholders to develop port infrastructure and educate tourism operators working in the cruise industry.

The South Australian Tourism Commission (SATC) is a state government agency responsible for marketing and developing tourism products for domestic and international consumers. The SATC has a corporate goal of reaching $6.4 billion in tourism expenditure for the state by 2014, and the cruise industry is a key contributor in successfully reaching this target. Key ports of call are Adelaide, Port Lincoln and Kangaroo Island. The SATC markets to cruise lines and partners other govt departments and private stakeholders to develop port infrastructure and educate tourism operators working in the cruise industry.

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Join Sunlover Reef Cruises to discover and explore the wonders of the Great Barrier Reef.

Our comfortable air-conditioned catamarans depart daily from Cairns for our Outer Moore Reef pontoon where you can enjoy 4 hours at the reef featuring an impressive array of complimentary inclusions such as snorkelling equipment, glass bottom boat and semi-submersible coral viewing tours, underwater observatory, touch tank and a sumptuous buffet lunch.

Your Day includes:

  • Travel to the reef on-board our fast air-conditioned catamaran
  • Free tea and coffee on boarding the vessel
  • Informative presentation hosted by our marine naturalist
  • All snorkelling equipment and expert instruction
  • Glass bottom boat and semi-submersible tours
  • Snorkelling enclosure with rest and view stations
  • Fully enclosed kids pool
  • Touch tank to experience unique marine life up close
  • Underwater observatory
  • Fish feeding presentation (daily at 3:20pm)
  • Freshwater showers and change rooms
  • Tropical buffet lunch including fresh seafood, hot dishes, salads and tropical fruits
  • Full bar facilities
  • Tea and coffee prior to pontoon departure

There are also a variety of optional extras available including Scuba Diving, Guided Snorkeling Tours and Seawalker Helmet Diving. Sunlover Reef Cruises offers genuine value for money to enhance people’s experience, regardless of age and ability, to discover beauty and diversity of the Great Barrier Reef.

Even if you cannot swim you will still enjoy a complete experience with Sunlover Reef Cruises.

Join Sunlover Reef Cruises to discover and explore the wonders of the Great Barrier Reef.

Our comfortable air-conditioned catamarans depart daily from Cairns for our Outer Moore Reef pontoon where you can enjoy 4 hours at the reef featuring an impressive array of complimentary inclusions such as snorkelling equipment, glass bottom boat and semi-submersible coral viewing tours, underwater observatory, touch tank and a sumptuous buffet lunch.

Your Day includes:

  • Travel to the reef on-board our fast air-conditioned catamaran
  • Free tea and coffee on boarding the vessel
  • Informative presentation hosted by our marine naturalist
  • All snorkelling equipment and expert instruction
  • Glass bottom boat and semi-submersible tours
  • Snorkelling enclosure with rest and view stations
  • Fully enclosed kids pool
  • Touch tank to experience unique marine life up close
  • Underwater observatory
  • Fish feeding presentation (daily at 3:20pm)
  • Freshwater showers and change rooms
  • Tropical buffet lunch including fresh seafood, hot dishes, salads and tropical fruits
  • Full bar facilities
  • Tea and coffee prior to pontoon departure

There are also a variety of optional extras available including Scuba Diving, Guided Snorkeling Tours and Seawalker Helmet Diving. Sunlover Reef Cruises offers genuine value for money to enhance people’s experience, regardless of age and ability, to discover beauty and diversity of the Great Barrier Reef.

Even if you cannot swim you will still enjoy a complete experience with Sunlover Reef Cruises.

Join Sunlover Reef Cruises to discover and explore the wonders of the Great Barrier Reef. Our comfortable air-...
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Svitzer has provided safety and support at sea since 1833. They are continuing this tradition as the global market leader within towage and marine related services. 

Svitzer provides a crucial link in the Australian supply chain with more than 50,000 tug movements a year, making our ports safer and more effcient.  Svitzer Australia is also the largest employer of Australian seafarers. 

Svitzer is part of the Maersk Group and is proud to be part of the Svitzer fleet of more than 430 vessels and operations all over the world. 

Svitzer has provided safety and support at sea since 1833. They are continuing this tradition as the global market leader within towage and marine related services. 

Svitzer provides a crucial link in the Australian supply chain with more than 50,000 tug movements a year, making our ports safer and more effcient.  Svitzer Australia is also the largest employer of Australian seafarers. 

Svitzer is part of the Maersk Group and is proud to be part of the Svitzer fleet of more than 430 vessels and operations all over the world. 

Svitzer has provided safety and support at sea since 1833. They are continuing this tradition as the global market...
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Sydney Opera House Tour

Discover insider secrets and stories of the Opera House, artists and performances, and step inside the iconic theatres & foyers that bring to life over 1800 performances each year. Explore the building with our friendly guides, learn about how Jørn Utzon’s vision came into existence against impossible odds, and capture photographs from rare vantage points. Add a Tasting Plate to your tour which can be taken as lunch or dinner.  Enjoy mini burgers, crispy fries, bite size prawns and plank-roasted salmon, plump dumplings and fresh sushi and savour one of the world’s most beautiful harbour views.

Sydney Opera House Backstage Tour

Take the VIP backstage experience within an intimate group and explore the exclusive domain of performers. On this two hour exploration, see first-hand what it’s like inside the orchestra pit, explore inside a dressing room and hear insider stories and secrets from your tour guide along the way. Complete the experience with a delicious, hot breakfast served in the Green Room. Pre bookings are essential for this product.

Opening Hours: The Sydney Opera House Tour and Tour and Tasting Plate are available daily from 9:00 am – 5:00 pm. The Backstage Tour departs once a day at 7:00 am.

 

Sydney Opera House Tour

Discover insider secrets and stories of the Opera House, artists and performances, and step inside the iconic theatres & foyers that bring to life over 1800 performances each year. Explore the building with our friendly guides, learn about how Jørn Utzon’s vision came into existence against impossible odds, and capture photographs from rare vantage points. Add a Tasting Plate to your tour which can be taken as lunch or dinner.  Enjoy mini burgers, crispy fries, bite size prawns and plank-roasted salmon, plump dumplings and fresh sushi and savour one of the world’s most beautiful harbour views.

Sydney Opera House Backstage Tour

Take the VIP backstage experience within an intimate group and explore the exclusive domain of performers. On this two hour exploration, see first-hand what it’s like inside the orchestra pit, explore inside a dressing room and hear insider stories and secrets from your tour guide along the way. Complete the experience with a delicious, hot breakfast served in the Green Room. Pre bookings are essential for this product.

Opening Hours: The Sydney Opera House Tour and Tour and Tasting Plate are available daily from 9:00 am – 5:00 pm. The Backstage Tour departs once a day at 7:00 am.

 

Sydney Opera House Tour Discover insider secrets and stories of the Opera House, artists and performances, and step...
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Sydney OutBack Day trips offers nature and off the beaten path tours, featuring Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park – one of Australia’s most remarkable landscapes and the country’s second oldest National Park. Experience Sydney’s spectacular ‘outback’ – its Northern National Parks and beaches, featuring insightful commentary, picturesque photo opportunities, cultural experiences and an opportunity to appreciate Aboriginal heritage and understand the true story of Colonial Australia’s first 50 years.  Our tours journey by land on our 23 seat Mitsubishi Rosa tour bus, and water on board our 50ft power catamaran, licenced for 64 passengers and moored at Akuna Bay Marina in the heart of Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park

Sydney OutBack Day trips offers nature and off the beaten path tours, featuring Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park – one of Australia’s most remarkable landscapes and the country’s second oldest National Park. Experience Sydney’s spectacular ‘outback’ – its Northern National Parks and beaches, featuring insightful commentary, picturesque photo opportunities, cultural experiences and an opportunity to appreciate Aboriginal heritage and understand the true story of Colonial Australia’s first 50 years.  Our tours journey by land on our 23 seat Mitsubishi Rosa tour bus, and water on board our 50ft power catamaran, licenced for 64 passengers and moored at Akuna Bay Marina in the heart of Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park

Sydney OutBack Day trips offers nature and off the beaten path tours, featuring Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park – one...
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Nestling between the lofty heights of Mt Wellington and the sparkling estuary of the Derwent, Hobart is a city that’s shaped and defined by hills, bushland and water.

Hobart is the gateway to Tasmania, the perfect base for explorations of southern Tasmania, with all the region’s attractions accessible in an easy day’s touring.

The Tasmanian Travel & Information Centre located near the waterfront, has dedicated local staff, ready to help you make the most of your visit to Hobart & Tasmania

Offering Information services by our trained staff and volunteers for the cruise passengers directly as thet step off the vessel in the Hobart Cruise Terminal.

Nestling between the lofty heights of Mt Wellington and the sparkling estuary of the Derwent, Hobart is a city that’s shaped and defined by hills, bushland and water.

Hobart is the gateway to Tasmania, the perfect base for explorations of southern Tasmania, with all the region’s attractions accessible in an easy day’s touring.

The Tasmanian Travel & Information Centre located near the waterfront, has dedicated local staff, ready to help you make the most of your visit to Hobart & Tasmania

Offering Information services by our trained staff and volunteers for the cruise passengers directly as thet step off the vessel in the Hobart Cruise Terminal.

Nestling between the lofty heights of Mt Wellington and the sparkling estuary of the Derwent, Hobart is a city that’s...
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Devonport is a gateway port of Tasmania's northern coastline enjoying stunning river, ocean and mountain views and a bounty of fresh produce on its doorstep.  The area is rich in man-made produce with local producers Ashgrove Farm Cheese, Anvers Chocolates, Christmas Hills Raspberry Farm and Ghost Rock Winery all located within a short distance of the city.

Devonport is a gateway port of Tasmania's northern coastline enjoying stunning river, ocean and mountain views and a bounty of fresh produce on its doorstep.  The area is rich in man-made produce with local producers Ashgrove Farm Cheese, Anvers Chocolates, Christmas Hills Raspberry Farm and Ghost Rock Winery all located within a short distance of the city.

Devonport is a gateway port of Tasmania's northern coastline enjoying stunning river, ocean and mountain views and a...
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Capital city of Tasmania, Australia's smallest state and the world's number one temperate island and eco-travel destination hotspot.

Hobart, Australia's second oldest city is the state's gateway to may and varied world class destinations including World Heritage areas, superb scenery, colonial heritage and other natural attractions.

Capital city of Tasmania, Australia's smallest state and the world's number one temperate island and eco-travel destination hotspot.

Hobart, Australia's second oldest city is the state's gateway to may and varied world class destinations including World Heritage areas, superb scenery, colonial heritage and other natural attractions.

Capital city of Tasmania, Australia's smallest state and the world's number one temperate island and eco-travel...
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Welcomes cruise ships to its Beauty Point wharf, located in a village environment with a strong maritime presence including aquaculture attractions such as Seahorse World.

A complimentary bus shuttle service via a scenic route is provided to Launceston. Other attractions include Cradle Mountain, vineyards and trout fishing.

Welcomes cruise ships to its Beauty Point wharf, located in a village environment with a strong maritime presence including aquaculture attractions such as Seahorse World.

A complimentary bus shuttle service via a scenic route is provided to Launceston. Other attractions include Cradle Mountain, vineyards and trout fishing.

Welcomes cruise ships to its Beauty Point wharf, located in a village environment with a strong maritime presence...
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The Australian Opal & Diamond Collection is one of Australia’s leading Opal and Diamond Merchants Specialising in the Cruise Industry.

For over a Decade AODC have been supplying some of Australia’s most exquisite and rare Opal and Diamond merchandise to liners across the globe.

The Australian Opal & Diamond Collection is one of Australia’s leading Opal and Diamond Merchants Specialising in the Cruise Industry.

For over a Decade AODC have been supplying some of Australia’s most exquisite and rare Opal and Diamond merchandise to liners across the globe.

The Australian Opal & Diamond Collection is one of Australia’s leading Opal and Diamond Merchants Specialising in...
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Today, people and businesses are faced with ever-increasing levels of volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity, with many people, employees, businesses and leaders alike, either unaware or feeling ill-equipped to deal with this dilemma.

The BHive is here to help people and businesses to transform, perform, grow and innovate their way to ongoing success, so that they can future proof themselves against the rate of technological change.

By providing business optimisation, growth and innovation, education and insights services and initiatives, The BHive provides a path to transformation (businesses and people) into a sustainable ‘being’ that is agile and competitive, yet can withstand disruption and adapt accordingly.

Today, people and businesses are faced with ever-increasing levels of volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity, with many people, employees, businesses and leaders alike, either unaware or feeling ill-equipped to deal with this dilemma.

The BHive is here to help people and businesses to transform, perform, grow and innovate their way to ongoing success, so that they can future proof themselves against the rate of technological change.

By providing business optimisation, growth and innovation, education and insights services and initiatives, The BHive provides a path to transformation (businesses and people) into a sustainable ‘being’ that is agile and competitive, yet can withstand disruption and adapt accordingly.

Today, people and businesses are faced with ever-increasing levels of volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity...
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Locally owned and operated by the Woodward family, The CaPTA Group operates tours and attractions in Tropical North Queensland. The group comprises Rainforestation Nature Park and Australian Butter y Sanctuary in Kuranda, Wildlife Habitat in Port Douglas, Cairns ZOOM and Wildlife Dome in Cairns, Tropic Wings Cairns Tours, Jungle Tours, ABC Sales & Maintenance and Careers Training Centre.

Tropic Wings provides a comprehensive range of the best quality 4 and 5-star vehicles to cater for all transport requirements. Amongst our modern eet you will nd varying vehicle sizes and seating capacities ranging from 7 to 57. Tropic Wings currently caters charters for many Cruiseships throughout the year docking in Trinity Wharf, Yorkeys Knob and Port Douglas, with all of our attractions visited by many of these cruise ship passengers. 

Locally owned and operated by the Woodward family, The CaPTA Group operates tours and attractions in Tropical North Queensland. The group comprises Rainforestation Nature Park and Australian Butter y Sanctuary in Kuranda, Wildlife Habitat in Port Douglas, Cairns ZOOM and Wildlife Dome in Cairns, Tropic Wings Cairns Tours, Jungle Tours, ABC Sales & Maintenance and Careers Training Centre.

Tropic Wings provides a comprehensive range of the best quality 4 and 5-star vehicles to cater for all transport requirements. Amongst our modern eet you will nd varying vehicle sizes and seating capacities ranging from 7 to 57. Tropic Wings currently caters charters for many Cruiseships throughout the year docking in Trinity Wharf, Yorkeys Knob and Port Douglas, with all of our attractions visited by many of these cruise ship passengers. 

Locally owned and operated by the Woodward family, The CaPTA Group operates tours and attractions in Tropical North...
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TCS is one of Australia’s longest established Marine Consultancies providing services to the shipping industry on a broad range of activities including cruise and passenger shipping as well as being the regional representatives for the Port of Los Angeles.

TCS is one of Australia’s longest established Marine Consultancies providing services to the shipping industry on a broad range of activities including cruise and passenger shipping as well as being the regional representatives for the Port of Los Angeles.

TCS is one of Australia’s longest established Marine Consultancies providing services to the shipping industry on a...
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Represents Australia's Great Barrier Reef state, the only Australian state able to offer all year round cruising opportunities and itineraries.

Cruise destinations include Brisbane, Cairns, Port Douglas, Cape York, Cooktown, Dunk, Fraser, Hinchinbrook, Lady Elliot, Lizard and Thursday Islands, Townsville and the Whitsundays.

Represents Australia's Great Barrier Reef state, the only Australian state able to offer all year round cruising opportunities and itineraries.

Cruise destinations include Brisbane, Cairns, Port Douglas, Cape York, Cooktown, Dunk, Fraser, Hinchinbrook, Lady Elliot, Lizard and Thursday Islands, Townsville and the Whitsundays.

Represents Australia's Great Barrier Reef state, the only Australian state able to offer all year round cruising...
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This is Australia's national tourism office responsible for promoting Australia as an international tourism destination It strongly encourages the development of the cruise industry.

Tourism Australia's objectives are:

  • To influence people to travel to Australia, including for events;
  • To influence people travelling to Australia to also travel throughout Australia;
  • To influence Australians to travel throughout Australia, including for events;
  • To help foster a sustainable tourism industry in Australia; and
  • To help increase the economic benefits to Australia from tourism.

This is Australia's national tourism office responsible for promoting Australia as an international tourism destination It strongly encourages the development of the cruise industry.

Tourism Australia's objectives are:

  • To influence people to travel to Australia, including for events;
  • To influence people travelling to Australia to also travel throughout Australia;
  • To influence Australians to travel throughout Australia, including for events;
  • To help foster a sustainable tourism industry in Australia; and
  • To help increase the economic benefits to Australia from tourism.
This is Australia's national tourism office responsible for promoting Australia as an international tourism destination...

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