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14 Night - Kiwi Adventure - Scenic New Zealand Cruise

Includes $100 onboard spending money per cabin!

Package Details


From AU$1,631* twin share

Cruise Line: P&O Cruises Australia
Ship: Pacific Adventure
Duration: 14 Nights
Cabin: Inside
Ports: Round trip from Sydney


Sydney, At Sea, Cruise Fjordland National Park, Port Chalmers (Dunedin), Lyttelton (Christchurch), Wellington, Napier, Tauranga, Auckland, Bay of Islands, At Sea, Sydney


Pricing based on departure date 15 November 2024.

Includes $100 onboard spending money per cabin

New Zealand has a dizzying list of sights and experiences to offer. From sweeping glaciers to long sandy beaches, Māori legends to wine-tasting, Milford Sound and Fiordland or Middle Earth, here are our top 5 must-do activities during a cruise to New Zealand.

Escape to another world on a New Zealand cruise. Marvel its untouched beauty, fall in love with its World Heritage-listed wonders and unearth millennia of Māori culture. From Wellington to Fiordland, a P&O Cruise covers all the best travel destinations in New Zealand. 

What's Included 

  •  Dining 

  •  Entertainment 

  •  Fitness Center 

  •  Pools 

Cruise Overview 

  •  Pacific Adventure 

  •  P&O Sea Australia & New Zealand 

  •  5 ports 

  •  10 Nights 

Pacific Adventure

Along with some exciting new additions we know you'll love, she  will have many of P&O's signature features and a range of activities for the young and young at heart including Edge Adventure Park, four dedicated kids clubs, spectacular entertainment and a range of delicious dining options and more


Australia's most illustrious city is the country's capital in everything but name. It possesses one of the most beautiful harbour settings in the world, and emanates with a intermingling of history, ruggedness and sophistication.

Port Chalmers (Dunedin)

Lying at the head of a fiord-like inlet surrounded by seven hills, this city was once the largest and wealthiest city in the country, thanks to its gold fields. It's said to be one of the most perfectly preserved Victorian cities in the world.

Christchurch (Lyttelton) 

This portside town is an incredible mix of eclectic style, chilled vibes, and high-end dining. Houses rise up on all sides of the extinct volcanic caldera, shoulder to shoulder to take advantage of the spectacular views. The natural beauty dwarfs the portside industry, with Diamond Harbour a ferry ride across the water earning its name from the sparkling bay, and islands and headlands that change colour with the hour.


Perched on the edge of a spectacular harbour and encircled by green, towering hills, Wellington is a stunning and compact city. Vibrant, exciting and cultured, New Zealand's capital combines the sophistication of a big city with the quirkiness of a charming village.


The seaport tourist city of Napier located on Hawke Bay allows cruisers to marvel at the beautiful Pania of the Reef, an important figure of M?ori mythology. Thousands go here every February to attend the Tremains Art Deco Weekend event to celebrate the city's Art Deco inspired heritage.


The principal city of the Bay of Plenty is a popular Kiwi summer resort with notorious military and missionary legacies. Its legendary Waitomo Caves comprises a vast underground network of water-sculpted, cathedral-like limestone grottoes. Big-game fishing and scuba diving abounds.


Auckland is a lively fusion of international style, local creativity and Polynesian charm. Its urban personality is bold, fast and fashionable, while its seaside ambiance ranges from rugged and untamed to smooth and tranquil.

Bay of Islands

Here you can see where modern New Zealand was born. The Bay of Islands is located 140 miles north of Auckland, New Zealand, in the long finger-like stretch that runs from Auckland to Cape Reinga. Geographically speaking, the Bay of Islands is a "drowned river system" - an area where the sea has inundated a series of river valleys. The Bay of Islands is the finest Maritime Park in New Zealand, with secluded bays and an abundance of marine life. Ever since Captain Cook sailed into this bay containing nearly 150 islands, the region has become a sightseer and settler's delight. Every imaginable water sport is pursued with big game fishing a particular favorite. The Bay's three principal towns Waitangi, Paihia and Russell provide excellent tourist facilities while retaining many monuments to their lively histories.

Terms & Conditions

Conditions apply. Subject to availability and change without notice. Full supplier conditions apply. Valid for new bookings only. Prices valid at the time of publication. Prices are per person based on twin share occupancy unless otherwise stated and displayed in AU$. Member savings are calculated using the original advertised price.

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1300 765 305 (AUST) 0800 956 363 (NZ)