Circle Australia

23 January - 28 February 2020


36 Nights

Journey Type

Sailing from Australia


22 Ports

23 January

Setting sail from Sydney

One or our favourite cities in the world, we love pretty much everything about Sydney. Offering outdoor living at its best, the city is known for the excellent beaches but offers so much more, including a thriving and varied food scene inspired by Asian and European flavours. Walk through the Royal Botanic Gardens and admire the amazing views of the Harbour Bridge and Opera House from Mrs Macquarie's Chair, enjoy the cafés and bars in The Rocks district, walk across the top of the Harbour Bridge (or enjoy the easier option of a view from the top of one of the stone towers) or just relax on the beach.

Don't miss

The Harbour Bridge is our favourite site in the city, whether you do the Bridge Climb Experience or tour the Pylon Lookout. It's best viewed late afternoon from the east side of Circular Quay.

24 January

At sea

25 January

Australia: Brisbane

26 January

Australia: Mooloolaba

27 January

At sea

28 January

Australia: Airlie Beach

29 January

Australia: Cairns

30 January

At sea

31 January

Papua New Guinea: Alotau

1 February

Papua New Guinea: Port Moresby

2-3 February

At sea

4 February

Australia: Darwin

5 February

At sea

6 February

Indonesia: Komodo Island

7-8 February

Indonesia: Bali

9 February

At sea

10 February

Australia: Broome

11 February

At sea

12 February

Australia: Exmouth

13 February

At sea

14 February

Australia: Fremantle (Perth)

15 February

At sea

16 February

Australia: Esperance

17-18 February

At sea

19 February

Australia: Adelaide

20 February

Australia: Kangaroo Island

21 February

Australia: Portland Bay

22-23 February

Australia: Melbourne

24-25 February

Australia: Phillip Island, Burnie (Tasmania)

26 February

At sea

27 February

Australia: Eden

28 February

Arriving in Sydney

Our tip

Rather than go to Bondi, take a local ferry from Circular Quay (an attraction in itself) to the relaxed northern beaches for a (slightly) less crowded experience.

The Ship

Your home from home

Regent Seven Seas Navigator at sea
Regent Seven Seas Navigator Lounge
Regent Seven Seas Navigator Deluxe and Concierge Suites

When luxury goes exploring, you are on a Regent ship. Intimate and inviting, the comfortable Seven Seas Navigator is the perfect size.

What we love

Just 490 guests enjoy space, comfort and great value on board this, the smallest of the Regent Seven Seas ships. With spacious accommodation, a relaxed and unpretentious style and good dining choices, the most all-inclusive of all luxury cruise lines is perhaps the perfect choice for laid-back travellers.

Capacity 490 Guests
Crew 345 International Staff

Regent Seven Seas offers luxury without pretensions - not too dressy, and with lots of focus on the itineraries. So - with their excellent all-inclusive offer - you might get off the ship without having to pay a single further penny!

  • All meals in all venues, including room service
  • All alcoholic drinks throughout the ship
  • Flights to and from the ship
  • A full selection of shore excursions
  • On board entertainment
  • Sports and fitness facilities
  • Gratuities
More about Seven Seas Navigator

Tailor-make your trip

Ways to make it better
Park Hyatt Sydney

Our favourite hotel in Sydney

So many to choose from, but we love the Park Hyatt – make sure you upgrade to a room with a view.

Jamison Valley, Blue Mountains

Around Sydney

The Blue Mountains is a beautiful area of hikes, waterfalls and unusual rock formations, and a place to learn about the Aboriginal dreamtime.

Get in touch & let us tailor-make your perfect cruise holiday

Call us on 020 7399 7670 or visit us at our comfortable offices just off London's Regent Street.

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Mundy Office Wells Steet, W1T 3PP