Cunard’s inaugural Great Australian Culinary Voyage is celebrating Australian food and wine.
Cunard’s first dedicated culinary cruise onboard the luxurious Queen Elizabeth will highlight all aspects of Australia’s unique produce, and will be joined by some of Australia’s culinary royalty.
Setting sail on 28 January 2023, the inaugural Great Australian Culinary Voyage is a wonderful opportunity for you to indulge in your love of food and wine while enjoying a summer cruise on Queen Elizabeth to Tasmania.
The 5-night sailing departing Sydney via Melbourne and Burnie (Tasmania) highlights all aspects of Australia’s unique culinary offerings and will be joined by some of Australia’s culinary royalty. You will be able to taste exceptional dishes, learn about Indigenous ingredients, sample beautiful Australian drops and immerse yourself in unique local food experiences on bespoke shore excursions.
Some of Australia’s most coveted chefs, wine makers and food critics will shine the spotlight on Australia’s culinary uniqueness and diversity. And exclusive dishes created by talented Australian food icons will make this an unmissable experience for all food enthusiasts.
Ensure you book early to take advantage of this introductory offer and not miss out on this once-in-a-lifetime experience.
Australia’s Culinary Voyage aboard Queen Elizabeth
28 JANUARY 2023 | 5 nights
Departs Sydney to Burnie via Melbourne (return)
Obstructed Oceanview from – $1575pp (Twin Share)
5 Nights | Australia | Cunard: Queen Elizabeth
Sydney NSW Australia
Sat 28 Jan 2023 | Depart 7:00 PM
Sun 29 Jan 2023
Melbourne VIC Australia
Mon 30 Jan 2023 | 7:00 AM To 6:00 PM
Burnie TAS Australia
Tue 31 Jan 2023 | 7:00 AM To 6:00 PM
Wed 1 Feb 2023
Sydney NSW Australia
Thu 2 Feb 2023 | Arrive 6:30 AM
The luxury ocean liner, Queen Elizabeth, or QE as she is affectionately known, arrived in October 2010 where she was named in a spectacular ceremony by Her Majesty The Queen. Recalling the rich heritage of the first Cunarder to bear the name, her elegance both echoes that legendary age and enhances her luxurious modern allure. She was inspired by Cunard’s original Queen Elizabeth, which set sail in 1940, and is a worthy heiress to the title. From fine artworks, rich woods, and Art Deco touches to distinctive venues like the Garden Lounge, the three-tiered Royal Court Theatre and Yacht Club – this is a modern yet elegant vessel. Along with gourmet cuisine and white glove service the Queen Elizabeth offers a perfect blend of British heritage and modern comforts.
- The Grills restaurants offer the most exceptional food and service at sea and the grand Britannia Restaurant reflects the classic golden age of ocean travel.
- The Verandah offers contemporary French cuisine that makes use of seasonal ingredients of exceptional provenance.
- The Garden Lounge is designed to have the feel of a Kew Gardens conservatory. Perfect for enjoying an informal breakfast or a refreshing cocktail, the Lounge also shows live sports events.