Centenary Cruise Map - Glenorchy
Centenary Cruise Map - Glenorchy

Centenary Cruise Map - Glenorchy

20 April 2011
Date: 21 Oct 2012
Time: 8:00am, 10:30am
Duration: 6hrs and 30 mins - 9hrs and 30 mins

Trace the historical freight and mail routes followed by the TSS Earnslaw, passing sheep stations - Walter Peak, Mount Nicholas, Elfin Bay, Greenstone plus the small settlement of Kinloch.

Enjoy the 1900's theme with entertainment, morning/ afternoon tea and historians on board. At Glenorchy, disembark for lunch (at own expense) and spend time exploring the area.

Travel options include:

  • Option 1: Return cruise from Queenstown to Glenorchy and back (adult $250, child $125). Depart Steamer Wharf 8:00am. Duration 9 hrs 30mins.
  • Option 2: Cruise to Glenorchy and coach back to Queenstown (adult $175, child $87.50). Depart Steamer Wharf 8:00am. Duration 6 hrs 30mins.
  • Option 3: Coach to Glenorchy and cruise back to Queenstown (adult $175, child 87.50). Dpeart Steamer Wharf 10:30am. Duration 7hrs 30mins.

High Country Station Cruise (two ways) - Glenorchy

Date: 21 October 2012
Time: 8am
Duration: 9hrs 30 mins
Prices: $250 adult
$125 child

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Please note:

  • Child rates apply for 5 - 14 years and infants 0 - 4 years carried free of charge.
  • Please check in 20 minutes prior to departure.

High Country Station Cruise (one way) & Coach - Glenorchy

Date: 21 October 2012
Time: 8am
Duration: 6hrs 30 mins
Prices: $175 adult
$87.50 child

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Please note:

  • Child rates apply for 5 - 14 years and infants 0 - 4 years carried free of charge.
  • Please check in 20 minutes prior to departure.

Coach & High Country Station Cruise (one way) - Glenorchy

Date: 21 October 2012
Time: 10:30am
Duration: 7hrs 30 mins
Prices: $175 adult
$87.5 child

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Please note:

  • Child rates apply for 5 - 14 years and infants 0 - 4 years carried free of charge.
  • Please check in 20 minutes prior to departure.




 

The TSS Earnslaw is the first and only vessel in New Zealand to be classified as a Heritage One under a District plan.

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