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.




 

Other royalty to travel on board have been the King and Queen of Belgium, the Prince of Thailand, the Emperor and Empress of Japan.

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