New Zealand and Australia School Trips
New Zealand and Australia Tours for Middle School, High School and College Students
The itineraries listed are a sampling to give you an IDEA of what EA Tours can do for you.
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DAY 1: Today you depart the United States on your overnight flight to Sydney, Australia. Meals will be served and in-flight entertainment will be offered. Please consult your flight schedule for pertinent details.
DAY 9: Morning departure for Dunedin. On the way will be a visit to the former gold mining village of Arrowtown at the foot of steep Crown Ridge, and a visit to the Lakes District Museum. You will continue to the gold fields complex at Cromwell and on through the historic Central Otago region to Dunedin.
DAY 10: Morning walking tour, followed by a visit to the local Marine Center. In the afternoon you will continue sightseeing in this Scottish influenced town focusing on the Tairoa Peninsula and visits to Larnoch Castle, an extravagant fantasy built by William Larnoch who was an Australian born businessman and politician; and a local penguin colony.
DAY 11: AM departure from your hotel to the Dunedin airport and your flight to Rotorua on the North Island. Upon arrival in Rotorua you will transfer to your hotel. The remainder of the day will be at leisure to explore this area of spurting geysers and sulfur springs. In the evening you will enjoy a Maori hangi (feast) and concert at the hotel*.
DAY 12: Today is devoted to continued sightseeing in Rotorua including Whakarewarewa thermal reserve, Agrodoma sheep farm, Paradise Springs trout pools, and Skyline gondola.
DAY 13: AM departure for Auckland via Matamata. You will enjoy a farm visit and lunch at Longlands complex. Upon arrival in Auckland you will enjoy brief sightseeing with a visit to the Kelly Tarlton's Underwater World and Antarctic Encounter.
DAY 14: Today you are at leisure to enjoy this "City of Sails." One can explore Auckland on foot and using the city bus system, or you may wish to take an optional guided tour. Several are available. Some highlights in the city might include parks such as Albert Park or Auckland Domain; Auckland Institute and Museum with Maori artifacts; Cathedral Church of St. Mary, a Gothic wooden church built in 1886; or Waitemata Harbour.
DAY 15: Depart New Zealand for the United States, taking with you treasured memories of your incredible journey.
** Please remember, this itinerary is simply a sampling of what is available.