Top 8 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Australia & Asia; RSSC Blog

Australia – Great Barrier Reef

Steeped in beauty and history, cuisine and culture, the continents of Australia and Asia offer an array of once-in-a-lifetime experiences. Aboard Seven Seas Mariner’s new Down Under & Far East Grandeur grand voyage, you can see it all on a 52-Night cruise from Sydney to Hong Kong followed by a FREE 15-Night Post-Cruise Land and River Experience ending in Shanghai. Experience complete immersion in the best that these two regions have to offer, and, as an added bonus, visits to 26 ports of call include access to 24 UNESCO World Heritage sites that complete any travel bucket list.

Below, we highlight a few extraordinary experiences that await.

Embarking on January 20, 2019, your first stop is Australia’s vibrant city of Sydney where a must-see visit to the Sydney Opera House awaits. Designed by Danish Architect Jørn Utzon and deemed the Land Down Under’s most famous landmark, the building’s yacht sail design makes it unarguably one of the 20th century’s most unique structures. The Sydney Opera House showcases a variety of performances in opera, theatre and symphony and is best experienced through a one- hour tour.

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