Cunard postpones inaugural Australian gardening cruise – Travel Weekly
In a blow to all green thumb cruise fanatics, Cunard has moved his first Australian gardening trip to 2023.
Previously scheduled for December 14, 2021, the seven-night gardening trip will now depart Melbourne on February 4, 2023.
In June, Cunard canceled its 2021/2022 Australian cruise season due to ongoing global restrictions.
The trip offers the opportunity to combine the love of gardening while enjoying a summer cruise on queen elizabeth in the southern waters of Australia.
Gardening experts and well-known personalities such as Graham Ross and Jamie Durie will join the trip to share their knowledge and garden trends with guests in informative discussions, shore excursions and intimate dinners.
Topics will include the rose garden, small garden design, beekeeping, lawn care, and growing native plants, to name a few.
that of queen elizabeth Renowned entertainment program will have a green twist with botanical themed tea, ‘garden to plate’ lectures and cooking classes focused on using ingredients from your garden, and even a special animated gardening trivia by the wonderful Julia Zaetta, the longtime former editor of Better houses and gardens.
The cruise will visit the popular ports of Adelaide, Hobart, and Port Arthur with gardening-themed shore excursions. These new tours will be announced soon and are in addition to Cunard’s already extensive tour options.