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Cruises visiting Timaru & all Timaru cruises for  2020

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Timaru is a major New Zealand port that is located 160km SW of Christchurch. Timaru has been constructed on rolling hills created from the lava flows of the extinct Mt Horrible volcano. This results in most of the main streets being undulated, a clear contrast with the flat landscape of the Canterbury Plains to the north. Timaru also has many grand Victorian and Edwardian buildings constructed in local volcanic bluestone. The popular beachside attraction of Caroline Bay has a safe swimming beach, maze, mini golf course, aviary, landscaped piazza and wonderful walks. A collection of restaurants and cafes link the beach to the main shopping area.

The city’s excellent South Canterbury Museum has great displays of the historic settlement of the district, all kinds of whaling relics, fossil remains, and Maori rock art. Then there’s the information about a local inventor and his attempts at manned flight in the first years of the 20th century. The Aigantighe (pronounced ‘egg and tie’) Art Gallery holds a collection of New Zealand, Pacific, Asian, and European art works from the sixteenth century to the present day and includes a sculpture garden. Many appreciate visiting the DB Mainland Brewery in Sheffield Street, as it offers tours and tasting sessions.

In addition to the parkland of the Bay Area, there are a number of open spaces, public gardens and parks. To the south of the city centre are the Timaru Botanic Gardens, first laid out in 1864, with a notable collection of roses and native tree ferns. To the west is the Centennial Park Reserve, opened in 1940, where visitors can trek a tranquil 3.5 km walkway following the wooded valley of the Otipua Creek. Also of great interest to many is the experience based on Ngai Tahu culture and their ancestors’ famous rock drawings. Join guides at the tribal Rock Art Centre to tour the iconic rock art sites in the Aoraki district.

Cruises visiting Timaru in 2020

Currently sailing Sold out Available OBC = Onboard credit
Date Route Cruise Ports From $/Day

7

FEB

Silver Muse cruises

17

NIGHTS

Silver Muse cruises

$11,900

$700

14

FEB

Seabourn Encore cruises

16

NIGHTS

Seabourn Encore cruises Up to $100 OBC

$10,698

$669

Timaru cruises

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Australia & New Zealand Cruise 7014
Timaru cruises from Timaru 2019-2020-2021
16 nights from
$10,698
Voyage 6003 Cruise
Timaru cruises from Timaru 2019-2020-2021
17 nights from
$11,900
Voyage 6003 Cruise
Timaru cruises from Timaru 2019-2020-2021
17 nights from
$11,900