Best Places to Visit in Australia and New Zealand by Superyacht

Now that Australia and New Zealand are settling back into the new normal of our newfound travel bubble, it has never seemed like a better time to organise to visit some of the most beautiful spots between our two beautiful countries, and what better way to do it than by superyacht? Not only will you live in the height of luxury for however many days you choose to go for, but you can also get to some of the best, untouched spots by yacht. Here we look at the best spots to visit in Australia and New Zealand by superyacht.
Cathedral Cove, The Coromandel, New Zealand. The stunning coastline of The Coromandel is simply and undeniably spectacular. From the hot springs that bubble the sand at the aptly named Hot Water Beach to the Mercury and Alderman Islands that lie off the coast. But by far, our favourite spot is Cathedral Cove and the high-arched cave that links it to Mare’s Leg Cove, a stunning natural wonder that is a must-visit.

D’Entrecasteaux Channel, Tasmania, Australia. This little place is located between southeast Tasmania and Bruny Island and was once a busy shipping route for whalers and timber-hauliers. These days, that rich history along with its seen-to-be-believed scenery attracts a more refined travelling crowd of superyachts. Moor at Constitution Dock and pop yourself into Hobart to enjoy some delicious seafood and wine, while taking in the stunning River Derwent.

Nelson Tasman, Abel Tasman National Park, New Zealand. The protected area of this place, along with the extended daylight hours, makes it a perfect place to travel to by yacht owners and yacht charters alike. Famous for its sandy, golden beaches, green bushland and native birdlife, Nelson Tasman is one of the best places to visit on a superyacht. Grapes and hops thrive in the region’s soil, so even better, upon docking, you can enjoy some of the best wines and artisan beer that New Zealand has to offer.

Pittwater, Sydney, Australia. The Sydney Harbour might seem like a bit of an obvious one, but if you cruise approximately 45 minutes down the coast, you’ll get the same space as Sydney Harbour with significantly fewer people. There are plenty of little bays around Pittwater to explore that are covered with beautiful, native Australian bushland as well as stunning coastlines to stop off for a secluded picnic. Pittwater is a perfect summer day waster just outside of the bustling city.

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