Escorted tour operator, APT has unveiled its most popular itineraries across Australia and New Zealand in a new Unforgettable Australia and New Zealand 2016/17 brochure.

The new launch follows 'phenomenal sales' growth for Australia and New Zealand according to the operator, with bookings a double-digit percentage ahead for 2016 compared to the same time last year.

Itineraries range from a 28-day luxury New Zealand Splendour tour taking in more than 12 different destinations, as well as a cruise and alpine train, to an exclusive 15-day small group and four-wheel-drive Kimberley Complete tour featuring wilderness lodges.

Highlights for agents selling Australia and New Zealand include guaranteed departures; all sightseeing, accommodation, overseas transfers and most meals are included; itineraries featuring immersive tours, with a two-night stay in most destinations, and up to four nights included in iconic cities such as Melbourne and Sydney; and savings of up to £1,200 per couple on the 28-day New Zealand Splendour tour when booked before October 31, and more than £500 per couple on a host of other tours until February 29, 2016.

Immersive tour experiences include overnight cruises on selected New Zealand itineraries, a 20-day Great New Zealand Rail and Cruise tour featuring six different scenic rail journeys, and the addition of Port Douglas on several Australia tours to offer additional beach relaxation time.

As an example of prices, a 12-day premium East Coast Adventure tour costs from £2,595 per person including 18 meals, transfers, accommodation and all excursions. The itinerary takes in Sydney, Port Macquarie, Byron Bay, Brisbane, Hervey Bay (for Fraser Island), Rockhampton, Airlie Beach (for Whitsunday National Park), Townsville, Mission Beach and Cairns, and travel dates are from April 2016 to March 2017. Clients booking by February 29, 2016 can take advantage of savings of up to £400 per couple.

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