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New Year’s Eve in Sydney

13 November 2012

New Year’s Eve in Sydney

Ring in 2013 with a Sydney Harbour cruise with all drinks included on Topdeck’s Sydney New Year’s Eve trip.

The 4-day adventure for young travellers departs December 30 and features a New Year’s Eve party cruise with cocktail food and unlimited beer, wine, champagne, soft drink and juice from NZ$1660* per person, twin share. (Terms and conditions apply.)

Cruise aboard a two storey catamaran with a large wrap around deck and enjoy amazing views of Sydney’s world famous fireworks display as well as the Opera House and Harbour Bridge.

The package also includes three nights twin share hotel accommodation at Vibe Hotel Rushcutters Bay with daily breakfast, a welcome dinner and drink and one day transit pass. There’s also plenty of free time to explore Sydney’s sights including Darling Harbour, Bondi Beach and China Town.

Topdeck is a leading operator of holidays for 18 to 30 something year old travellers.

For more information contact Topdeck on 0800 525 366 or visit www.topdeck.travel or your local travel agent.

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