Celebrity Unveils Aussie Land Tours

Celebrity Cruises has announced it will provide two multi-day Australia land extensions when it begins its first season Down Under in November 2007. Travelers can choose a three-night land package with time in Sydney and Cairns or a five-night land extension with a night in Sydney, two nights in Ayers Rock and two nights in Port Douglas. These bundles can be added before or after one of Celebrity's six 14-night departures between Auckland and Sydney from December 2007 through March 2008. Visit [www.celebrity.com].

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