A household name in Australia, Todd’s versatile career has spanned three decades and shows no sign of slowing down. Already known as Australia’s leading man of song and dance musicals, since 1994 he’s also been the ‘colourful’ and often controversial judge on the Channel 7 hit series ‘Dancing With the Stars.
13th - 21st November 2018
Teddy Tahu Rhodes
The Celtic Tenors●
The Seven Sopranos
Jonathon Welch and the Bravo Choir
The Metropolian Orchestra
Plus Many More
Teddy Tahu Rhodes
Teddy has rapidly established an international career on both the opera stage and concert platform. He has performed with the opera companies of San Francisco, Austin, Washington, Philadelphia, Dallas, Cincinnati, Houston, New York, the Hamburg Staatsoper, Bayerische Staatsoper/Munich, Theatre du Chatelet/Paris, in Vienna, Welsh National Opera and Scottish Opera.
Of The Seas
With acres of glass enclosing the nine-storey central atrium, lifts facing the sea and floor-to-ceiling windows throughout, you’ll never be at a loss for an incredible view on board Radiance of the Seas®. Eight new dining experiences, ranging from casual eats to premium dining. For further information on the variety of culinary options please visit www.chooseyourcruise.com.au for detailed information. Other new features include a Royal Babies and Tots Nursery, VIP guest lounges, and an outdoor, poolside cinema screen.
Impeccable service, classic design, world-class cuisine and comfortable sophistication. Indulge in something you've never experienced before on land or sea, leave any preconceived notions behind. Dig in and try new delicacies.
From world renowned opera sensations and theatrical favourites, to acclaimed classical performers, BRAVO is an all-encompassing musical holiday experience that has to be seen to be believed. Showcasing an array of magnificent music performance by esteemed artists, this cruise will feature a diverse program that traverses classical, musical theatre, opera and much more.
On Board Passenger Choir
Join the on-board passenger choir led by the multi-talented maestro and creator of "The Choir of Hard Knocks" by Jonathon Welch. Truly a must-do on board experience for any avid singer and fellow music lover.
On Board Passenger Choir
Ports of Call
The whole world’s in love with Sydney. It’s stylish, it’s sophisticated, it’s home to some of the friendliest people on the planet. And yes, a few koalas, if you know where to look. What’s not to love? This gateway to the Outback has it all: Endless outdoor adventure around the harbour or in spots like the Blue Mountains. Golden sandy beaches named Bondi, Bilgola and Coogee (which are not only beautiful but also fun to say). A bustling art and entertainment scene. Countless museums, galleries and excellent restaurants where the dishes far exceed the local Vegemite.
Nouméa (New Caledonia)
Nouméa, the charming capital of New Caledonia, has quite a few things to brag about. It’s the third largest island in the South Pacific. It’s home to the world’s largest lagoon and second largest coral reef. And if that’s not enough, it’s part French. The cuisine is fabulous. The shopping’s haute couture. And you’re never very far from a full-bodied glass of French wine. Plus, you also get to visit places like Pierre Vernier Walk, Baie des Citrons, and Place des Cocotiers. Which are almost as much fun to say as they are to see.
Mystery Island (Vanuatu)
Make sure you take a moment to stop and enjoy the peace and serenity of this tranquil island by spending a day on one of the most beautiful South Pacific beaches. The waters are calm and ideal for swimming. You can also take a quick boat tour around the island – it takes only twenty minutes to travel its circumference. Whatever you choose, leisure’s the agenda on one of the world’s few deserted islands.
Lifou (New Caledonia)
Lifou is the capital of the Loyalty Islands, a far-flung archipelago located off the French island New Caledonia, which is east of Australia. Known for its friendly inhabitants and its physical beauty, Lifou is truly an island paradise. The islanders are of mixed Melanesian and Polynesian heritage, with a small European minority. European whalers were the first visitors to the Loyalty Islands and contemporary visitors can still enjoy the islands’ timeless beauty.