Explore New Zealand's Fiordland National Park – home to the famous Dusky, Doubtful and Milford Sound – via a dedicated small-ship cruise.
This wild and stunningly beautiful south-western corner of New Zealand's southern island, the Fiordland National Park, is filled with dramatic glacier-carved valleys and snow-capped mountain ranges.
New Zealand's Fiordlands are a nature lover's paradise and home to a host of endemic penguin and seal species. The Fiordland crested penguin, one of the rarest penguin species in the world, can be found in this area for penguin lovers.
Located on a similar latitude to Chile's fjords, the Fiordland National Park is every bit as picturesque and exciting as its Patagonian cousin. Australian travellers can take advantage of the New Zealand travel bubble to explore this spectacular region of the world.