Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall on royal tour

Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall on royal tour

With Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall’s current tour of Australasia, and I’m A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here back on our screens, has compiled top deals to a host of destinations in Australasia.

So pack your bags and explore these great destinations:

Bangalore, IndiaIt has widely been widely reported that the Duchess of Cornwall enjoyed an Indian Spa retreat in Bangalore to prepare herself for the Royal Tour Australasia. The Duchess enjoyed the benefits of a health and spa centre offering extensive rejuvenation treatments complete with fruit garden, lotus pond and scenic views. Take a leaf out of Camilla’s book and stay at the five star The Park in Bangalore, located closely to Bangalore Palace, Lal Bagh Botanical Garden and the shopping centre.

Prices for rooms start from £120. To book, visit

AdelaidePrince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall kick started their tour of Australia in  Adelaide. They experienced a brief but jam-packed trip to the southern city visiting Adelaide Zoo, where they were pictured cuddling Koalas, spent time with Peter Gago in his vineyards tasting an exquisite glass of Cabernet Kalimna Shiraz wine and also the simple pleasure of a Tim Tam. Take inspiration from the royal couple and stay at the four star Clarion Hotel Soho, located in central Adelaide.

Prices for rooms start from £129. To book, visit

MelbourneDuring their time in Melbourne, Prince Charles tried his hand at tapestry and cricket, a sport where the Aussies and Brits have been bitter rivals. Making the most of her first trip to Australia, the Duchess of Cornwall presented a trophy to the winner of the Melbourne Cup, Australia’s biggest horse racing event. Melbourne has plenty more to offer if horse racing isn’t your ideal way of spending an afternoon, stay at the four star Crossley Hotel Melbourne. This boutique hotel is surrounded by classic theatres, China Town, hip bars and unique restaurants.

Prices for rooms start from £99. To book, visit

SydneyThe Duke and Duchess of Cornwall attended an event at the museum of Contemporary Art. In Sydney they also watched a game of rugby league and were also treated to a Diamond Jubilee reception at the Sydney Opera House. To get a taste of your own royal treatment stay at the four-star Oaks Hyde Park Plaza in Sydney and enjoy attractions including the famous Bondi Beach, Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney Opera House, local restaurants, markets and bars.

Prices for rooms start from £120. To book, visit

New ZealandNew Zealand is the final stop of the tour. The Royals visited Wellington, New Zealand’s Weta Workshop where they saw prosthetics and make up from the upcoming Hobbit film and celebrated Prince Charles’ birthday on the 14th November 2012. Enjoy all that New Zealand has to offer and stay at the five-star Peppers Parehua, set on 5 acres of park-like grounds amongst the internationally renowned wineries of the Wairarapa wine region at Martinborough. The hotel also boasts panoramic views stretching to the Tararua Ranges.

Prices for rooms start from £99. To book, visit 

The Gold CoastI’m A Celebrity hit our screens last weekend with a star-studded line up which includes former heavy-weight champion David Haye, Made In Chelsea star Hugo Taylor, Eastenders actress Charlie Brooks and many more. Filming of the series takes place in Springbrook National Park in Gold Coast, Queensland. Enjoy the Gold Coast without the bush-tucker trials and stay at the four-star Outriggers Surfers Paradise hotel, which is perfectly situated at the centre of the entertainment precinct.

Prices for rooms start from £101. To book, visit

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