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Latest New Caledonia holiday deals for September 2020

Relax and unwind in a seaside resort or explore the great outdoors of New Caledonia for less with these holiday deals.


An island paradise that's surrounded by clear, blue waters, New Caledonia is where France meets the South Pacific. But escape to this exotic destination don't have to cost a fortune. Especially when deals like these are available.

Available New Caledonia travel deals

P&O Cruises P&O Cruises

10-night New Year's Eve cruise + Free room upgrade from $1,399

Available on departure from 27-30 December 2020 and 27-30 December 2021. Destinations include Noumea, Isle Of Pines, Lifou, Norfolk Island and Sydney. T&Cs apply.

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Destination International Destination International

10-night South Pacific cruise from $799

Available for travel in 28 June 2021. Includes accommodation and onboard meals. T&Cs apply.

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Groupon Groupon

Sunshine Coast: Up to 51% off South Pacific Resort & Spa stay

Available on select dates until 30 April 2021. Includes bottle of wine on arrival, $25 spa voucher, late check out, shuttle, Wi-Fi and more. Valid for 2 persons. T&Cs apply.

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Fast facts about New Caledonia

Where is it? New Caledonia lies 1,210km east of Australia in the Pacific Ocean.

How do I get there? Flights to the capital, Noumea, depart from Brisbane. Airlines include Qantas, Aircalin, Virgin and Air New Zealand. Direct flights take approximately 2 hours and 10 minutes.

When should I go? Visit in April to witness the Avocado Festival, a celebration of the work of the agricultural community and a chance to experience tribal life on the island of Maré. Or fly over in August for the Bourail Fair, a celebration of bush life; highlights include the delicious local food, the rodeo and the thong-throwing competition.

What should I do? Take a cruise, experience the nightlife in Noumea, explore nature on a quad bike, a horse, a mountain bike or in a canoe, hike one of New Caledonia’s many walking trails through pristine mountains, forests, river valleys, swamps and beaches, and visit a museum to better understand the history of the archipelago and its people.

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