Eden is ideally situated mid way between Sydney and Melbourne , with the third deepest natural harbour in the world. The current wharf and nearby mooring buoys can cater for most cruise ships and the new 200m wharf with its 10.5m draft can handle the largest of cruise ships.
Set in magnificent rugged landscapes with golden sandy beaches and crystal waters to the east and forests and parklands to the west, Eden is a whalewatching wonderland, with regular sightings of Humpbacks, Southern Right, Minke, Killer and even the endangered Blue Whale in Twofold Bay.
Within 30 minutes drive of the port are world class attractions including forests, national parks, heritage and cultural sites, while at the port there is a whaling museum.
Eden's position provides the opportunity for some passengers to visit the national capital, Canberra, and then rejoin the ship in either Sydney or Melbourne.