AUSTRALIA CRUISES

From the instantly recognisable outline of the Sydney Opera House to the breath-taking beauty of the Great Barrier Reef, Australia is on almost everybody’s bucket list.

AUSTRALIA PORTS

Discover our Australia ports of call.

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    Adelaide

    South Australia’s easy-going capital is your portal to the rugged Outback and outdoor adventure, as well as some of the country’s finest vineyards. Hop over to Kangaroo Island for indigenous wildlife.

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    Airlie Beach

    Airlie Beach is one of the best departure points for excursions to the Great Barrier Reef. Charming shops and exhilarating skydives will make sure you have a memorable visit.

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    Brisbane

    Fulfil a dream and take a 1930s ferry to Lone Pine Sanctuary to cuddle koalas. Sightsee in style by rickshaw or visit Roma Street Parkland – the world’s largest subtropical city garden.

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    Cairns (Yorkey's Knob)

    Casuarina trees and coconut palms line the beaches of this subtropical paradise. Spot bottlenose dolphins, try a new water sport, or linger for hours over a meal at a waterfront bistro.

  • Esperance

    Esperance has plenty of beaches and offers a number of water activities. It's perfect for swimming - and even better for surfing as it is home to the world's heaviest wave, the Cyclops.

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    Hobart

    Take in the waterfront scene at Salamanca Place or savour a glass of wine at the Moorilla Wine Estate. Hobart’s Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens boasts the world’s only sub-Antarctic plant house.

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    Melbourne

    A melting pot of migrant influences, many call Melbourne Australia’s cultural capital. Browse the 1,000-plus stalls of Queen Vic market or visit the Abbotsford Convent with its galleries, restaurants and gardens.

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    Newcastle

    In Newcastle, natural attractions offer opportunities for exploring – follow a bush walk trail at Blackbutt Reserve to see koalas, kangaroos and native birds. Alternatively, sip cocktails at a harbour-side restaurant.

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    Perth (Fremantle)

    Welcome to the gateway of wild Western Australia. Bathed by an astounding 3,000 hours of sunshine each year, Perth offers the excitement of city-living, spoken with an Outback accent.

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    Port Douglas

    Be warned: lorikeets perch on your shoulder to steal your lunch at the interactive Wildlife Habitat reserve. You’ll love Four Mile Beach, a serene arc along the Great Barrier Reef.

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    Sydney

    One of the world’s most cosmopolitan cities, Sydney offers a plethora of attractions. Visit the iconic Sydney Opera House for a behind-the-scenes tour or people watch at legendary Bondi Beach.

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    Willis Island (Cruising)

    Keep an eye out for the ubiquitous booby while cruising Willis Island. These peculiar seabirds are spectacular divers and great fun to watch. Other highlights include wedge-tailed shearwaters and sooty terns.

Australia highlights: wide open spaces, cool cities, outdoors ruggedness

From cosmopolitan cities to the rugged outback, it’s no wonder Australia is a dream destination for so many people. While Bondi Beach buzzes with surfers, Yorkey’s Knob in Cairns is a slice of paradise and the Great Barrier Reef (over 900 islands) is an oceanic wonder teeming with exotic marine life.

The indigenous wildlife is like nowhere else, from kangaroos to koalas. You’re guaranteed a close encounter at Brisbane’s Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary and Melbourne Zoo. Your Australia cruise takes you to the unmissable city of Sydney where the Opera House and Harbour Bridge will be familiar landmarks, and the cultural hot bed of Brisbane where people from all over the world have found a home.

Australia is vast and exciting, and on your Australia cruise, we’ll show you its best parts whether you’re inclined to surf, snorkel or walk, soak up the culture or top up your tan.

Weather & what to pack

Australia is warm or hot and dry for most of the year, so pack comfortable, loose clothing as well as your sunhat and sun cream. Take flat shoes for exploring and a back pack to store your souvenirs. And don’t forget those upside down seasons – Australians celebrate Christmas with a barbie on the beach!

AUSTRALIA CRUISES

Discover the heart of your destination with our unparalleled itineraries.