Australia Cruises

Discover urban living and untouched terrain Down Under

Cruise around Australia’s shores for life-affirming experiences

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Where to visit on a cruise to Australia


If nature is your thing then you’re in for a treat – Australia’s diverse makeup is a goldmine of spectacular sights. One of the country’s most recognisable landmarks is the impossible Ayers Rock, protruding from the desert like a beacon that even glows red at dawn and sunset.


The pristine white sand beaches meet the turquoise Indian Ocean on the beaches of Western Australia, which makes this one of the most picturesque coastlines in the country.


Some 30 miles west of Sydney you will encounter the Blue Mountain range, so called after the blue tinge that illuminates the range when viewed from afar. Here you’ll witness a spellbinding panorama of undulating forests and great sandstone plateaus, perfect for the inner photographer in you.


The most captivating of all Australia’s wonderful natural sights is perhaps the Great Barrier Reef. A dazzling kaleidoscope of colour, this is the largest living organism on the planet. Teeming with intriguing lifeforms, this aquatic world is an eye-opening experience that gives a glimpse into one of the world’s most precious and important wonders.


Melbourne is Australia’s second largest city and is considered to be the country’s cultural capital, with its many art galleries, museums, live music scene and notable food and wine culture. If you’re a foodie, Melbourne is the place to be. The dining scene is buzzing with such fantastic diversity that’s full of personality; surely enough to whet anyone’s appetite. Take a stroll around the absolutely beautiful Royal Botanic Gardens or take a ride on the City Circle Tram and learn about the city’s history.


Australia’s most recognisable city, however, has to be Sydney. The jewel in the country’s crown, there’s no mistaking the iconic harbour that is home to their recently listed UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Sydney Opera House. The eye-catching design is recognised the world over and its performances attract over one million people every year.


The cosmopolitan feel and the history of Sydney make the city one of the most interesting places to visit – from the cultural diversity to the historic beauty, you’ll be truly captivated by the city during your Australian cruise.  


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Featured Australia Cruises


Choice of benefits
from £3,199pp
Cabin type: Inside

Australia & Papua New Guinea

CHOICE OF CAR PARKING, ON BOARD SPEND OR COACH TRANSFERS*, EARN EXCLUSIVE CRUISE MILES, NO-FLY CRUISING, FANTASTIC DESTINATIONS*

17 February 2020 | 14 Nights
Cunard : Queen Elizabeth

Itinerary
Sydney, Australia, Brisbane, Australia, Alotau, Kiriwina Island, Rabaul, Papua New Guinea, Conflict Islands, Cairns, Australia, Sydney, Australia ...Read More

from £3,615pp
Cabin type: Inside

Australia & Indonesia

Gratuities included on board, Selected spirits, international beers, cocktails and wines included, Selected bottled water, soft drinks, speciality coffees and teas included, Luxurious accommodation in…

08 March 2019 | 14 Nights
Azamara Club Cruises : Azamara Quest

Itinerary
Cairns (for Great Barrier Reef), Australia, Thursday Island, Australia, Darwin, Australia, Komodo, Benoa, Bali, Surabaya, Indonesia, Semarang (Borobudur), Singapore ...Read More

New Year's Cruise
from £4,999pp
Cabin type: Inside

Iconic Australia & Great Barrier Reef

FREE ON BOARD SPEND OF UP TO £500*, ALL-INCLUSIVE DRINKS PACKAGE FOR ONLY £15PP PER NIGHT*, 5% DISCOUNT FOR OCEAN CLUB MEMBERS*, MAIDEN PORTS OF CALL*

11 December 2019 | 30 Nights
Fred Olsen Cruise Lines : Boudicca

Itinerary
Benoa, Bali, Indonesia, Fremantle (for Perth), Australia, Albany, Western Australia, Melbourne, Australia, Hobart, Sydney, Australia, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, Townsville, Australia, Cairns,… ...Read More

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