Australia & New Zealand cruise guide

0

Who says you need to travel far for the perfect cruise? Our range of Australia and New Zealand cruises give you the chance to take in some truly stunning sights and experiences on the coast of Australia and its neighbouring islands.

Take a look at our full range of Australia and New Zealand cruise deals here, or keep reading to find out more about what these fantastic journeys have to offer.

What to expect on an Australia & New Zealand cruise

Australia and the nearby islands offer some of the world’s most fascinating tourist destinations – from the Great Barrier Reef to the Kakadu National Park; from Sydney Opera House to the Barrossa Valley. A cruise is the perfect opportunity to cross many of these spots off your to-do list.

Because you don’t have to travel too far afield, many of our Australia and New Zealand cruise deals offer the full cruising experience with a budget-friendly price tag. Likewise, if you’re the kind of person who doesn’t like spending too long away from home, some of these cruises last as little as 2, 3 or 10 nights.

Then again, if you’re looking for something more involving, there’s plenty for you. Some of these cruises also stop off at a huge variety of destinations around the globe, including Los Angeles, Indonesia, Hawaii, France, Italy, Turkey, Spain and many more.

Latest Australia & New Zealand cruise deals

Here are some of the highlights of our Australia and New Zealand cruise trips. Remember, there are many more deals to cater for all budgets on our Australia and New Zealand cruises page.

Queensland round trip from Sydney
10-night cruise starting on 19th August 2013
Cruising on Pacific Pearl

This cruise begins at Sydney and stops at Airlie Beach, Yorkey’s Knob, Port Douglas, Willis Island, Brisbane and Sydney.

Venice to Sydney via the Suez Canal
46-night cruise starting on 26th August 2013
Cruising on Dawn Princess

Starting from Venice, this cruise stops at a number of destinations around the globe including Ljubljana (Slovenia), Split (Croatia), Mykonos, Istanbul, Anzac Cove, Naples, Civitavecchia (Rome), Livorno, Cannes, Barcelona, Marseille, Valletta, Aqaba, Salalah, Mumbai, Port Kelang, Darwin and back to Sydney.

Kimberley Coast – Darwin to Broome
10-night cruise starting on 5th September 2013
Cruising on MS Caledonian Sky

Starting from Darwin, this cruise stops at Wyndham, Mitchell Falls, Prince Frederick Harbour, Hunter River, Doubtful Bay, Montgomery Reef, Raft Point, Kuri Bay, Lacepede Islands, Horizontal Falls, Talbot Bay and Broome.

South Pacific and Australia circumnavigation
55-night cruise starting from 28th September 2013
Cruising on MS Volendam

Starting from Los Angeles, this six-week cruise stops off at Hilo, Honolulu, Pago Pago, Suva, Port Vila (Vanuatu), Lifou, New Caledonia, Sydney, Brisbane, Hamilton Island, Townsville, Cairns, Sherrad Island (Anchorage), Darwin, Komodo Island (Indonesia), Lembar (Lombok), Exmouth, Perth, Esperance, Port Lincoln, Adelaide, Kangaroo Island, Melbourne, Burnie and Sydney.

Image Sourced Via Flickr Creative Commons. Credit: Jimmy Harris.

Share.

About Author

Alyssa Beit

Alyssa lives in Sydney, NSW. Born on the 14th October and is a Social and Human Service Assistant at Cruise 1st Australia. She is in her early 40’s and loves tranquility on luxury cruises.

Comments are closed.