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P&O Pacific Aria
No Australian city showcases the glamour of cruising quite like Brisbane. Boasting a year-round sub-tropical climate and sandwiched between the Gold and Sunshine Coasts, Brisbane is a destination for cruisers from overseas and the perfect place to start an...
Melbourne at night
Australians are known for a love of the ocean and outdoors. The attraction of sun and surf also drives visitors from around the world, with tourist numbers skyrocketing on a yearly basis, especially during the summer months and the...
Dove-Bay-Tasmania
Although cruising is a year-round attraction for Australians, some destinations are at their best during warmer months. Tasmania holds a lot of attraction even for Australians, what to speak of travellers from other parts of the world. Summer is...
Celebrity Solstice in Sydney
The practicality of cruising to New Zealand has been easily overcome with the advent of 21st century cruise ship design. The larger vessels built during the past couple of decades can house thousands of passengers, making long distance cruising...
Pacific Jewel in South Pacific
The major coastal ports of Australia are located on the shore of our most famous cities. Each arrival / departure point has a style all its own, and this is no more so than in the case of Melbourne....
P&O Pacific Aria
The Southern Queensland border is an unofficial demarcation point between temperate regions further south and the sub-tropical and tropical regions of the north. Add to this the close proximity of the South Pacific Islands along with coastal Australia and...
Diamond Princess and Sydney Opera House
Sydney was founded primarily due to its deep glacier-formed harbour. Slow movement of massive ice shelves carved deeply into the landscape creating the sheltered harbour we see today. The harbour remains a marine paradise and playground for people from...
Ocean Princess in Moorea
Australian cruise passengers have benefited greatly from competition between major cruise industry leaders. Sydney has become a significant embarkation port for holidaymakers journeying to Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific islands, and is also a fabulous port of...
P&O fleet
P&O Cruises has a long and proud history of sailing in Australian waters. The first visit to our shores in 1932 by a P&O vessel heralded the beginning of cruise holidays by Australians. The P&O brand is one of...
Quantum of the Seas cruise ship
Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands have become some of the most sought after cruise destinations in the world. 2016 looks set to become another watershed year, with passenger numbers increasing annually. Sydney, often referred to as the...