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Deals on cruises from Adelaide | 2018-2019 season

Everything you need to know about cruises departing from Adelaide including places they sail to and the best deals to snap them up.

The 2018/19 cruising season is heating up with a variety of cruises departing from Adelaide to numerous Australian destinations and beyond.

We researched cruises from Adelaide so you don’t have to. Take a look at their destinations, itineraries and deals below.


Places you can cruise to from Adelaide

Most cruises from Adelaide travel to multiple destinations in Australia and New Zealand. Some cruises sail beyond the continent to Bali, Singapore and Malaysia.

The itineraries for short cruises span 3-4 nights and include 1-2 stopovers in Australia. The cruises with the longest durations circle the North and South islands of New Zealand in 18 days.


Which cruise lines sail out of Adelaide?

  • Cruise & Maritime Voyages
  • Cunard
  • North Star Cruises

Cruises from Adelaide to Port Lincoln

Explore the “seafood capital of Australia” and its gorgeous coast on a short cruise from Adelaide. Itineraries include both one-way and round trip sailings lasting 3-4 days, which is ideal for the time-poor who wish to cruise.

Cruises usually stop in Kangaroo Island and costs between $459 and $853.

Cruise lines that offer sailings from Adelaide to Papua Port Lincoln:

  • Cruise & Maritime Voyages
  • P&O Cruises Australia

Our top picks: Cruises from Adelaide to Port Lincoln

Coastal Experience with Cruise and Maritime Voyages

Coastal Experience with Cruise and Maritime Voyages from CruiseAway

Highlights:

  • 3-night cruise on Astor
  • Roundtrip cruise from Adelaide
  • Calls in at Kangaroo Island and Port Lincoln
  • Departures in February 2018 to February 2019

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A trip to Kangaroo Island with P&O

A trip to Kangaroo Island with P&O from CruiseAway

Highlights:

  • 4-night cruise on Pacific Eden
  • Roundtrip cruise from Adelaide
  • Calls in at Kangaroo Island and Port Lincoln
  • Departures until February 2019

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Cruises from Adelaide to Tasmania

A luxurious cruise to Tasmania is a great way to experience its vast stretch of wilderness, rich history and delectable food and wine.

The itineraries are 7-8 days long and cost between $1,260 and $2,539 per person. Hobart, Burnie, Port Arthur and Melbourne are usual stopovers.

Cruise lines that offer sailings from Adelaide to Tasmania:

  • Cruise & Maritime Voyages
  • P&O Cruises Australia
  • Cunard

Our top picks: Cruises from Adelaide to Tasmania

A trip to Tasmania with P&O

A trip to Tasmania with P&O from CruiseAway

Highlights:

  • 7-night cruise on Pacific Eden
  • Roundtrip cruise from Adelaide
  • Calls in at Burnie, Port Arthur and Hobart
  • Departs on March 2019

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Cruises from Adelaide to New Zealand

There is only one cruise on our list that sails from Adelaide to New Zealand. This round-trip cruise, operated by Princess Cruises, sails for 18 nights and stops at multiple destinations including Kangaroo Island, Melbourne, Dunedin, Wellington, Christchurch, Tauranga and Auckland.

Cruise lines that offer sailings from Adelaide to Darwin:

  • Princess Cruises

Our top picks: Cruises from Adelaide to New Zealand

New Zealand Discovery Voyage with Princess Cruises

New Zealand Discovery Voyage with Princess Cruises from CruiseAway

Highlights:

  • 18-night cruise on Golden Princess
  • Roundtrip cruise from Adelaide
  • Calls in at Kangaroo Island, Melbourne, Fiordland National Park, Dunedin, Christchurch, Wellington, Gisborne, Tauranga and Auckland
  • Departs on January 2019

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Cruises from Adelaide to Perth (Fremantle)

Discover the amazing South Australian coastline on a cruise from Adelaide to Fremantle Port in Perth. Most cruises from Adelaide to Perth either stop there or continue further to Singapore.

Itineraries start from $505 and range from a four-day one-way direct cruise to Perth to a six-day one-way cruise with stopovers in Albany or Port Lincoln and Margaret River.

Cruise lines that offer sailings from Adelaide to Perth (Fremantle):

  • Cruise & Maritime Voyages
  • Princess Cruises
  • Silversea

Our top picks: Cruises from Adelaide to Perth

Australia cruise with Cruise and Maritime Voyages

Australia cruise with Cruise and Maritime Voyages from CruiseAway

Highlights:

  • 4-night cruise on Astor
  • From Adelaide to Perth
  • No ports of call aside from departure and disembarkation ports
  • Departures in December 2017 - December 2018

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Adelaide to Perth cruise with P&O

Adelaide to Perth cruise with P&O from CruiseAway

Highlights:

  • 5-night cruise on Pacific Eden
  • From Adelaide to Perth
  • Calls in at Albany and Margaret River
  • Departs on March 2019

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Cruises from Adelaide to Melbourne

Planning to head to Melbourne for a world-class cultural or sports event and to discover its art galleries and dynamic culinary scene? A cruise to Melbourne may make your journey as interesting as your time in the city.

From a one-way cruise direct to Melbourne to a nine-day return cruise with multiple stops in Tasmania, there are a variety of itineraries on offer to suit your preferences. The cost varies from $319 for an inside cabin on a three-day cruise to $3,980 for a suite on the nine-day cruise, based on twin share.

Cruise lines that offer sailings from Adelaide to Melbourne:

  • Cruise & Maritime Voyages
  • Princess Cruises
  • Silversea
  • Cunard

Our top picks: Cruises from Adelaide to Melbourne

A Cruise to Melbourne with P&O

A Cruise to Melbourne with P&O from CruiseAway

Highlights:

  • 4-night cruise on Pacific Eden
  • Roundtrip cruise from Adelaide
  • Calls in at Melbourne
  • Departs on February 2019

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Southern Australia cruise with Princess Cruises

Southern Australia cruise with Princess Cruises from CruiseAway

Highlights:

  • 5-night cruise on Golden Princess
  • From Adelaide to Melbourne
  • Calls in at Kangaroo Island, Port Lincoln and Phillip Island
  • Departures from November 2019 - January 2020

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Cruises from Adelaide to Kangaroo Island

Home to native animals and protected national parks, Kangaroo Island is only 30 minutes from Adelaide. Cruise itineraries vary between three and eight nights with options for a return trip to Adelaide or continuing further to Melbourne.

While all cruises stop in Port Lincoln, the eight-day cruise has additional stopovers in Coffin Bay, Pearson Islands, Franklin Islands and Ceduna. Fares start from $459 per person.

Cruise lines that offer sailings from Adelaide to Kangaroo Island:

  • Cruise & Maritime Voyages
  • Princess Cruises
  • Silversea
  • P&O Cruises Australia
  • North Star Cruises

Our top picks: Cruises from Adelaide to Kangaroo Island

Coastal Experience with Cruise and Maritime Voyages

Coastal Experience with Cruise and Maritime Voyages from CruiseAway

Highlights:

  • 3-night cruise on Astor
  • Roundtrip cruise from Adelaide
  • Calls in at Kangaroo Island and Port Lincoln
  • Departures in February 2018 to February 2019

View details
A trip to Kangaroo Island with P&O

A trip to Kangaroo Island with P&O from CruiseAway

Highlights:

  • 4-night cruise on Pacific Eden
  • Roundtrip cruise from Adelaide
  • Calls in at Kangaroo Island and Port Lincoln
  • Departures until February 2019

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Cruises from Adelaide to Sydney

A cruise to Sydney opens up doors to both urban and natural landscapes in and around the city. Cruises from Adelaide to Sydney are one-way only, lasting four to eight days. Fares start from $516.

Short itineraries have a stopover in Burnie and the longer ones have additional stops in Hobart and Melbourne.

Cruise lines that offer sailings from Adelaide to Melbourne:

  • P&O Cruises Australia

Our top picks: Cruises from Adelaide to Sydney

Tasmanian Delights with Cunard

Tasmanian Delights with Cunard from CruiseAway

Highlights:

  • 7-night cruise on Queen Elizabeth
  • From Adelaide to Sydney
  • Calls in at Hobart, Melbourne and Burnie
  • Departs on February 2019

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Cruises from Adelaide to Singapore

Cruises to Singapore are often one-way trips that last around two weeks. Itineraries typically include stopovers in Port Lincoln, Margaret River, Perth and Bali. Some may include stops in Albany and Kuala Lumpur.

Cruise lines that offer sailings from Adelaide to Singapore:

  • Cruise and Maritime Voyages
  • Princess Cruises
  • Silversea
  • Cunard

Our top picks: Cruises from Adelaide to Singapore

Adelaide to Singapore cruise with P&O

Adelaide to Singapore cruise with P&O from CruiseAway

Highlights:

  • 18-night cruise on Pacific Eden
  • From Adelaide to Singapore
  • Calls in at Albany, Perth, Bali, Kuala Lumpur, Penang and Phuket
  • Departs on March 2019

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Where do cruises depart from Adelaide?

Cruises from Adelaide depart from Port Adelaide Passenger Terminal located in Outer Harbour, the northern suburb of the city.

To reach the passenger terminal from the terrace, take a train to Adelaide Railway Station and then connect onto a train to Outer Harbour Railway Station. From here, it's a 200 metre walk to the cruise terminal.

Alternatively, you can take a taxi or Uber which takes around 25 minutes to reach the passenger terminal.

Adelaide cruise ship deals

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Valid for cruises from February - December 2019. Destinations include Sydney, Tasmania, Adelaide, Dunedin, Auckland and more. T&Cs apply.

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