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Cruises from Australia | 2020 – 2021 season

From round-the-world cruises to exploring the Pacific, Australia is the perfect jumping-off point for cruises that sail to almost anywhere in the world.

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With so many ports in Australia alone, you’re bound to find a top cruise without paying top dollar to your desired destination. With round trips around Australia, many places in Asia, New Zealand and other Pacific Islands, it can be simple.

If you’re looking for more adventure, try a cruise ending in London, North America or even Antarctica. Read on for the best deals on cruises from Australia, otherwise you can skip to more information about cruises that sail from Australia here.

Top deals on cruises from Australia

P&O Cruises P&O Cruises

Free room upgrade on sailings

Available on select cruises from December 2020 - September 2022. Destinations include Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Auckland, Norfolk Island and more. T&Cs apply.

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P&O Cruises P&O Cruises

10-night New Year's Eve cruise + Free room upgrade from $1,399

Available on departure from 27-30 December 2020 and 27-30 December 2021. Destinations include Noumea, Isle Of Pines, Lifou, Norfolk Island and Sydney. T&Cs apply.

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Popular Cruises coupon codes

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7 Sep 2020 Free room upgrade on sailings ********
7 Sep 2020 10-night New Year's Eve cruise + Free room upgrade from $1,399 ********
7 Sep 2020 School Holiday cruises from $349 ********
4 Sep 2020 Up to $1,500 off 2021 worldwide voyages ********
4 Sep 2020 Up to $700 off River Heritage Club members ********


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Discover Vanuatu cruise with P&O

Discover Vanuatu cruise with P&O from P&O Cruises

Highlights:

  • 10-night cruise on Pacific Explorer
  • Roundtrip cruise from Sydney
  • Calls in at Port Vila, Mystery Island, Lifou and Isle of Pines
  • Departures from 8 June 2020 - 30 August 2021

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Antarctic cruises from Australia depart from Hobart only and explore the Ross Sea area. Cruises start from 20 days in length. Chimu Adventures is the main liner that sails this route, offering a limited number of cruises per year.

Cruises to Antarctica are also available from New Zealand and South America.


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Where cruises depart from in Australia?

Australia has a number of ports, but the main ones that cruises depart from are Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth (Fremantle), Broome, Cairns and Brisbane.

Other ports include Newcastle, Hobart, Port Arthur, Darwin, Kangaroo Island, Airlie Beach and Hamilton Island.


Airport to cruise terminal transfers

Tour and experience booking site Viator offers a variety of shuttles between airport and port for a seamless connection. You can browse and book a full range of options available through Viator here.


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