26 Father’s Day cruises that will make the perfect gift this year

Treat dad to a day on the water this Father’s Day.

Does your dad love being by the water?

Well, luckily we’re surrounded by it and there are plenty of companies willing to take him sailing, fishing, cruising and wildlife watching.

Whether on Sydney Harbour or Port Phillip Bay, along the Gold Coast or the West Coast, there’s the perfect gift opportunity awaiting with a Father’s Day cruise.

Where are you looking for a cruise?

Sydney cruises

Melbourne cruises

Brisbane and Gold Coast cruises

Adelaide cruises

Perth cruises

Is Father's Day during whale-watching season?

Whales migrate along the east and west coasts of Australia until about November each year. With Father's Day being at the beginning of September, there's plenty of time to gift a Father's Day cruise and book a day to go during the season.

Do cruises include lunch?

While each cruise is operated at a different time of day for a different amount of time, some of them do include a meal and/or snacks. Inclusions will be listed on the product description that you can access by clicking "Book now". You'll be able to read about your cruise, see what's included, available dates and where they depart from before committing to anything.

Alex Keshen

Alex takes care of the travel section here at If there's a new sale on tours or cruises, discounted flights or hotels, or anything else that can be on offer, she'll fill you in.

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