This P&O 5-day flash sale is just what we’ve been waiting for
Sail away from just $62 per day.
Get some time away from the stresses of the everyday and take advantage of P&O Cruises' latest flash sale. You can set sail from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane or Adelaide for as little as $279 per person twin share.
For that price you can snag a one-way cruise from Brisbane to Melbourne on the Pacific Dawn for 3 nights from $199 per person. Onboard you'll get to enjoy waterslides, a virtual reality experience, ziplining, poolside movies, themed parties, live shows, multiple dining venues and daily games and activities for both kids and adults.
In the sale, sailings range from 3-17 nights to destinations around Australia, the South Pacific, New Zealand and Asia.
Here are some of our favourite cruises included in the offer: Visit New Zealand from Adelaide with a 6-night sail from $349 per person. You'll get four whole sea days to enjoy before visiting the Bay of Islands and then disembarking in Auckland. Explore the Great Barrier Reef from $649pp with stops in Airlie Beach, Willis Island and an overnight stay in Cairns.
Get to the Melbourne Cup in style with this 7-night cruise from Brisbane to Melbourne from $749pp. 10 nights cruising the South Pacific from Sydney can be found for as low as $618 per person. That's less than $62 per night!
For something a bit different check out this 11-night sail to Papua New Guinea from $649pp. You get a whopping six cruise days and stops in Alotau, Kitava, Kiriwina and the Conflict Islands.
Dip into that leave balance and embark on a 17-night journey from Brisbane to Singapore from $999pp. Stops include ports in Queensland, East Timor, Indonesia and Malaysia.
All prices are per person, based on either a twin or quadruple share, depending on the cruise.
The sale is on for five days only and ends at the close of business 9 March 2020. You'll need to be quick to get in on this one so make a beeline for CruiseAway to pick your getaway and secure your cabin.
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