Cruising the Oceania
Cruising the Oceania
Unlock a world of opportunity in the Oceania.
There are some destinations that can’t be explored on foot and are best enjoyed from the comfort of a cruise ship. From coastal cruising to island hopping and dense jungle journeys, whether you’re short on time, or just want to dip your toe into cruising, these are the perfect options for you.
Barrier Reef Bliss
Set sail for 7 nights to Australia’s national treasure, the Great Barrier Reef. From beaches to hinterland, the Sunshine Coast is the southernmost gateway to the reef and unlocks a door to island paradises. Take a trip to Moreton Island, where you can bathe on the shoreline, parasail above the crystal clear waters or explore the island on an action packed quad bike tour.
New Guinea Adventures
For a relaxing holiday with a touch of adventure, a 7 night cruise to Papua New Guinea opens a door to a whole new world. From song and dance filled streets at the Alotau Festival and Sing Sing to swimming in untouched tropical beaches, set your clock to island time and enjoy the simple life.
Pacific Island Paradise
Escape to serenity on an 8 night cruise to the Pacific Islands. Snorkel amongst Noumea’s crystal clear reefs; soak up some sun on the porcelain sands of Isle of Pines and relish in the everyday vibrance of Mare Island. If you’re looking to relax and rejuvenate amongst paradise, this is the getaway for you.
Melbourne Cup Cruising
Forget limousines, arrive in Melbourne for the ‘race that stops the nation’ in cruise ship style. Your ticket not only promises you 6 nights of on-board entertainment and admission to the Emirates Melbourne Cup to catch all the action trackside, but the opportunity to explore Australia’s most liveable city and all that makes it special, from food to art and culture.
Create New Traditions
Highlighting the best of the land down under, this 6 night cruise is the ultimate way to celebrate Australia Day. Create new traditions with an on deck Australia Day party, stretch your legs on winery tours through the Hunter Valley or strap on a snorkel and explore Moreton Island’s shipwrecks. This is one Australia Day celebration you won’t forget.