Explore your own Beautiful Backyard!

The cruising industry in Australasia is growing at the fastest rate in the world, and a record number of cruise ships will visit Australia during 2018/2019 cruise season.

With an Australia cruise, you can enjoy picture-postcard views on some of Australia’s most spectacular coastlines. Take in the sight of sand-kissed beaches from the bow of some of the world’s most luxurious liners, call in on the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Great Barrier Reef, and conquer the Bass Strait before pulling up anchor in one of Tasmania’s historic ports, and if you’re up for a challenge, you could even hike the Blue Mountains in New South Wales. Cruising is a fun and unique way of exploring your own backyard!

The stunning Great Barrier Reef

The stunning Great Barrier Reef

If experiencing the lifestyle and culture of a port is up your alley, then why not pursue your passion for wine, beer and chocolate with a taste-testing tour in the Margaret River region. Explore the art and crafts in the charming cities of Hahndorf and Montville, or visit a variety of museums and cultural parks to celebrate Australia’s rich native and colonial history.

Wine tasting with some of the locals in Margaret River

Wine tasting with some of the locals in Margaret River

Explore some of the natural wonders and landscapes that our beautiful country has to offer – traverse a canopy path above the forest floor for a bird’s-eye view of the ancient karri and tingle trees near Albany. Behold the otherworldly spires at Perth’s Nambung National Park or travel inland to Tamborine Mountain, a fertile volcanic plateau that boasts 21 species of birds.

The Pinnacles, Nambung National Park, WA

The Pinnacles, Nambung National Park, WA

From Tasmanian devils to wombats, kookaburras and kangaroos, you’ll encounter fascinating animals and plants from the region and from around the globe at Brisbane’s Australia Zoo, Melbourne’s Healesville Sanctuary, Sydney’s Featherdale Wildlife Park and the Perth Zoo.

The iconic Tasmania Devil

The Iconic Tasmania Devil

Remote, rugged and undeniably beautiful, Western Australia’s Kimberley region is one to be explored. From the breathtaking Mitchell Falls  (pictured below) to experiencing the stunning blood orange sunsets descending over the water in Broome, or riding a camel on Cable Beach – there’s so much to do and see!

Mitchell Falls, Kimberley WA

Mitchell Falls, Kimberley WA

To find out more information or to book your next Australia coastal cruise, contact one of our cruise specialists at Clean Cruising on 1800 121 187. We look forward to hearing from you!