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We're very excited to announce an Early Bird Newsletter Exclusive this week on four P&O departures in 2013! This is our way of thanking you for reading our weekly newsletter & allowing you to celebrate on us! This week also sees Princess' 7 Day Sale with some amazing savings on their longer cruises from Australia. The sale ends 31st July 2013 so don't miss your opportunity to experience the wonderful itineraries Princess have on offer -Call 1800 121 187.

This weekend Clean Cruising are teaming up with P&O to support the Brisbane Mt Gravatt Show. We'll have a display this Saturday & Sunday with the team there to answer questions and provide advice on cruise holidays. If you're local make sure you come down & meet some of our wonderful team & while you are there fill in the entry form for your chance to WIN lunch onboard Pacific Dawn.

 
Highlights from this edition...
 

Family Cruises -up to $200obc

Need a family get away to escape the winter blues? Experience the South Pacific, with all meals, kids clubs & accommodation included from only $100/day, PLUS up to $200 spending money aboard the Carnival Spirit! Cruise from Brisbane on Pacific Dawn or Sydney aboard Pacific Jewel & experience New Caledonia, Fiji or Vanuatu at extraordinary prices. Call 1800 121 187 for details.
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P&O Early Bird Exclusive!!

New P&O itineraries for 2013 to Papua New Guinea & Tasmania as well as the ever popular South Pacific departing Brisbane and Sydney have been selected for our Early Bird Newsletter EXCLUSIVE! Let our consultants know you're a newsletter subscriber & you 'll receive a BONUS $50 spending money - Sale on for 7 days only so Call 1800 121 187 Now!
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Princess 7 Day Sale

If you have big holiday dreams & a penchant for big savings, the Princess Cruises 7 Day Sale might just be your ticket to the world & all its glory. With savings from up to $3,500 per person off launch fares & BONUS onboard credit per stateroom. Explore the Treasures of Asia aboard the Dawn Princess from Fremantle, or soak up the sun in Hawaii & Tahiti cruising on Sea Princess - Don't miss out!
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Family Spring Cruising from $100/day
25 AUG 2012
ex Brisbane
7
NIGHTS
Week Fantastique
Pacific Dawn
from $1,227
($175/day)
Up to $50 OBC
Kids 7-17 yrs
Cruse Details
24 SEP 2012
ex Sydney
10
NIGHTS
Pacific Sensation Cruise
Pacific Jewel
from $1,439
($144/day)
Up to $100 OBC
Kids 1-6 yrs
Cruse Details
28 OCT 2012
ex Sydney
11
NIGHTS
Pacific Islands Cruise
Carnival Spirit
from $1,098
($100/day)
Up to $200 OBC
All Kid Spaces
Cruse Details
20 NOV 2012
ex Sydney
13
NIGHTS
New Zealand Cruise
Sea Princess
from $1,295
($100/day)
Up to $75 OBC
All Kid Spaces
Cruse Details
*Prices are in AUD per adult twin share & subject to availability. Other conditions may apply
P&O- 50% Deposits + Extra $$$
 
22 JUN 2013
ex Brisbane
7
NIGHTS
Week Fantastique
Pacific Dawn
From $1,199
($171/day)
Up to $125 OBC
BONUS $50 OBC
Cruse Details
28 FEB 2013
ex Sydney
8
NIGHTS
Tasmanian Treasures
Pacific Pearl
From $1,311
($164/day)
Up to $75 OBC
BONUS $50 OBC
Cruse Details
31 MAR 2013
ex Sydney
10
NIGHTS
Island Treasures
Pacific Jewel
From $1,349
($135/day)
Up to $200 OBC
BONUS $50 OBC
Cruse Details
16 NOV 2013
ex Brisbane
10
NIGHTS
PNG Discovery Cruise
Pacific Dawn
From $1,707
($171/day)
Up to $200 OBC
BONUS $50 OBC
Cruse Details
*Prices are in AUD per adult twin share & subject to availability. Other conditions may apply
Princess 7 Day Sale + Huge Savings
 
29 MAR 2013
ex Melbourne
25
NIGHTS
Round Australia
Cruise
Dawn Princess
From $3,999
($160/day)
Up to $100 OBC
Cruse Details
15 MAY 2013
ex Fremantle
26
NIGHTS
Treasures of Asia Grand Adventure
Dawn Princess
From $3,798
($146/day)
Up to $270 OBC
Cruse Details
15 APR 2013
ex Sydney
34
NIGHTS
Sea, Hawaii Tahiti & Sth Pacific ex Sydney Return
Sea Princess
From $4,598
($135/day)
Up to $175 OBC
Cruse Details
6 MAR 2013
ex Sydney
40
NIGHTS
Cherry Blossom 2013 Cruise
Sea Princess
From $4,998
($125/day)
Up to $175 OBC
Cruse Details
*Prices are in AUD per adult twin share & subject to availability. Other conditions may apply
P&O Ports
 

Experience ports of P&O Cruises
A descendant of the world's first passenger line, British-owned P&O Cruises Australia operates four cruise ships out of Australian and New Zealand ports. Their presence is the backbone of a fast-growing interest in cruising in Australia. All four vessels have come from overseas and recently been extensively refurbished and staffed by friendly international crews. The line offers budget value, and has won plaudits for its family-friendly atmosphere.

Milne Bay (Alotau), Papua New Guinea
Milne Bay is home to almost five hundred islands including typical tropical islands and atolls through to huge volcanic and continental islands. It is the easternmost inlet on the coast of Papua New Guinea, and gives good access to coral reefs and diving. With no roads connecting it to the rest of the world, it truly is a quiet piece of paradise. Due to a well-known battle fought there during WWII, the bay is of interest to historians who can examine a range of war relics. The provincial capital, Alotau, is a busy port with fascinating markets, and amazingly friendly people who widely speak English. Due to a well-known battle fought there during WWII, the bay is of interest to historians who can examine a range of war relics.

Isle of Pines, New Caledonia
The Isle of Pines is an island located in the archipelago of New Caledonia, an overseas territory of France in the South Province of New Caledonia. With 60 km of coastline and surrounded by its own extensive reef system, it is world renowned for its distinctive columnar pine trees, unspoilt beauty of crystal clear water and glorious fine white sandy beaches, and truly carefree lifestyle. Apart from investigating the island's fabulous flora and fauna, delicately punctuated by wild tropical orchids, ferns, pines and palms, and the obvious selection of water-based activities that the magnificent lagoons of the island have to offer, including snorkelling and scuba diving, for which it is famous, there are some hidden treasures that should not be missed.

Port Vila, Vanuatu
Port Vila, the capital city of Vanuatu, which means Land Eternal, is situated on the south coast of the island of Efate, in Shefa Province, and is Vanuatu's most important harbour as well as being the centre of the country's trade. The people of the country are predominately Melanesian but there are now more than 115 distinctly different cultures and languages that thrive here, making it one of the most culturally diverse countries in the world. Clean and uncluttered, the waterfront area is so unpolluted, visitors are stunned to look down from the seawall and see live corals and tropical fish. The town also offers fantastic shopping, but we are encouraged to support the locally made products at such venues as the World of Wonders store, and the fascinating, outdoor markets.

Coles Bay, Tasmania
Coles Bay, the hub of tourism on Tasmania's E coast, is the main access point to Freycinet National Park and is located 192 km NE of Hobart and 209km SE of Launceston. Whalers, farmers, and tin and coal miners were some of the many people who originally settled here, but today the population of under five hundred is outnumbered by the numerous tourists! An extensive range of activities including fishing, bush walking, swimming, snorkelling and sea kayaking, or simply driving to enjoy the spectacular views, gives one a feeling of 'getting away from it all'. Even the Royal Yacht Britannia stopped at Wineglass Bay to allow the Queen ashore for an Australian barbecue.

Fjordland National Park, New Zealand
Fjordland National Park occupies the SW corner of the south island of New Zealand, and is the largest of 14 national parks as well as a major part of the Te Wahipounamu World Heritage site. It is a region of waterfalls and misty virgin forests, snow-clad mountains and towering granite peaks, crystal clear lakes, rivers and remote fjords. This, together with two off-shore ice carved islands, makes it one of the most dramatic and beautiful places in New Zealand. In both Milford and Doubtful Sounds you will experience a host of wildlife, such as seals and crested penguins gathering on the shores, and sometimes bottle-nosed dolphins can be sighted playfully swimming alongside the boat. With trips to the centrepiece town of Te Anu and the unique glow worm caves and your visit will be absolutely unforgettable!

Lifou, New Caledonia
Lifou is the largest of the Loyalty Islands, a north-eastern Province of New Caledonia (an overseas territory of France), in the Pacific Ocean. Many cruises leaving from Australia call into port at Easo (pronounced "e-show"), and anchor in Santal Bay from where they tender passengers ashore. Kanak culture is most present in Lifou, which has managed to preserve its own traditional authenticity. The delightful people receive visitors as favoured guests. Take the time to enjoy the very pleasant, generally tropical climate, the local marketplace, and learn a little about the residents' imaginary environment filled with myths and legends. Simply relax and enjoy the cultural vivacity, natural hospitality, and the tropical flavour of this fossil coral island, this ancient lagoon which was slowly raised by geological processes.

To experience one or more of these beautiful destinations aboard P&O Cruises call us on 1800 121 187.

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