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Rob Warner

After 18 years of travel consulting in NZ, Rob joined the company in 2013 to specialise in cruising. Having cruised on several ships to various destination, this is by far the best way to travel in hisbook. Rob keeps fit through refereeing soccer and likes to relax with a glass or two of red wine.


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Cruises from Australia & all Australia cruises for 2018-2019-2020-2021 

View Australia 2018-2019-2020-2021 cruises for 48 ships listing 858 cruises from Brisbane with today's best deals!
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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 the 2016/17 cruise season, including nearly one quarter of Carnival Corporation’s fleet. The seven capital city ports in themselves are tourism magnets – with their animal parks, local architectures (think Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge), ruins of early settlements, bush scenery, never-ending beaches, and fashion shopping. To the NE is the Great Barrier Reef with its 3000 reef systems and coral cays. To the NW is the dramatic Kimberley region of coastal rivers, aboriginal sites, crocodiles, fishing, and diving.

Large cruise ships of Carnival, Cunard, P&O UK, P&O Australia, Princess, Holland America, Crystal, Celebrity and Royal Caribbean all share the Australian market, as do many ships on World Cruises. Luxury small ships of Regent Seven Seas, Seabourn and Silversea include Australian waters in their SE Asian itineraries. Five explorer vessels with specialist knowledge of the Australian coastline come from Coral Expedition Cruises, and North Star Cruises. More and more cruise lines head for ‘Down Under’ in world cruise sectors.

Circumnavigate Australia, or go only half-way (Sydney to Fremantle), with an option to include New Zealand (or Bali) – choose from a dozen large cruise ships. A few vessels depart Sydney for 10 nights around the Great Barrier Reef. Or, depart Sydney for Melbourne and Tasmania over 8 nights. Very popular are explorer itineraries offered by the classy small vessels that reach exotic coastal sites by Zodiac inflatables or helicopter. These sail regular itineraries to the Great Barrier Reef, Kimberley Coast, and cross the Far North. Coral Expedition Cruises has two vessels based in Cairns/Townsville.



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26

NOV 18

12

NIGHTS

Dep: Auckland


Ret: Auckland

$999

$83

7

DEC 18

15

NIGHTS

Dep: Sydney


Ret: Sydney

$1,399

$93

3

MAR 19

3

NIGHTS

Up to $100 OBC

Dep: Melbourne


Ret: Sydney

$299

$100

6

JAN 19

20

NIGHTS

Dep: Fremantle


Ret: Singapore

$1,999

$100

10

MAR 19

2

NIGHTS

Up to $100 OBC

Dep: Brisbane


Ret: Sydney

$229

$115

26

SEP 19

17

NIGHTS

Up to $400 OBC

Dep: Hong Kong


Ret: Brisbane

$1,949

$115

26

SEP 19

19

NIGHTS

Up to $100 OBC

Dep: Hong Kong


Ret: Sydney

$2,179

$115

5

APR 19

3

NIGHTS

Up to $100 OBC

Dep: Melbourne


Ret: Sydney

$354

$118

28

JAN 19

4

NIGHTS

Dep: Brisbane


Ret: Brisbane

$474

$119

4

JAN 19

10

NIGHTS

Dep: Sydney


Ret: Sydney

$1,199

$120

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