Cruising in Australia is a memorable and enjoyable experience, where one can explore the scenic beauty of Australia, sophisticated cities like Sydney and Melbourne, wildlife parks, Whitsunday, Sydney Harbour, Murray River and take an excursion to the Great Barrier Reef to partake in water sports like snorkeling, scuba diving or sailing.
The best part of Australian Cruises is you wake up to a new destination each day. Some of the popular cruises liners offering Cruises in Australia are:
True North Australia is a modern and luxurious cruise boat. It is spacious and state-of-the-art cruise vessel. This 50 meter luxury cruiser is purposely designed to explore Australia’s remote coastal waters. True North Australia has onboard helicopter that take its passengers to wilderness areas. The True North high levels of comfort and luxury allow cruise passengers opportunity to experience wilderness and feature the ‘finest dining’. True North Australia daily activities include scenic walks, helicopter flights, culture, fishing, snorkeling, picnics, diving, exploring, nature and lots more. Tue start is one of the best options for Cruises in Australia
Pacific Sun is luxuriously built complete floating resort providing endless choices. It takes vacationers on a memorable holiday. Offering classic cruising in Australia, the Pacific Sun is a dynamic combination of spacious cabins, elaborate dining, intriguing entertainment and an array of spectacular Australian destinations.
There are 740 passenger cabins including 10 suites with balconies, 432 standard outside cabins and 298 standard inside cabin. The Pacific Sun passenger facilities include dedicated children’s centers with plenty of activities and programs for children, outdoor pools and whirlpool spas to slough off weariness feel rejuvenated, fully equipped fitness centre, casino and several bars and lounges.
P&O Cruises has over 100 itineraries including cruises in Australia. It offers something for everyone including people of travelers of every age and taste. P&O Cruises have two ships- 70,000-ton Pacific Dawn “Australia’s first superliner” and the 47,000-ton Pacific Sun “Australia’s favorite cruise ship.” Sydney, Brisbane and Auckland are the common departure points of P&O Cruises. There Australian cruises travel itinerary include top and fantastic destinations in Australia like Queensland, South Pacific, East Coast Australia, Fiji, Samoa, New Zealand and Tahiti are among some of Australia’s fantastic destinations.