The Big Four – adventure: cruises in Australasia

Australasia

What do you expect from cruise around Australasia? The continent offers everything from the paradise islands in the Pacific sea to Australia’s metropolises and the rugged terrain of its Kimberley Coast. We’ve gone and split our Australasia cruises below based on tours that will allow guests to do some fine underwater activities – one while little further afield.

Following on from the publication of Cruise Adviser’s Expedition & Adventure guide 2015-16, each week we will be running our Big Four feature, which gives you a trio of cruise options to choose from. This week it’s cruises to Australasia.

To request a copy of Cruise Adviser’sExpedition & Adventure guide email: info@cruise-adviser.com or read it online here.


Australasia – scuba

Line: Holland America Line
Departure port: Sydney
Departure date: November 9, 2015
Destination: Australia
Duration: 19 nights
Ship: Volendam Price: £1,698

Line: Lindblad Expeditions
Departure port: Raratonga
Departure date: November 3, 2015
Destination: Cook Islands
Duration: 13 days
Ship: Orion
Price: £7,035

Australasia

Australasia – no scuba

Line: Aurora Expeditions
Departure port: Broome
Departure date: May 23, 2015
Destination: Kimberley Coast
Duration: 11 days
Ship: Coral Expeditions
Price: £3,650

Australasia

Line: Celebrity Cruises
Departure port: Australia
Departure date: March 29, 2015
Destination: Fiji and Tahiti
Duration: 17 days
Ship: Celebrity Millennium
Price: £1,339

Australasia


Cruise Adviser top tip

While not highlighted here some cruise lines offer ex-UK departures to Australia. Passengers can recreate the journeys made by ‘ten-pound poms’ in years gone by

Anthony Pearce

Anthony Pearce is the co-publisher of CRUISE ADVISER. He can be contacted on anthony@cruise-adviser.com 

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