Dream Cruise Destination: Australia & New Zealand

I have always wanted to cruise to the outback. To see the beautiful, almost orange landscape. To see the surf crash on the beaches of New Zealand. To visit the Sydney Opera House or take a safari and see up close, kangaroos, koalas, and wombats. You can snorkel at the Great Barrier Reef or visit the magnificent Ayers Rock. These are only some of the incredible sights you may see and explore in Australia, this is where I want to cruise.

Many ships will be sailing to and from Australia these next few years including, Carnival Spirit, ms Oosterdam, Voyager of the Seas, and Radiance of the Seas. Almost every cruise line will offer a cruise to Australia, New Zealand, or the South Pacific Islands at least once this coming year or next year. This market has really grown lately, with a popular demand from Australians and cruisers worldwide.  If I haven’t convinced you yet to try out an Australia cruise then watch this little video below from Royal Caribbean…

Plus, as mentioned in the video above, when you cruise on a Australia and New Zealand cruise, you may have a port day in such Pacific islands as Fiji and Bora Bora! This region of the world is somewhat similar to the Caribbean, with similar temperatures, climate, and beaches!

A scuba diver looking at a giant clam on the G...

Great Barrier Reef

I hope one day that I will be able to cruise on a cruise to Australia. An Australia cruise is a cruise filled with breathtaking sights, tons of history, and awesome animals! So, c’mon mate, lets take a cruise to the outback!

If you have ever been on and Australia & New Zealand cruise, please leave us a comment below!


Would you ever cruise to Australia & New Zealand?


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Great Barrier: Wikipedia



Mike Faust

Mike Faust is an avid world traveler, often found traversing city streets in Asia and Europe rather than his home city of Boca Raton. Mike has touched down in 39 countries, set sail on 35 cruises, and flown over 400,000 lifetime miles.