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Australia Circumnavigation Cruises

Want to go on a cruise around Australia? That's a "circumnavigation" cruise. Surprisingly, there aren't a lot of these "circle Australia" cruises available. It's a long voyage, and that limits the number of people who have the time to take it. All of the options are listed below.

Australia's major cities are on the coast, so a cruise round the continent is a natural way to explore. The cruises typically depart from Sydney and include stops at Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Darwin and more. Often they go to Tasmania and Bali too.

The map above is of a Holland America cruise round Australia.

2016 Cruises Around Australia

March 9, 2016: 39-day Round Australia cruise on Princess Cruises. Round-trip from Sydney. Ports of call at the Australian ports of Brisbane, Airlie Beach, Port Douglas, Darwin, Lombok (Indonesia), Broome, Fremantle, Margaret River, Albany, Adelaide, Melbourne, Burnie, and Hobart.

October 17, 2016: 30-day Around Australia cruise on Princess Cruises. Round-trip from Sydney. Circumnavigate Australia and make a side trip to Papua New Guinea.

October 20, 2016: 29-day Australia Circumnavigation cruise on Holland America Line. Round-trip from Sydney to Brisbane, Hamilton Island, Cairns, Great Barrier Reef, Ribbon Reef Region, Sherrard Island, Far North Region, Torres Strait, Darwin, Komodo Island, Bali, Fremantle, Albany, Adelaide, Kangaroo Island, Tasmania, and Melbourne.

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