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Cruises to New Zealand
Guide price: $3680
Last updated on 25th Jan 2016
Cruises to New Zealand
Cruises to New Zealand arrive from a number of Australian and overseas destinations including Sydney and Melbourne, Tropical North Queensland, Fremantle, Hawaii, Europe and North America. Whether finishing your journey here or stopping by on the way to your final destination, cruises to New Zealand are available with Princess, Celebrity Cruises and P&O and are a wonderful way to take in the beauty of this famous water city.
Experience the abundant natural attractions of New Zealand and enjoy the unforgettable opportunity to glide past glaciers and marvel at impressive rock gorge faces.
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Cruises From Perth & Fremantle | Cruises
Circumnavigation Top End 16 Nights on Radiance of the Seas The port is easily accessible by car or taxi and train and is just 30 minutes from Hay Street in the CBD. The port is also just 45 minutes from the Perth Airport. Although there is no parking available at the cruise terminal, short and long term parking options are available nearby at Victoria Quay and Queensgate. The port facility is also home to an excellent selection of cafes, restaurants and shops, ideal for filling in time as you excitedly wait for your cruise departure or for extending that carefree holiday feeling once you arrive back in Perth.
Cruises to Hong Kong
Hong Kong cruises are offered with some of the biggest names in the industry including P&O, Royal Caribbean and Princess Cruises. Journeys are available from about two and a half weeks to three and a half weeks and even a month and a half. Cruises to Hong Kong are available on board a number of luxury cruise ships including Arcadia, Sun Princess, Diamond Princess and Legend of the Seas. Considered the ‘World City’ of Asia, Hong Kong has absorbed a diverse range of exciting cultures, making it a fascinating place to explore.
Cruises to Philippines
A stunning archipelago in Southeast Asia, the Philippines is home to some of the world’s longest coastline, making it an ideal cruising destination. Situated at the eastern border of Asia between the Philippine Sea and South China Sea, cruises to the Philippines depart Brisbane and Sydney, travelling via Asia and the Middle East. Home to stunning beaches, fascinating attractions and authentic cuisine, cruises to the Philippines sail on board the Arcadia and Legend of the Seas.
Cruises From Brisbane
Cruises from Brisbane are available on board a variety of excellent ships including Princess Cruises’ Dawn Princess and Sun Princess, P&O’s Pacific Dawn and Royal Caribbean’s Legend of the Seas. Cruises from Brisbane are a fantastic experience thanks to the wonderful range of port facilities and its convenient location on the Brisbane River, just minutes from the CBD. The port offers easy access by car or taxi, train and ferry and is just 15 minutes from the Brisbane Airport, 20 minutes from Central Station and 30 minutes from Eagle Street Pier. Short and long term parking options are available near the cruise terminal and the Portside Wharf precinct is home to an outstanding range of shops, cafes and restaurants as well as a cinema complex.