Are you a fan of cruises? Did you know that the Land Down Under has a lot to offer when it comes to magnificent landscapes, marvelous coastlines and stunning reefs? If you’re interested, you might want to take a look at our hand-picked cruises in Australia. Bring your family for an ideal holiday break or simply go at it alone if you want to relax and recharge your batteries. In the end, Australia is one of the world’s top cruise destinations for a reason. Let’s see why.

Discover Queensland

Queensland is quite popular with many cruise fans around the globe. It is common knowledge that Queensland is the state that has something for everyone. But what really stands out is the World Heritage-listed Great Barrier Reef. It’s a 2300km-long stretch that will never get boring. The reef’s stunning blue waters are perfect, and they are even better than the ones from your dreams. You’ll be able to see wonderful creatures swimming underwater, such as beautiful green and yellow fish or turtles. Above water, there are numerous islands that are true jewels of the Queensland coast. You’ll see seabird colonies on Willis Island off Cairns as you’re cruising, and don’t forget to take a few photos of amazing landscapes in the Whitsundays. Moreton Island waters are perfect for dolphin spotting and you could also stumble upon a few shipwrecks. So, if you like snorkeling and adrenaline, you can just dive in and explore.

Experience Tasmania

In the past, Australians considered Tasmania to be a sort of a backwater. It was undermined and neglected, but things have changed now. Tasmania is a prime destination for many tourists due to its great food, wine and art. Its capital, Hobart, was named one of the Top 10 Cities in the World by Lonely Planet. Choose Tasmania as your next holiday destination and could have yourself a 7-night cruise that starts in Melbourne. You’ll get to know Hobart and everything the city has to offer. Try the traditional porridge at the ‘Old New Eggs’ that is served with beetroot relish. Then head over to the Pigeon Hole Cafe for a fine cup of coffee. While you’re there, we strongly advise you to try Tassie’s famous seafood. Pop that champagne with your significant other and relax as you enjoy your Tasmania cruise. There are great last minute cruises you could book right now if you want to experience all of this for yourself.  

The all-natural Fraser Island

Fraser Island is a true nature haven. It is featured on the World Heritage list due to its stunning rainforests, cliffs, huge sand blows, over 100 freshwater lakes and of course, the Maheno shipwreck. Get ready to hike or kayak because those are some of the best ways to experience this heavenly environment. Don’t forget to visit the remote western side for its untouched beauty and even though this island is covered in untamed wilderness and rugged terrain, there are luxurious, natural and relaxing accommodations. If you like fishing, this island will be tons of fun for you. And you don’t have to be a pro to enjoy it. You could fish off 75 Mile Beach on the eastern side of the island where you’ll see a diverse range of fish species available throughout the whole year.  

We hope that you now have an idea of what your next cruise itinerary is going to look like. Whatever you opt for, you won’t make a mistake. Australia has so much to offer, ranging from urban places to the untouched wonders of nature. And you can experience all of that on the cruise of your dreams.