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Best Winter Cruises From Brisbane

Brisbane enjoys year-round enviable weather, however, the winter months provide Queensland cruise fans with plenty of opportunities to escape to warmer or more exotic climes. Here’s our top pick of Brisbane departures between June and August.


1. Queensland on Pacific Dawn

Explore your own tropical backyard on this leisurely seven-night return voyage north. After a day at sea, you’ll go ashore to explore Airlie Beach, followed by Cairns by way of Yorkeys Knob. Port Douglas is next on the lineup of ports, with scenic cruising of Willis Island in the Great Barrier Reef. The cruise wraps up with a relaxing sea day back to Brisbane.


Need to know: Pacific Dawn departs Brisbane on June 25, 2016.




2. South Pacific on Pacific Dawn

This is an easy, week-long cruise on Pacific Dawn from Brisbane, with stops at popular ports of call in the South Pacific paradises of New Caledonia and Vanuatu. The cruise kicks off with a leisurely day at sea, followed by an afternoon/evening in bustling Nouméa and a full day to explore Lifou. Next comes Vanuatu’s Port Vila, with two sea days en route to Brisbane to enjoy the ship’s facilities.


Need to know: Pacific Dawn departs Brisbane on July 23, 2016.




3. Papua New Guinea on Pacific Aria

With a little more time to spare, this 10-night round trip, with a focus on the increasingly popular archipelago of Papua New Guinea, might just float your boat. Your home will be Pacific Aria, a recent addition to the P&O fleet. Besides four relaxing sea days (two at each end of the cruise) you’ll explore a range of enticing ports of call. They include Alotau, Rabaul and the Conflict Islands, with calls at Kitava and Kiriwina in the Trobriand Islands in between.


Need to know: Pacific Aria departs Brisbane on July 29, 2016.




4. Tonga, Samoa and Fiji on Pacific Aria

Eighteen nights of cruising and an extensive exploration of Tonga, Samoa and Fiji, are on offer with this new itinerary on Pacific Aria. On a round trip from Brisbane, you’ll have nine sea days to kick back, relax and enjoy the many facilities of P&O’s new ship. Port highlights include Luganville and Port Vila in Vanuatu, Port Denarau, Dravuni Island and Suva in Fiji, Vavaʻu and Nukuʻalofa in Tonga, and Samoa’s Apia. What a great way to wile away the end of August.


Need to know: Pacific Aria departs Brisbane on August 15, 2016.




5. Brisbane to Fremantle on Sea Princess

Cruise from home to Western Australia for 15 nights, combining eight relaxing days at sea with a line-up of fascinating ports of call in between. After two days of cruising the fun begins – stop in Cairns by way of Yorkeys Knob, followed by a detour to Alotau in Papua New Guinea. After two more sea days, you’ll spend the afternoon in Darwin, cruise the Kimberley Coast, enjoy a full day Broome, two more days at sea and a full day in Geraldton.


Need to know: Sea Princess departs Brisbane on August 30, 2016.



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