Experience Australia like never before with a cruise


After a nearly two year hiatus, international tourism and travel in Australia is back and everyone at P&O Cruises couldn’t be happier about it.

The P&O Cruises team sees it as time for Australians to travel again and take their well-deserved vacation.

As P&O Cruises explains: “Traveling is not only obsessed with shortening almost all words, but has always been one of our ‘things’ as a nation. And we are fortunate to have fantastic travel destinations here in Australia so come back and travel safely in Australia again.

“As we decide where to go in Australia and plan future trips, we are learning the new way to travel, and organizing vacations can be a little overwhelming.

Fortunately, Australian cruises will be back soon and P&O Cruises offers exceptional, hassle-free, hassle-free cruises for traveling within Australia. They have been cruising for almost 90 years and have adapted to the new ways of travel. Their cruise offerings make returning to vacation life effortless and all of the cruise activities make it a flexible experience for those who vacation with you. “

Why cruising in 2022 is the perfect travel option
Travel, even within Australia, requires more organization than ever before. If you don’t want to plan out all of the pros and cons of a vacation, check out Australian cruises. You don’t have to lift a finger, you can relax and live with loved ones every day.

Australian cruises allow you to see and do more on your vacation. There are more than 60 activities on board at P&O Cruises so everyone can entertain and do their own thing. In addition, Shore Tours make your cruise instantly more exciting. Live like a local for the day and explore jungles and cities, or stroll through quaint towns and along breathtaking beaches. It’s like a vacation on vacation.

If you need serious self-care, recharge your batteries at the spa, stretch out and exhale with a yoga class, or relax by the pool with a book. There are also nightclubs, live music shows, and casino nights to unwind, and kid-free comedy nights to keep you entertained. Explore all the different restaurants and try countless cuisines in one place.

Most of the activities are included in the price, making them much cheaper than a typical vacation. And since everything is in the immediate vicinity, you can experience it all. Relax all day and party all night. Give your endorphins the party they missed.

Some of the goals of P&O Cruises in Australia are:

Great Barrier Reef
Visit Airlie Beach, Cairns or Port Douglas for a tropical and wondrous experience. Discover one of the seven natural wonders of the world, the Great Barrier Reef. Swim, snorkel, even dive if you dare, and say hello to some bright, tropical fish. A spectacular tour like this is exactly what the doctor ordered.

Pentecost Sundays
Soak up the sun on the white sands of Whitehaven Beach, swim in the sparkling blue waters, and snorkel on Knuckle Reef. Explore Airlie Beach from the air on a seaplane flight, a completely different perspective than cruise travel, or get to know your land legs and explore the rainforest. You could even go on a crocodile safari, but don’t forget to hide your smile.

Kangaroo Island
Visit Remarkable Rocks, taste Ligurian honey, meet some critically endangered sea lions, watch kangaroos gather to feed at dusk, or catch the rare sight of a shy platypus. This enchanting island off mainland South Australia offers many rugged landscapes and unforgettable moments.

With cruises coming back on the table next year, it’s time to consider taking a vacation with P&O. Learn more about life on board and check out P & Os Cruise offers 2022 or Cruise offers 2023.

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Images courtesy of P&O Cruises.

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