Australia and New Zealand Cruises from the UK

See the highlights of Australia and New Zealand on a cruise from the UK. Discover incredible UNESCO World Heritage Sites, natural wonders and fascinating cities during an exciting holiday of a lifetime down under. Cruises often call at the paradise islands of the South Pacific and Caribbean en route to Australia and New Zealand, and can include a transit of the famous Panama Canal, a feat of engineering.

  • Sydney
  • Melbourne
  • Aukland
  • Tauranga Beach

Australia & New Zealand Cruises

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About Australia & New Zealand Cruises

Cruises from the UK to New Zealand often call at North Island. Picturesque Tauranga in the Bay of Plenty was discovered by the Maori in the 13th-century. Tauranga translates as ‘the place of rest of anchorage’. It has grown over the years, with the Strand Waterfront a popular attraction due to its lively cafes, pubs and restaurants. Another popular port of call on the North Island is Auckland, overlooked by the iconic Sky Tower. It offers outstanding food, wine and shopping, as well as countless opportunities to embrace nature. In the west is dense rainforest, to the east are golden beaches, and the north is where you’ll find the rolling hills of wine country.

One of Australia’s highlights, and indeed a highlight of an Australia cruise from the UK is Sydney, capital of New South Wales. It is best known for Opera House, a masterpiece of 20th-century architecture, but there is so much more to the city. Discover stunning Bondi Beach or enjoy the views from Sydney Harbour Bridge. Melbourne and Adelaide also have a lot to offer. Melbourne’s mix of world-class dining, art galleries and shopping make it an exciting city to explore, while Adelaide is home to renowned museums including the Art Gallery of South Australia and the South Australian Museum.