Sailings departing from Brisbane offer some of the best and cheapest cruise deals in Australia.
From family-friendly short getaways to weeks-long adventures, cruise enthusiasts find an incredible variety of cruise itineraries leaving right from Brisbane’s very own Portside Cruise Terminal.
In addition, for cruisers wanting to experience a memorable and one for the books vacation at sea, cruising from Brisbane opens up a world of affordable dream vacations.
Take advantage of these deals exclusive to the region, and allow one of the best cruise ports in Australia to launch your next cruise adventure.
Carnival Cruise Line: 7-night South Pacific Cruise
Cruisers can now experience an incredible 7-night South Pacific getaway aboard Carnival Luminosa starting at $691 per person. This weeklong island-hopping itinerary visits two of the South Pacific’s most beautiful destinations – Lifou in New Caledonia and Mystery Island in Vanuatu.
Additionally, this voyage is one of the best deals out of Brisbane as Carnival Luminosa offers fun and amazing onboard activities and amenities. Moreover, cruisers get the chance to soak up in the sun or go ashore to experience snorkeling crystal-clear waters and have some relaxation and rejuvenation along palm-lined beaches.
Furthermore, the South Pacific cruise allows guests to be immersed in the unique cultures of New Caledonia and Vanuatu. This is also an opportunity for cruisers to marvel at the stunning natural wonders of the both places.
Royal Caribbean International: 7-night Queensland Cruise
Royal Caribbean offers a memorable vacation at sea via 7-night Queensland Cruise aboard Quantum of the Seas starting at $794 per person.
The Quantum of the Seas is famous for the line’s signature thrill rides like the RipCord skydiving simulator and North Star observation capsule that takes you 300 feet above sea level. In addition, guests also get to enjoy amenities like bumper cars, and roller skating.
This roundtrip Brisbane itinerary visits Queensland’s amazing destinations like Airlie Beach and Cairns, with a full day to explore the Great Barrier Reef. Also, guests get to have the opportunity to marvel at the natural wonders of Willis Island.
Princess Cruises: 14-Day New Zealand
Princess Cruises offers yet another phenomenal voyage via a 14-Day New Zealand for $1,498 per person as starting rate from $1,938. This unbelievable deal aboard Diamond Princess allows cruisers to save 22.69%.
This round-trip sailing from Brisbane will first visit Auckland before sailing onward to Napier, Picton, Christchurch (Lyttelton), and Dunedin (Port Chalmers). In addition, guests get to marvel at the stunning Fiordland National Park before heading back to Brisbane for disembarkation.
P&O Australia: 12-night Fiji Adventure
P&O Australia highlights a 12-night Fiji Adventure via Pacific Encounter for a reasonable starting rate of $1664 per person. Departing from Brisbane, this island-hopping voyage showcases Fiji’s dazzling array of tropical wonders.
From Mystery Island’s world-class snorkeling to the palm-fringed beaches of Dravuni, cruisers are bound to witness and marvel at amazing island paradise destinations. In addition, cruise enthusiasts also get to discover Fiji’s interior at the bustling port of Lautoka, and venture further to Port Vila in Vanuatu and Lifou in New Caledonia.
Part of the package are the friendly Australian crew who will take care of the cruisers as they create bucket-listed memories amid amazing island paradises. The turquoise waters, the swaying palm trees, and the ever-vibrant Pacific cultures make up one of the best cruise deals from Brisbane.
Virgin Voyages: 6-night South Pacific
Virgin Voyages features a 6-night South Pacific itinerary aboard the new Resilient Lady as part of its signature boutique sailing.
Departing from Brisbane, this adults-only cruise starts at an incredible starting rate of $1,915 per person.
Resilient Lady will wow cruisers with its sleek and stylish decor, over 20 dining hubs, and exciting evening entertainment. With itineraries that include Sydney plus calls at Eden, Burnie, and Melbourne, cruisers get a taste of Australia’s greatest cities.