Cruising 2021 onwards is looking good

Updated 17th June, 2021

In the past week, the number of passengers who have sailed internationally reached 550,000 since cruise operations resumed last year – yet another important milestone for our industry.

Frustratingly, none of these passengers has sailed from Australia or New Zealand and our region is now the only major cruise market in the world where governments have made no progress towards resumption.

Last week’s announcement that Australia’s cruise suspension has been extended for another three months was not unexpected given the government’s warning that travel restrictions are likely to remain into next year.

As we chip away at getting closer to being back on the waters I thought I would share the latest in cruising with the release of Richard Branson’s new ship, Scarlet Lady.


Cunard: Queen Elizabeth

7 Nights | Australia |  | 2 Mar 2022

Join on Queen Elizabeth and immerse yourself in her evocative art deco elegance. The newest Queen exudes style and has an especially refined feel. Prepare yourself for a truly remarkable voyage.

Priced from $2599.00 (dependent on room type)

Silversea Kimberley Cruise

15 Nights/Departures: 1 July, 1 Aug, 2021

Marvel at the Horizontal Falls

Take a zodiac to King George Falls

Enjoy visits to Litchfield & Kakadu National Parks

This is a cruise that is truly spectacular.

Priced from $11,999 PP Twin Share

Murray River Cruises

13 new 2022 departures added for overnight Murray River cruises.

Save up to 15% on overnight Murray River cruises

Plus free wine and beer with dinner, beverage credit and free parking

Book by June 30, 2021

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