A wide range of Australian and Asian capitals are port cities, with aquatic environments as varied as our landscapes. Australia's safe waters and sheltered inlets are ideal departure points for cruises to neighbouring Asian harbours and beyond.
Sydney is the gateway to cruising the waters of New Zealand, the South Pacific and the east-coast of Australia. Cruises generally depart from the Overseas Passenger Terminal, on Circular Quay, making an arrival or departure into Sydney Harbour a particularly spectacular event.
Melbourne is the gateway to cruising the waters of the South Pacific, New Zealand and the east coast of Australia. Cruises generally depart from a pier in the suburb of Port Melbourne, on Port Phillip Bay. Entering the Bay from Bass Straight is a majestic approach into Melbourne.
Perth is the gateway to cruising the waters of Asia, Africa and Europe. Cruises from Perth generally depart from Fremantle, an historic destination situated just outside the Western Australian capital. Departing from Fremantle and heading out into the sunset of the Indian Ocean is a spectacular experience.
Singapore is the gateway to cruising the waters of Australia, Southeast Asia, Japan and beyond. Cruises depart from the Singapore Cruise Centre, a purpose-built modern terminal located in the Harbourfront district. Enjoy the glittering lights of the Lion City from your berth in front of picturesque Sentosa island.