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P&O Australia Cruises

Bursting at the seams with live entertainment such as theatre and comedy, as well as fine dining restaurants, spas, recreation facilities and Kids Clubs – on-board life is like cruising in high-definition.
  • Pacific Dawn

Pacific Dawn

Top five reasons to cruise with P&O South Pacific


  1. Entertainment
    Every P&O cruise features a wide variety of stage performances, from musicals and dance shows to comedians and illusionists, guaranteeing a unique experience every night. There is also a casino, cinema and a range of themed parties on every cruise.

  2. Youth Programs
    The kids won’t want your P&O journey to end, with a huge program of fun activities on every cruise. There are three kids’ centres on every ship, each catering to a different age group, which are all open from 9am – 10pm. Childminding after 10:30pm can also be arranged.

  3. Shopping
    You don’t have to disembark to find great shopping, with duty free shops and an electronics store on every P&O ship.

  4. Fitness Facilities
    The energetic types will enjoy the wide range of fitness facilities aboard every ship, including table tennis, a running track, fitness centre, dance lessons, swimming pools and more.

  5. Cuisine
    All main meals are included in your cruise package, giving you access to a lavish buffet, four-course à la Carte menus and a number of casual dining options. Room service is also available 24 hours a day.

P&O Cruises South Pacific is the Australian arm of P&O International. The first P&O cruise from Sydney to Noumea was on 24 December 1932, and this has been one of the most popular cruise destinations in the South Pacific ever since. While the natural beauty of these tropical islands remains, the early cruise ships are incomparable to those at sea today – the first P&O cruise ships were large mail steamers that carried intrepid leisure passengers as well.

Today, P&O South Pacific has five cruise ships, Pacific Jewel, Pacific Dawn, Pacific Pearl, and very recent additions of Pacific Eden and Pacific Aria.

The original Pacific Pearl, Pacific Dawn and Pacific Jewel have been retrofitted to reflect the cruise line’s modern new designs. The ships boast contemporary new furniture, a revamped pool deck and new entertainment options – including a rock-climbing wall and zip line.

Boasting a tagline of “Like No Place On Earth,” P&O is keen to adapt to rapidly changing Australian tastes.

P&O believe that cruising is no longer just bingo, buffet and board games. Cruising is now designed so that guests can do nothing, or be pampered, or shop, or be entertained, or be kept very, very active – it is all a matter of choice

The concept of choice is also very apparent in P&O’s Food revolution launched in 2014. P&O have focused on revamping the dining experience that cruising guests can expect. There’s a minimum of eight dining options onboard each ship, with the new Ships Pacific Aria and Pacific Eden offering more restaurants.

P&O are proud to have Australia’s only celebrity chef restaurant at sea Luke Mangan, and promote that their commitment to innovative, fresh and fantastic food sets them apart from their competitors.

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