Cruises from Sydney
Cruises departing from Sydney Harbour could be heading to exciting destinations such as New Zealand, Asia or the South Pacific. Many cheap cruises from Sydney will tour more of Australian shores visiting Hobart, Adelaide or Melbourne. Choose a short break cruise to the South Pacific or get set for a relaxing journey to Asia with a few weeks out at sea.
There is a wide selection of cruises departing from Sydney, so you are sure to find the perfect holiday for you and your family. Parents can have peace of mind with most cruise lines providing children’s facilities and organised programs. Our fantastic cruise holiday packages will include accommodation, dining and onboard entertainment.
Popular Destinations from Sydney
Discover more of our beautiful country with a cruise around Australia. Choose a journey that will take you to the rugged mountains of Tasmania, the sunny beaches of Cairns or to our fashion capital Melbourne. A little further off shore, you can visit exotic South Pacific Islands such as New Caledonia, Vanuatu or Fiji.
Our friendly country neighbour, New Zealand is an ideal destination to explore on a cruise. Discover the hidden gems on the North and South Island with stops at Wellington, Auckland, Milford Sound and Fiordland National Park. On the other hand, you can experience a fascinating Asian adventure with a cruise from Sydney to Japan or Indonesia.
Sydney is home to two dedicated cruise passenger terminals. The primary port is the Overseas Passenger Terminal in Circular Quay. The OPT can be accessed via Argyle Street and is within easy distance to the Circular Quay transport hub where you will find plenty of trains, ferries, buses and taxes. This terminal boasts spectacular views of the Opera House and the city’s skyline.
The second and newer departure port is the White Bay Cruise Terminal. Located near the iconic Anzac Bridge, access to this impressive terminal can be found via James Craig Road in Rozelle.
Prior to your departure, check with your cruise line provider for the exact details of your boarding time. Most cruises will require all passengers to arrive at the port between 3-5 hours before the schedule departure. Consult with your cruise line or your local travel consultant about the correct identification requirements for your cruise, which may include government approved photo ID and passports.