Most cruise lines offer cruises to Australia. They range from inexpensive casual ships to the exclusive ultra-luxury lines.
Azamara Cruises: Small luxury cruise ships. Specialize in trips with more overnight stays in port.
Carnival Cruise Line: The famous "fun ships". Very casual. Popular with party-loving couples, and families with young children.
Celebrity Cruises: Huge ships with the most modern, sophisticated style. A premium cruise line loaded with unique amenities.
Crystal Cruises: Award-winning luxury cruise line. Known for high-quality enrichment program and attention to detail.
Cunard Line: Traditional British luxury on huge ships. Oceanliners designed for speedy long voyages.
Fred Olsen Cruises: Mid-size relaxed ships. Traditional in style and offerings.
Holland America Line: Premium-class mid-size ships. Traditional style aimed at adults.
Norwegian Cruise Line: The pioneer of "freestyle" cruises. Affordable and casual for families.
Oceania Cruises: Upper premium smaller ships known for fine cuisine. Luxury for discerning travelers.
Princess Cruises: One of the most active Australia cruise lines. Affordable, casual ships for the middle-class.
P&O Cruises: P&O is a UK-based cruise line that has been in operation for 175 years. They offer a lot of Australia cruises on casual, affordable, new ships.
Regent Seven Seas: All-inclusive luxury cruise ships. They offer cruises to Australia out of Singapore, Tahiti and the US.
Royal Caribbean Cruise Line: Big, innovative, fun ships for the whole family. Good for active explorers of all ages.
Seabourn: Ultra-luxury cruise line. Relatively small ships with the highest levels of service.