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Before embarking on cruises from Melbourne, make sure to explore all the city has to offer, a cosmopolitan hub of art and culture where there is always a plethora of things to see and do.
Check out the P&O Australia cruises that include tickets and transfers to some of these events.
If you’re not there in time for one of these events, there will still be plenty for you to enjoy before hitting the high seas.
Melbourne boasts several spots to watch the sunset such as rooftop terraces, where you can enjoy a drink as well as the view. You may also find yourself at Flinders Street Station, the oldest railway station in Australia, indulging your inner child at Luna Park, or riding the trams around the city.
There are great big city destinations around Australia that you can cruise to from Melbourne, many of which are available at hugely discounted rates over on our best deals page.
Some of the most popular cruises from Melbourne are Tasmanian cruises, visiting:
Other Australian destinations such as Hamilton Island and Perth are usually visited on the way to exciting destinations throughout Asia. Asia offers great final destinations as well as being stop overs for longer cruises ending in Southampton. Stop overs in Asia include exciting locations in:
Cruises from Melbourne could also take you on an unforgettable journey to some of the most beautiful places in the Pacific Islands:
Just a stone throw from the Australian coastline, New Zealand boasts unrivalled unique and natural beauty. Cruising to New Zealand invites you to experience this mountainous paradise and immerse yourself in invigorating Maori culture, which you can find in all parts of the country.
Cruises from Melbourne to Southampton visit spectacular places along the way, such as:
There is a fantastic variety of cruise lines sailing from the Melbourne port:
We would definitely recommend visiting Melbourne in the shoulder seasons, so:
These are the months with moderate tourist crowds and mild weather. If you need to fly to Melbourne, the airfares will also be cheaper then.
The summer months of January and February are the high season and are full of visitors wandering the charming streets of Melbourne, plus it can get pretty hot.