Discover our all-new Australia and New Zealand cruises to experience what the rest of the world only imagines.

These exceptional voyages travel to destinations both familiar and far-flung — the Great Barrier Reef, Tasmania, New Zealand, Bali, Singapore and more.

From sophisticated Sydney to primitive Komodo, we encounter the legendary Tasmanian Devil and fearsome Komodo dragon, plus sharks, crocs and other toothy types. Visit lavender fields, sheep farms and a remote island full of pearls. Sip the nectar of coastal vineyards. Meet Aboriginal artists and uncover seal colonies rarely seen by humans.

Travel the diverse expanses of Australia and New Zealand with Azamara’s destination experts. It’s more than just a far-ranging journey — it’s beyond all you imagined.

Tours in Australia Operated by

In Australia, specialty tours are operated by Abercrombie & Kent with singular service and amenities. These premiere tours are an all-new way to experience A&K’s superlative heritage of luxury travel while sailing with Azamara Club Cruises.

Explore the hidden corners of Australia, New Zealand and beyond with Cruise Global, Connect LocalSM shore excursions. Over 75 unique tours reveal the cultures of Oceania, connected by the great blue waters and a love of nature and new friends.

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