Cruises from Tasmania

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Embark on an oceanic journey through Tasmania and enjoy a fascinating heritage that is complimented with some of the World’s most magnificent landscapes. Famous for its small cities and wilderness, Tasmania also offers a sensational array of dining options, complimented by fine wine and a forever lingering clean, crisp air. Brimming with astounding historical architecture and exhilarant outdoor activities, Tasmania is a South Pacific jewel, filled with breath taking views of bays and mountains. Compare hundreds of cruises from Tasmania now, use our deal finder to help you and find all prices and dates from all available liners and providers on one page! From last minute cruises to planned luxury, we can find all of the available options you will need, all in one place!

When is the best time to cruise Tasmania?

With 45% of this beautiful island listed as reserves and parks, it is no wonder that Tasmania attracts around 100,000 cruisers each year. Tasmania is a fantastic choice for cruisers looking for a little less heat and a soft sea breeze to accompany them on their journey of a life time. The maritime climate in Tasmania brings mild temperatures and a cooling air, perfect for sightseeing and outdoors exploring. The Tasmanian summer occurs between December and February and has a consistently even temperature of around 21 degrees. Winter falls in July and August where temperatures can be expected to hit 12 degrees. When the inevitable Antarctic winds threaten Tasmania, cruisers will notice fabulous and very welcome wind protection via Mount Wellington.

Highlights of cruises to Tasmania

  • Change your vessel and set out on a kayak! There are hundreds of kayaking tours heading down the Derwent river and thrill seekers should definitely make sure they pass through ‘suicide falls’!
  • With sandy white beaches, rocks of the brightest red colour and the bluest of waters, the Bay of Fires is one of Tasmania’s prime tourism hot spots. With an abundant host of activities such as camping, bird watching, swimming and surfing, Bay of Fires is often considered an overlooked wonder of the World.
  • Just a small walk from Hobart cruise terminal, make sure you pay a visit to the Tasmanian Museum & Art Gallery. This is a fascinating journey exploring historical, scientific and artistic background of Tasmania.

Ports for Tasmanian Cruises

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