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Cruises to Australia from Los Angeles

Few cruises from Los Angeles to Australia are available. They are one-way and visit South Pacific islands along the way. See the calendar of departures below.

Passengers avoid a very long flight by taking one of the cruises to Australia from America. This is truly the relaxing and adventurous way to go.

2021

61-day cruise to Australia on Oceania. One-way from Los Angeles to Sydney (Australia). Visit Astoria (Oregon), Seattle (Washington), Vancouver (Canada), Ketchikan (Alaska), Sitka (Alaska), Whittier (Alaska), Kodiak (Alaska), Dutch Harbor (Alaska), Petropavlovsk (Russia), Sapporo (Japan), Aomori (Japan), Ishinomaki (Japan), Onahama (Japan), Tokyo (Japan), Nagoya (Japan), Kyoto (Japan), Hiroshima (Japan), Shanghai (China), Hong Kong (China), Hue (Vietnam), Saigon (Vietnam), Singapore, Bali (Indonesia), Broome (Australia), Geraldton (Australia), Perth (Australia), Busselton (Australia), Albany (Australia), Adelaide (Australia), Melbourne (Australia) and Tasmania (Australia).
• 2021 departure: October 2.

2022

39-day cruise to Australia on Seabourn. One-way from Los Angeles to Sydney (Australia). Visit Avalon (California), Hilo (Hawaii), Lanai (Hawaii), Honolulu (Hawaii), Kauai (Hawaii), Fanning Island, Pago Pago, Samoa, Tonga, Russell (New Zealand), Auckland (New Zealand), Tauranga (New Zealand), Wellington (New Zealand), Picton (New Zealand) and New Plymouth (New Zealand).
• 2022 departure: January 11.

26-day cruise to Australia on Princess. One-way from Los Angeles to Sydney (Australia). Visit Hilo (Hawaii), Honolulu (Hawaii), Pago Pago (American Samoa), Apia (Samoa), Auckland (New Zealand), New Plymouth (New Zealand), Picton (New Zealand) and Christchurch (New Zealand).
• 2022 departure: January 19.

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