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Silversea Oceania: 18 nights from Sydney with Silver Muse
16 Feb 2025

Australia, Indonesia, Singapore
from ₪34,849.32
Price per person
Oceania with Silver Muse from ₪34,849.32
Price per person

Cruise itinerary
Departure Port: Sydney ➞ Landing: Singapore

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    Sunday, 16 February 2025 - 07:00
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    Tuesday, 18 February 2025 08:00 - 05:00
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    Thursday, 20 February 2025 12:30 - 06:30
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    Friday, 21 February 2025 08:00 - not found
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    Wednesday, 26 February 2025 08:00 - 06:00
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    Saturday, 1 March 2025 08:00 - 11:00
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    Monday, 3 March 2025 07:00 - 07:00
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    Wednesday, 5 March 2025 04:00 - not found
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Sydney

Sydney

Historical Journey

Established as the first British colony in Australia in 1788, Sydney's rich history is a testament to its resilience and diversity. From its origins as a penal colony to becoming a vibrant global city, Sydney offers a unique historical narrative. The Rocks, one of the city's most historic areas, tells stories of Aboriginal heritage, convict life, and early settlement. Exploring Sydney's history provides a profound understanding of Australia's cultural evolution.

Sunny Skies and Pleasant Breezes

Sydney is blessed with a temperate climate, boasting warm summers and mild winters, making it an attractive destination year-round. Its climate encourages an active, outdoor lifestyle, inviting visitors to enjoy its famous beaches, beautiful parks, and scenic walks under the vast, blue Australian sky.

A City of Iconic Attractions

Home to the world-renowned Sydney Opera House and the majestic Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney offers a plethora of unforgettable experiences. Beyond its iconic landmarks, you can discover hidden beaches, lush national parks, and vibrant markets. A ferry ride across Sydney Harbour offers breathtaking views, while a visit to the Taronga Zoo or the SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium provides fun for all ages. Sydney is a city that captivates with its natural beauty and cosmopolitan allure.

Culinary Delights Down Under

Sydney's food scene is as diverse as its population, offering an exquisite blend of international cuisines and fresh, local seafood. The city's markets, such as the Sydney Fish Market, are a haven for food enthusiasts, offering some of the freshest produce in the region. Cafés and restaurants dot the waterfront, providing the perfect backdrop for dining al fresco while savoring Australia's famed wines and craft beers.

Embark on a Maritime Adventure

Starting your cruise journey from Sydney not only means departing from one of the world's most beautiful harbors but also having the opportunity to explore the city's wonders before setting sail. Whether you're cruising along the Australian coast or venturing to distant shores, Sydney is the perfect launchpad for your next maritime adventure. With its unparalleled beauty, vibrant culture, and welcoming atmosphere, Sydney invites you to discover the joys of sea travel in a way that only it can offer.

Brisbane

Brisbane

Historical Roots

Brisbane, the capital of Queensland, has a deep-rooted history that traces back to the indigenous Jagera and Turrbal peoples. The city's modern establishment in the early 19th century as a penal colony for the British Empire marks the beginning of its colonial history. Today, Brisbane honors its indigenous and colonial heritage through various historical sites and museums, offering a window into its complex past and the rich tapestry of cultures that have shaped it.

Sunlit Days and Starry Nights

Boasting a subtropical climate, Brisbane is a city where sunny days predominate, and mild winters are the norm. This enviable weather supports an outdoor lifestyle, encouraging locals and visitors alike to explore the city's extensive parklands, river walks, and outdoor dining options. Brisbane's climate is one of its greatest assets, inviting everyone to enjoy the city's natural and urban landscapes in almost any season.

Discover Brisbane's Charms

From the natural wonders of the Brisbane River to the man-made marvels like the Story Bridge, Brisbane is a city of diverse attractions. The South Bank Parklands offer a cultural and recreational haven with its lush parks, world-class museums, and the Streets Beach. The nearby Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary provides an unforgettable experience with Australia's native wildlife. For the adventurous, the nearby Moreton Island offers pristine beaches and the opportunity for dolphin feeding and wreck diving.

A Culinary Journey

Brisbane's culinary scene is a testament to its growing diversity, offering an array of local and international flavors. The city's food markets, such as the Eat Street Northshore, provide a feast for the senses with an assortment of gourmet foods, artisan products, and live music. Queensland's fresh produce, seafood, and world-class wines are prominently featured in local restaurants, making dining in Brisbane a delightful experience that mirrors the region's bounty.

Set Sail from Brisbane

Embarking on a cruise from Brisbane offers an unparalleled opportunity to explore the Pacific's enchanting destinations. The city's modern cruise terminal serves as a gateway to exotic locales, combining the convenience of urban amenities with the allure of adventure at sea. Whether you're seeking a tropical escape to nearby islands or an extended voyage across oceans, Brisbane provides the perfect starting point for your journey, promising an experience that begins with the wonders of the city itself.

Townsville

Townsville

Cairns

Cairns

Explore Cairns: Tropical Paradise in Australia

Cairns, located in Queensland, Australia, is a captivating city that offers a perfect blend of natural beauty and adventure. Established in 1876, Cairns has grown from a small port town to a bustling tourist destination known for its stunning beaches, lush rainforests, and vibrant marine life.

Tropical Climate of Cairns

Cairns enjoys a tropical climate with warm temperatures year-round. The city experiences two main seasons: the wet season from November to April, characterized by heavy rainfall and lush greenery, and the dry season from May to October, offering sunny days ideal for outdoor activities like exploring the Great Barrier Reef or hiking in the nearby rainforests.

Top Attractions and Places to Visit in Cairns

Discover Cairns' top attractions, including the world-renowned Great Barrier Reef, where you can snorkel or dive among colorful coral reefs and diverse marine life. Explore the lush Kuranda Rainforest by scenic railway or Skyrail cableway, visit the Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park to learn about indigenous culture, or relax on the sandy shores of Palm Cove or Trinity Beach.

Local Cuisine: Flavors of Tropical North Queensland

Indulge in Cairns' culinary scene with fresh seafood like barramundi and prawns, tropical fruits such as mangoes and papayas, and unique Australian bush foods like kangaroo and crocodile meat. Sample local dishes at the Rusty's Markets or enjoy waterfront dining along the Esplanade while savoring regional specialties like mud crab and Moreton Bay bugs.

Embark on an Unforgettable Cruise from Cairns

Enhance your Cairns experience by booking a cruise departing from this coastal city. Choose from a variety of cruises exploring the Great Barrier Reef's pristine waters, remote islands like Fitzroy Island or Green Island, or scenic coastal voyages offering stunning views of Queensland's coastline. A cruise from Cairns promises unforgettable adventures and encounters with Australia's natural wonders.

Cairns

Cairns

Explore Cairns: Tropical Paradise in Australia

Cairns, located in Queensland, Australia, is a captivating city that offers a perfect blend of natural beauty and adventure. Established in 1876, Cairns has grown from a small port town to a bustling tourist destination known for its stunning beaches, lush rainforests, and vibrant marine life.

Tropical Climate of Cairns

Cairns enjoys a tropical climate with warm temperatures year-round. The city experiences two main seasons: the wet season from November to April, characterized by heavy rainfall and lush greenery, and the dry season from May to October, offering sunny days ideal for outdoor activities like exploring the Great Barrier Reef or hiking in the nearby rainforests.

Top Attractions and Places to Visit in Cairns

Discover Cairns' top attractions, including the world-renowned Great Barrier Reef, where you can snorkel or dive among colorful coral reefs and diverse marine life. Explore the lush Kuranda Rainforest by scenic railway or Skyrail cableway, visit the Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park to learn about indigenous culture, or relax on the sandy shores of Palm Cove or Trinity Beach.

Local Cuisine: Flavors of Tropical North Queensland

Indulge in Cairns' culinary scene with fresh seafood like barramundi and prawns, tropical fruits such as mangoes and papayas, and unique Australian bush foods like kangaroo and crocodile meat. Sample local dishes at the Rusty's Markets or enjoy waterfront dining along the Esplanade while savoring regional specialties like mud crab and Moreton Bay bugs.

Embark on an Unforgettable Cruise from Cairns

Enhance your Cairns experience by booking a cruise departing from this coastal city. Choose from a variety of cruises exploring the Great Barrier Reef's pristine waters, remote islands like Fitzroy Island or Green Island, or scenic coastal voyages offering stunning views of Queensland's coastline. A cruise from Cairns promises unforgettable adventures and encounters with Australia's natural wonders.

Darwin

Darwin

Exploring Darwin: A Tropical Paradise in Australia

Darwin, situated in Australia's Northern Territory, is a city rich in history and natural beauty, offering visitors a unique blend of indigenous culture and modern charm. Founded in 1869, Darwin has overcome its tumultuous past, including being heavily bombed during World War II, to become a vibrant and multicultural destination that celebrates its resilience and diversity.

Tropical Climate of Darwin

Darwin experiences a tropical savanna climate characterized by two distinct seasons: the wet season from November to April and the dry season from May to October. The wet season brings heavy rainfall and impressive thunderstorms, while the dry season offers sunny days and cooler nights, making it an ideal time for outdoor activities like exploring national parks and enjoying the city's outdoor markets.

Top Attractions and Places to Visit in Darwin

Discover Darwin's unique attractions, such as the Mindil Beach Sunset Market where you can sample local cuisine and watch stunning sunsets over the Timor Sea. Explore the lush George Brown Botanic Gardens, visit Crocosaurus Cove to get up close with saltwater crocodiles, or take a day trip to Litchfield National Park to swim in refreshing waterfalls.

Local Cuisine: Flavors of the Northern Territory

Immerse yourself in Darwin's culinary scene by trying local delicacies like barramundi fish, kangaroo meat, mud crab, and buffalo steaks. Indulge in Asian-inspired dishes at the Parap Markets or savor fresh seafood at waterfront restaurants. Don't miss the opportunity to taste traditional Aboriginal bush foods like bush tomatoes and macadamia nuts for a truly authentic culinary experience.

Embark on an Unforgettable Cruise from Darwin

Take your Darwin adventure to the next level by booking a cruise departing from this coastal city. From luxury cruises exploring the Kimberley region's rugged landscapes to wildlife cruises in search of dolphins and sea turtles in the Timor Sea, there are diverse options to suit every traveler. A cruise from Darwin promises unforgettable experiences and breathtaking views of Australia's northern waters.

Benoa

Benoa

The best way to reach Benoa is by cruise ship. Choose a cruise departing from Benoa or with a stop in this town to visit Bali! What are you waiting for? Visit our website and choose the cruise that best suits your needs and desires!

Semarang

Semarang

Singapore

Singapore

Singapore

Singapore