We have started to detail Australia – we will be there in a few weeks so will have our first Doris Visits film from down under…. this section will build in 2019

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AUSTRALIA & TASMANIA


 

  • BRIEF: Named after Queen Adelaide of Saxe-Meiningen (1792-1849). Ships dock at the Outer Harbour. It is 12 miles north of the city centre. Shuttle buses are normally provided to the city (approx 40 minutes) Shopping malls and office blocks have expanded the 1836 plan of a square-mile grid of wide boulevards, gardens and nature parks. Adelaide now sports art and the unusual, and an alfresco lifestyle.
  • CURRENCY: Australian dollars
  • LANGUAGE/PHRASES: English is spoken
  • VISA: Visa is needed PLUS a work visa if on the ships manifest even as a guest employee. Both are easily obtained, free of charge in most instances and by return of email from the correct government web site. VISA
  • SHIPS SEEN HERE INC: Queen Elizabeth, Amadea, Pacific Jewel, Silver Muse, Crystal Serenity.

 


 

  • BRIEF: Airlie Beach is a port that is used to access the Great Barrier and Whitsunday Islands. It is a tender port. The local beach is small with swim zones to protect from the considerable box jellyfish and marine stingers.
  • CURRENCY: Australian dollars
  • LANGUAGE/PHRASES: English is spoken
  • VISA: Visa is needed PLUS a work visa if on the ships manifest even as a guest employee. Both are easily obtained, free of charge in most instances and by return of email from the correct government web site. VISA
  • SHIPS SEEN HERE INC: Arcadia when on a world cruise. P&O Australia, Pacific Dawn, Pacific Explorer, Seabourne Encore, Crystal Serenity.

 


 

  • BRIEF: Princess Royal Harbour is a short distance from the city centre. It was, a hundred or so years ago, the gateway to the eastern goldfields. Known for its beaches, such as Middleton Beach, it also has an Anzac centre, Historic Whaling Centre and national park.
  • CURRENCY: Australian dollars
  • LANGUAGE/PHRASES: English is spoken
  • VISA: Visa is needed PLUS a work visa if on the ships manifest even as a guest employee. Both are easily obtained, free of charge in most instances and by return of email from the correct government web site. VISA
  • SHIPS SEEN HERE INC: Arcadia when on a world cruise. P&O Australia, Pacific Dawn, Pacific Explorer, Seabourne Encore, Crystal Serenity.
  • FRED OLSEN SAYS

 


 

  • BRIEF: On the Clyde River estuary, which flows into crystal blue waters of the Pacific Ocean. Expect to find oysters here as it is a major industry.
  • CURRENCY: Australian dollars
  • LANGUAGE/PHRASES: English is spoken
  • VISA: Visa is needed PLUS a work visa if on the ships manifest even as a guest employee. Both are easily obtained, free of charge in most instances and by return of email from the correct government web site. VISA
  • SHIPS SEEN HERE INC: Arcadia when on a world cruise. P&O Australia, Pacific Dawn, Pacific Explorer, Seabourne Encore, Crystal Serenity.

 


 

  • BRIEF: Gateway to the Gold Coast, it is the Australian cruise port from which a short 7-day roundtrip Cruise will work.
  • CURRENCY: Australian dollars
  • LANGUAGE/PHRASES: English is spoken
  • VISA: Visa is needed PLUS a work visa if on the ships manifest even as a guest employee. Both are easily obtained, free of charge in most instances and by return of email from the correct government web site. VISA
  • SHIPS SEEN HERE INC: Arcadia when on a world cruise. P&O Australia, Pacific Dawn, Pacific Explorer, Seabourne Encore, Crystal Serenity.
  • FRED OLSEN SAYS

 


 

  • BRIEF: Broome has a cruise pier and a floating pontoon is due to be added in 2019. Shuttle buses take you downtown. Mudflats claim dinosaur footprints are shown at low tides.
  • CURRENCY: Australian dollars
  • LANGUAGE/PHRASES: English is spoken
  • VISA: Visa is needed PLUS a work visa if on the ships manifest even as a guest employee. Both are easily obtained, free of charge in most instances and by return of email from the correct government web site. VISA
  • SHIPS SEEN HERE INC: Boudicca when on a world cruise. P&O Australia, Pacific Dawn, Pacific Explorer, Seabourne Encore, Crystal Serenity.
  • FRED OLSEN SAYS

 


 

  • BRIEF: Third largest port in Western Australia Aboriginal Tour (led by a local Elder) and the Dolphin Discovery Center (with optional digital experiences)
  • CURRENCY: Australian dollars
  • LANGUAGE/PHRASES: English is spoken
  • VISA: Visa is needed PLUS a work visa if on the ships manifest even as a guest employee. Both are easily obtained, free of charge in most instances and by return of email from the correct government web site. VISA
  • SHIPS SEEN HERE INC: Arcadia when on a world cruise. P&O Australia, Pacific Dawn, Pacific Explorer, Seabourne Encore, Crystal Serenity.

 


 

  • BRIEF: Cairns is a port on the Great Barrier. You can walk to the city or the large Marina with an endless selection of reef tours.
  • CURRENCY: Australian dollars
  • LANGUAGE/PHRASES: English is spoken
  • VISA: Visa is needed PLUS a work visa if on the ships manifest even as a guest employee. Both are easily obtained, free of charge in most instances and by return of email from the correct government web site. VISA
  • SHIPS SEEN HERE INC: Pacific Aria Seven Seas Navigator, Sea Princess, Pacific Princess, Albatros, Sun Princess, Azamara Quest.
  • FRED OLSEN SAYS

 


 

  • BRIEF: On the mouth of the Endeavour River, on the Cape York Peninsula (Far North Queensland. Names come from sailor James Cook who stopped there in 1770 to repair his ship, there is not surprisingly a museum. Also access to the Lakefield National Park, the Great Barrier Reef, Golf and fishing trips.
  • CURRENCY: Australian dollars
  • LANGUAGE/PHRASES: English is spoken
  • VISA: Visa is needed PLUS a work visa if on the ships manifest even as a guest employee. Both are easily obtained, free of charge in most instances and by return of email from the correct government web site. VISA
  • SHIPS SEEN HERE INC: Insignia, Crystal Symphony, Seven Seas Voyager, Seven Seas Mariner, Wind Spirit, Seven Seas Explorer.
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  • BRIEF: Fort Hill Wharf cruise terminal was built in 2008, normally shuttles take you into town. Apart from cyclone season, it has an all year round good climate.
  • CURRENCY: Australian dollars
  • LANGUAGE/PHRASES: English is spoken
  • VISA: Visa is needed PLUS a work visa if on the ships manifest even as a guest employee. Both are easily obtained, free of charge in most instances and by return of email from the correct government web site. VISA
  • SHIPS SEEN HERE INC: AIDAvita, Silver Whisper, Seven Seas Navigator, Norwegian Jewel.
  • FRED OLSEN SAYS

 


 

  • BRIEF: On the Sapphire Coast, the southern coast of New South Wales. Large ships tender and the city is then walking distance. It has a sandy surf beach and cliffs.
  • CURRENCY: Australian dollars
  • LANGUAGE/PHRASES: English is spoken
  • VISA: Visa is needed PLUS a work visa if on the ships manifest even as a guest employee. Both are easily obtained, free of charge in most instances and by return of email from the correct government web site. VISA
  • SHIPS SEEN HERE INC:  Norwegian Jewel, Silver Shadow and Seven Seas Voyager.

 


 

  • BRIEF: Esperance has a new deepwater port for large ships but it has yet to get busy with cruise ships. It has five national parks with white sand beaches. Swimming and Scuba are on offer. 
  • CURRENCY: Australian dollars
  • LANGUAGE/PHRASES: English is spoken
  • VISA: Visa is needed PLUS a work visa if on the ships manifest even as a guest employee. Both are easily obtained, free of charge in most instances and by return of email from the correct government web site. VISA
  • SHIPS SEEN HERE INC: Astor, Amadea, Celebrity Solstice, Queen Elizabeth.

 


 

  • BRIEF: The beautiful bay of Exmouth is normally a tender port, it is not visited by many ships. Plans are set for a deep water harbour.
  • CURRENCY: Australian dollars
  • LANGUAGE/PHRASES: English is spoken
  • VISA: Visa is needed PLUS a work visa if on the ships manifest even as a guest employee. Both are easily obtained, free of charge in most instances and by return of email from the correct government web site. VISA
  • SHIPS SEEN HERE INC: Sea Princess, Amadea, Sirena, Artania.

 


 

  • BRIEF: Not far from Brisbane.
  • CURRENCY: Australian dollars
  • LANGUAGE/PHRASES: English is spoken
  • VISA: Visa is needed PLUS a work visa if on the ships manifest even as a guest employee. Both are easily obtained, free of charge in most instances and by return of email from the correct government web site. VISA
  • SHIPS SEEN HERE INC:  Phoenix Pursuit, Azamara Pursuit

 

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  • BRIEF: Freemantle is the port for Perth in Western Australia. A beautiful place, more peaceful that then bigger cities. Much to see including a cycle round Rottnest.
  • CURRENCY: Australian dollars
  • LANGUAGE/PHRASES: English is spoken
  • VISA: Visa is needed PLUS a work visa if on the ships manifest even as a guest employee. Both are easily obtained, free of charge in most instances and by return of email from the correct government web site. VISA
  • SHIPS SEEN HERE INC: Arcadia when on a world cruise. P&O Australia, Pacific Dawn, Pacific Explorer, Seabourne Encore, Crystal Serenity.

 


 

  • BRIEF: In Victoria Australia, it is a Geelong Art Gallery, Botanic Gardens, Library & Heritage Centre, Waterfront & Eastern Beach, Adventure Park, it is essentially a cargo port with a lot to offer. Dog Rocks Flora & Fauna Sanctuary, Buckley Falls, Mill Markets, Narana Aboriginal Cultural Centre, Kardinia Park & Simonds Stadium, National Wool Museum, Queenscliffe Maritime Museum, Point Lonsdale Lighthouse, Rippleside Park, You Yangs Regional Park, & The Ozone shipwreck.
  • CURRENCY: Australian dollars
  • LANGUAGE/PHRASES: English is spoken
  • VISA: Visa is needed PLUS a work visa if on the ships manifest even as a guest employee. Both are easily obtained, free of charge in most instances and by return of email from the correct government web site. VISA
  • SHIPS SEEN HERE INC: Viking Sun, Seven Seas Explorer.

 


 

  • BRIEF: A Facilities port for West Australia’s farming and shipping, volunteers greet cruise tourists meaning this is quite a family friendly stop for the dozen or so cruise ships that stop each year.
  • CURRENCY: Australian dollars
  • LANGUAGE/PHRASES: English is spoken
  • VISA: Visa is needed PLUS a work visa if on the ships manifest even as a guest employee. Both are easily obtained, free of charge in most instances and by return of email from the correct government web site. VISA
  • SHIPS SEEN HERE INC: Amadea, Silver Muse, Sun Princess, ms Maasdam.

 


 

  • BRIEF: Near Aukland it is in the coastal waters of the Great Barrier Reef.
  • CURRENCY: Australian dollars
  • LANGUAGE/PHRASES: English is spoken
  • VISA: Visa is needed PLUS a work visa if on the ships manifest even as a guest employee. Both are easily obtained, free of charge in most instances and by return of email from the correct government web site. VISA
  • SHIPS SEEN HERE INC: 

 


 

  • BRIEF: There are a number of ports that can be used for the Great Barrier Reef which is a very long area: Cairns, Port Douglas and Whitsundays (Airlie Beach). See the ports by name as well as this reef section. This map centres on the marine park.
  • CURRENCY: Australian dollars
  • LANGUAGE/PHRASES: English is spoken
  • VISA: Visa is needed PLUS a work visa if on the ships manifest even as a guest employee. Both are easily obtained, free of charge in most instances and by return of email from the correct government web site. VISA
  • SHIPS SEEN HERE INC: Arcadia when on a world cruise. P&O Australia.

 


 

  • BRIEF: Is one of the tender ports in the Great Barrier Reef area. 
  • CURRENCY: Australian dollars
  • LANGUAGE/PHRASES: English is spoken
  • VISA: Visa is needed PLUS a work visa if on the ships manifest even as a guest employee. Both are easily obtained, free of charge in most instances and by return of email from the correct government web site. VISA
  • SHIPS SEEN HERE INC:  Seven Seas Navigator, Pacific Aria, Columbus, MS Europa.
  • FRED OLSEN SAYS

 


 

  • BRIEF: On the Timor Sea facing Indonesia.
  • CURRENCY: Australian dollars
  • LANGUAGE/PHRASES: English is spoken
  • VISA: Visa is needed PLUS a work visa if on the ships manifest even as a guest employee. Both are easily obtained, free of charge in most instances and by return of email from the correct government web site. VISA
  • SHIPS SEEN HERE INC: No cruise ships listed into here this year.

 


 

  • BRIEF: Normally a tender port, Kangaroo Island is some way away from Adelaide on the mainland.
  • CURRENCY: Australian dollars
  • LANGUAGE/PHRASES: English is spoken
  • VISA: Visa is needed PLUS a work visa if on the ships manifest even as a guest employee. Both are easily obtained, free of charge in most instances and by return of email from the correct government web site. VISA
  • SHIPS SEEN HERE INC:  P&O Australia.

 


 

  • BRIEF: A rugged landscape on the Indian Ocean.
  • CURRENCY: Australian dollars
  • LANGUAGE/PHRASES: English is spoken
  • VISA: Visa is needed PLUS a work visa if on the ships manifest even as a guest employee. Both are easily obtained, free of charge in most instances and by return of email from the correct government web site. VISA
  • SHIPS SEEN HERE INC: Vasco da Gama


 

  • BRIEF: Past Cooktown the island, a national park, sits out in the sea at the far end of the Great Barrier Reef.
  • CURRENCY: Australian dollars
  • LANGUAGE/PHRASES: English is spoken
  • VISA: Visa is needed PLUS a work visa if on the ships manifest even as a guest employee. Both are easily obtained, free of charge in most instances and by return of email from the correct government web site. VISA
  • SHIPS SEEN HERE INC: Europa 2.


 

  • BRIEF: A beautiful holiday spot for those in Perth and Western Australia.
  • CURRENCY: Australian dollars
  • LANGUAGE/PHRASES: English is spoken
  • VISA: Visa is needed PLUS a work visa if on the ships manifest even as a guest employee. Both are easily obtained, free of charge in most instances and by return of email from the correct government web site. VISA
  • SHIPS SEEN HERE INC: .

 


 

  • BRIEF: Major city in Australia. The network of scenic trams offer an easy way to see the city.
  • CURRENCY: Australian dollars
  • LANGUAGE/PHRASES: English is spoken
  • VISA: Visa is needed PLUS a work visa if on the ships manifest even as a guest employee. Both are easily obtained, free of charge in most instances and by return of email from the correct government web site. VISA
  • SHIPS SEEN HERE INC: Pacific Eden, Viking Orion, Amadea, Majestic Princess.


 

  • BRIEF: Holiday resort on the sunshine coast with a marine world. It is a tender port. It is about 60 miles from Brisbane.
  • CURRENCY: Australian dollars
  • LANGUAGE/PHRASES: English is spoken
  • VISA: Visa is needed PLUS a work visa if on the ships manifest even as a guest employee. Both are easily obtained, free of charge in most instances and by return of email from the correct government web site. VISA
  • SHIPS SEEN HERE INC: Azamara Quest, Pacific Explorer. Seven Seas Navigator.

 


 

  • BRIEF: A former whaling station, the island is off the mainland between Brisbane and the main sunshine coast. Ships anchor at Tangalooma, the port town on the western coast.
  • CURRENCY: Australian dollars
  • LANGUAGE/PHRASES: English is spoken
  • VISA: Visa is needed PLUS a work visa if on the ships manifest even as a guest employee. Both are easily obtained, free of charge in most instances and by return of email from the correct government web site. VISA
  • SHIPS SEEN HERE INC: Pacific Explorer, Carnival Legend, Seabourn Encore, Carnival Spirit.

 


 

  • BRIEF: Newcastle is on the Hunter River with both new cruise and container ports.
  • CURRENCY: Australian dollars
  • LANGUAGE/PHRASES: English is spoken
  • VISA: Visa is needed PLUS a work visa if on the ships manifest even as a guest employee. Both are easily obtained, free of charge in most instances and by return of email from the correct government web site. VISA
  • SHIPS SEEN HERE INC: Explorer of the Seas, Norwegian Jewel, Viking Orion, ms Noordam.
  • FRED OLSEN SAYS

 


 

  • BRIEF: Norfolk Island is way out in the sea, between Australia and New Zealand. Ships anchor at Kingston, the port town on the southern coast. There are many buidlings from the colony period, and other attractions are Kingston Pier, HMS Sirius wreckage site (exposed at low tide), the ruins of Marine Barracks, the Guardhouse, Salt House and Crankmill. The Prisoner’s Barracks, Old Military Barracks, All Saints Church, New Gaol and the Kingston and Arthurs Vale Historic Area are a World Heritage Site as one of Australia’s Convict Sites.
  • CURRENCY: Australian dollars
  • LANGUAGE/PHRASES: English is spoken
  • VISA: Visa is needed PLUS a work visa if on the ships manifest even as a guest employee. Both are easily obtained, free of charge in most instances and by return of email from the correct government web site. VISA
  • SHIPS SEEN HERE INC:  Seabourn Encore, Pacific Explorer, ms Maasdam.

 


 

  • BRIEF: There are a number of ports that can be used for the Great Barrier Reef the Percy Islands are out in the ocean and could be considered to be near to them. Only one ocean ship has stopped here. 
  • CURRENCY: Australian dollars
  • LANGUAGE/PHRASES: English is spoken
  • VISA: Visa is needed PLUS a work visa if on the ships manifest even as a guest employee. Both are easily obtained, free of charge in most instances and by return of email from the correct government web site. VISA
  • SHIPS SEEN HERE INC: Ms Europa. 

 


 

  • BRIEF: The Melbourne side of Australia. The big attraction here is the Penguin Parade. The baby penguins come ashore in groups on this National Park. Ships anchor at Cowes, a port town on the northern coast.
  • CURRENCY: Australian dollars
  • LANGUAGE/PHRASES: English is spoken
  • VISA: Visa is needed PLUS a work visa if on the ships manifest even as a guest employee. Both are easily obtained, free of charge in most instances and by return of email from the correct government web site. VISA
  • SHIPS SEEN HERE INC: Golden Princess, Seabourn Encore, Vasco da Gama, Regatta, ms Maasdam.

 


 

  • BRIEF: Surrounded by reefs, the ships stop in reef marina next to golf courses, the Daintree Rainforest and many trips to the outer Great Barrier Reef.
  • CURRENCY: Australian dollars
  • LANGUAGE/PHRASES: English is spoken
  • VISA: Visa is needed PLUS a work visa if on the ships manifest even as a guest employee. Both are easily obtained, free of charge in most instances and by return of email from the correct government web site. VISA
  • SHIPS SEEN HERE INC: .Sun Princess, Crystal Symphony, Pacific Dawn.

 


 

  • BRIEF: Port Hedland. Harbour Access is through a narrow canal. Inland was gold mining, now livestock. Offshore there are gas fields.
  • CURRENCY: Australian dollars
  • LANGUAGE/PHRASES: English is spoken
  • VISA: Visa is needed PLUS a work visa if on the ships manifest even as a guest employee. Both are easily obtained, free of charge in most instances and by return of email from the correct government web site. VISA
  • SHIPS SEEN HERE INC: Radiance of the seas is the only ocean-going cruise ship that we can see has been there to date.

 


 

  • BRIEF: Port Kembla in the wonderfully named Wollongong. A rarely visited portPort Kembla comprises a seaport, that has a small harbour, small town, and a nature reserve.
  • CURRENCY: Australian dollars
  • LANGUAGE/PHRASES: English is spoken
  • VISA: Visa is needed PLUS a work visa if on the ships manifest even as a guest employee. Both are easily obtained, free of charge in most instances and by return of email from the correct government web site. VISA
  • SHIPS SEEN HERE INC: MSC Magnifica, and Explorer of the Seas and the Norwegian Jewel seem to be the only Ocean-going cruise ships to visit.

 


 

  • BRIEF: Brennan Jetty should mean this is not a tender port. The city centre is 10 minutes walk. It is Australia’s seafood capital – time to not have lunch on the ship.
  • CURRENCY: Australian dollars
  • LANGUAGE/PHRASES: English is spoken
  • VISA: Visa is needed PLUS a work visa if on the ships manifest even as a guest employee. Both are easily obtained, free of charge in most instances and by return of email from the correct government web site. VISA
  • SHIPS SEEN HERE INC: Golden Princess and Albatros.

 


 

  • BRIEF: A rarely visited port by ocean cruise ships. Portland is Victoria’s oldest European settlement and has Australia’s oldest lifeboat in the museum there.
  • CURRENCY: Australian dollars
  • LANGUAGE/PHRASES: English is spoken
  • VISA: Visa is needed PLUS a work visa if on the ships manifest even as a guest employee. Both are easily obtained, free of charge in most instances and by return of email from the correct government web site. VISA
  • SHIPS SEEN HERE INC: MS Maasdam, Vasco da Gama, Seven Seas Navigator and Seabourn Encore.

 


 

  • BRIEF: Two cruise ports, this is one.The old city and Merchants houses are fun, but with so much to see from the bridge to the opera house, you are spoilt.
  • CURRENCY: Australian dollars
  • LANGUAGE/PHRASES: English is spoken
  • VISA: Visa is needed PLUS a work visa if on the ships manifest even as a guest employee. Both are easily obtained, free of charge in most instances and by return of email from the correct government web site. VISA
  • SHIPS SEEN HERE INC: Arcadia when on a world cruise. P&O Australia, Silver Muse, Queen Elizabeth.
  • FRED OLSEN SAYS

 


 

  • BRIEF: On the tip of Australia pointing out to Papua New Guinea, the island is the land of the Kauraregs (Muralag peoples) and the industries are fishing and pearling.
  • CURRENCY: Australian dollars
  • LANGUAGE/PHRASES: English is spoken
  • VISA: Visa is needed PLUS a work visa if on the ships manifest even as a guest employee. Both are easily obtained, free of charge in most instances and by return of email from the correct government web site. VISA
  • SHIPS SEEN HERE INC: Viking Orion, Seven Seas Navigator, ms Paul Gauguin, Seven Seas Marina.

 


 

  • BRIEF: Well placed to visit the central Great Barrier Reef which is a very long area. The port has eight berths for container ships or cruise ships. This map centres on the marine park.
  • CURRENCY: Australian dollars
  • LANGUAGE/PHRASES: English is spoken
  • VISA: Visa is needed PLUS a work visa if on the ships manifest even as a guest employee. Both are easily obtained, free of charge in most instances and by return of email from the correct government web site. VISA
  • SHIPS SEEN HERE INC: Azamara Quest, Artania, ms Maasdam, Viking Orion.

 


 

  • BRIEF: Is in the Coral Sea some distance from the mainland.
  • CURRENCY: Australian dollars
  • LANGUAGE/PHRASES: English is spoken
  • VISA: Visa is needed PLUS a work visa if on the ships manifest even as a guest employee. Both are easily obtained, free of charge in most instances and by return of email from the correct government web site. VISA
  • SHIPS SEEN HERE INC: Pacific Dawn, Pacific Explorer, Sun Princess and Celebrity Eclipse.

 


 

  • BRIEF: On the tip of Australia pointing to Papua New Guinea. Few cruise ships get here. A smaller port.
  • CURRENCY: Australian dollars
  • LANGUAGE/PHRASES: English is spoken
  • VISA: Visa is needed PLUS a work visa if on the ships manifest even as a guest employee. Both are easily obtained, free of charge in most instances and by return of email from the correct government web site. VISA
  • SHIPS SEEN HERE INC: Wind Spirit, and MS Europa.

 


 

  • BRIEF: Sometimes just a sail-by of Yorkey’s Knob, but a great beach with a stinger net for protection from box jellyfish.
  • CURRENCY: Australian dollars
  • LANGUAGE/PHRASES: English is spoken
  • VISA: Visa is needed PLUS a work visa if on the ships manifest even as a guest employee. Both are easily obtained, free of charge in most instances and by return of email from the correct government web site. VISA
  • SHIPS SEEN HERE INC: Arcadia when on a world cruise. Norwegian Jewel, Majestic Princess and Celebrity Solstice.

 


 

  • BRIEF: Beauty Point has a Sea Horse World! Small port not often used by Ocean ships it is at the mouth of the Tamar River.
  • CURRENCY: Australian dollars
  • LANGUAGE/PHRASES: English is spoken
  • VISA: Visa is needed PLUS a work visa if on the ships manifest even as a guest employee. Both are easily obtained, free of charge in most instances and by return of email from the correct government web site. VISA
  • SHIPS SEEN HERE INC: No ships listed to go there.

 


 

  • BRIEF: On the side of Tasmania facing Australia.
  • CURRENCY: Australian dollars
  • LANGUAGE/PHRASES: English is spoken
  • VISA: Visa is needed PLUS a work visa if on the ships manifest even as a guest employee. Both are easily obtained, free of charge in most instances and by return of email from the correct government web site. VISA
  • SHIPS SEEN HERE INC: Regatta, Pacific Eden and Pacific Aria.

 


 

  • BRIEF: Of the island of Tasmania.
  • CURRENCY: Australian dollars
  • LANGUAGE/PHRASES: English is spoken
  • VISA: Visa is needed PLUS a work visa if on the ships manifest even as a guest employee. Both are easily obtained, free of charge in most instances and by return of email from the correct government web site. VISA
  • SHIPS SEEN HERE INC: 

 


 

  • BRIEF: Hobart is on the other side of the island to Australia. Tasmania was also used as a colony. This is a very popular port and you will find cruises that go here.
  • CURRENCY: Australian dollars
  • LANGUAGE/PHRASES: English is spoken
  • VISA: Visa is needed PLUS a work visa if on the ships manifest even as a guest employee. Both are easily obtained, free of charge in most instances and by return of email from the correct government web site. VISA
  • SHIPS SEEN HERE INC: Sun Princess, Noordam, Carnival Legend, Celebrity Solstice, Viking Orion, Queen Elizabeth, Pacific Eden, Azamara Quest, Crystal Serenity, Pacific Explorer.
  • FRED OLSEN SAYS

 

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  • BRIEF: Port Arther sits in Ladies Bay and the main feature is the best historic site of convicts – the machine to drive rogues honest.
  • CURRENCY: Australian dollars
  • LANGUAGE/PHRASES: English is spoken
  • VISA: Visa is needed PLUS a work visa if on the ships manifest even as a guest employee. Both are easily obtained, free of charge in most instances and by return of email from the correct government web site. VISA
  • SHIPS SEEN HERE INC: Sun Princess, Pacific Eden, Queen Elizabeth, Carnival Spirit.

 

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