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P&O Cruises Australia Ships

P&O Cruises Australia
Pacific Dawn - The Dome Pacific Dawn - Lido Deck Pacific Dawn - Balcony Cabin Pacific Dawn - Shark Shack

P&O Australia Ship Reviews

Pacific Pearl
Pacific Pearl
Ranked #1 of 3 P&O Australia Ships
54% Loved It
  • Recently underwent major refurbishments
  • Interconnecting staterooms ideal for families
  • New Zealand Natural ice cream parlor onboard
  • Launched: 1987; Passengers: 1,800
Pacific Dawn
Pacific Dawn
Ranked #2 of 3 P&O Australia Ships
51% Loved It
  • Multimillion-dollar update
  • Interconnecting staterooms are ideal for families
  • Giant outdoor movie screen
  • Launched: 1991; Passengers: 1,950
Pacific Jewel
Pacific Jewel
Ranked #3 of 3 P&O Australia Ships
48% Loved It
  • Recent major refurbishment
  • Interconnecting staterooms ideal for families
  • A New Zealand Natural ice cream parlor
  • Launched: 1990; Passengers: 1,950
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P&O Australia Member Reviews

51% Loved It

This was our first cruise and my partner and I where very pleased with everything on offer. To start with, we got a steal on the price. for 2 ... Read more

by Beencruising2014

This was our first cruise with PO Australia and more than likely the last. The cruise was to a newer destination being PNG, with stops at Alotou, ... Read more

by peteraussie

We wanted to go to the Melbourne Cup and thought cruising would be a convenient way to go. P&O had two ships leaving for the cup and our ship ... Read more

by Reg2010

Was very excited for this cruise having previously travelled with P&O and enjoying it but unfortunately P&O have reduced themselves and ... Read more

by cruisin-m

My husband and I sailed on the Pacific Dawn in September to PNG.

Embarkation was slow and a total shambles. Spending an hour lined up is ... Read more

by TineQueen
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