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MOSMAN CRUISE CENTRE

We have been helping discerning travellers create unique itineraries for over 25 years

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Over 25 Years of experience in travel and cruise holidays

Whether you would like to explore Australia, or visit our nearest neighbour, New Zealand, or maybe you have Antarctica, or Europe on your must-do list, we can help you put together the perfect itinerary. 

Mosman Cruise Centre consultants Biba and Martin

What People Are Saying

"Thank you for your great service - it mandates continuous customer loyalty. Please stick around - we need competent help. The world will return to normal at some point and we can catch up on travel and good times we're now missing. We will also have seen the value of full service travel agencies. "
David M
Retired
"Thanks for helping us with our trip to Japan. I really enjoyed our time there. The food was a highlight. The cruise was great to get all around Japan and interesting to see cherry blossoms at different stages - Tokyo was fantastic in the gardens in Shinjuku and also Niigata"
Michaela
"Thank you for the refund. We appreciate what you are doing for us under these very difficult circumstances. We had a lot of different components on our holiday, which makes it all the more complicated"
Eric and Sue

Travel Log

Internationally recognised proof of vaccination is likely to be part of international travel for some years which means you are going to need a certificate (either digital or paper) that proves your status. If you are eligible for Medicare and have been vaccinated in Australia, you can now access your …

Lookout for Whales

Ship strikes are the leading causes of death for whales – particularly the critically endangered North Atlantic Right Whales, of which there are fewer than 500 whales in our oceans, according to the World Wildlife Fund. Sustainability is very topical in the travel industry particularly for cruise lines, with the …

Keen to cruise

This week, the Australian government announced that cruise ships would not be allowed in Australian waters until June 17. This is an extension of the original ban and will mean cruise ships have been banned from Australian waters for 15 months. There is no guarantee this won’t be extended further. …

July 2020 A letter to our friends and customers… You may be wondering what the future holds for travel.  Australians are not completely free to travel, neither internationally nor domestically. Many express their lack of confidence in travel and the timeline for relaxing travel restrictions is unknown. Recent events with second-wave …

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