2023 Tasmania Cruises

2023 is the year to visit Tasmania with Carnival!


A Tasmania cruise in 2023 is a great way to get away from it all and relax in one of the most beautiful places on earth.

A Sydney to Tasmania cruise stops in at Hobart and Port Arthur, allowing you to make the most of everything the island state has to offer.

Enjoy the stunning natural landscapes Tasmania is famous for. Take in the culture and award-winning art, and soak up the sought-after food and wine.

And do it all aboard a modern cruise ship that’s built for fun and adventure. With more than 45 activities onboard, a Tasmania cruise in 2023 will create memories you and your family will cherish forever.


Commonly Asked Questions

Are cruises to Tasmania rough?

Anyone who has ever been on a cruise ship knows the ocean can get rough from time to time. And the east coast of Australia and Bass Strait is no exception. However, a Tasmania cruise in 2023 in either January or November can mean calmer seas. Whatever the seas are doing, our Tasmania cruise ships are prepared. The Carnival Splendor is fitted with stabilisers, which means you can continue on with our activities even if the open seas are a bit rough.

Is November a good time to cruise to Tasmania?

November is a great time for a Sydney to Tasmania cruise. The weather is usually perfect at that time of year. That will mean plenty of opportunities to enjoy everything the island state has to offer, including:

How long does it take to sail to Tasmania?

A Tasmania cruise in 2023 takes about five days:

Where do cruise ships dock in Tasmania?

When you take a Tasmania cruise in 2023 you sail down the east coast of southern Australia and Tasmania. You’ll stop at Port Arthur, then sail onto Hobart, up the Derwent River and to the Macquarie Docks. The docks are in the centre of Hobart, putting you in a great spot to enjoy everything the city has to offer.

What should I pack for a cruise to Tasmania?

Pack for fun and adventure when you choose a Tasmania cruise in 2023. The island state offers a heap to do so pack accordingly to: