Our Guests rated Dream Cruises
Total Reviews: 5

3 ships

Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Vietnam, Malaysia, Thailand, China, Hong Kong

Luxury Cruise Line at Affordable Prices

Dream Cruises is a new player in the Australian cruise scene with a range of exciting new itineraries, luxury ships and affordable pricing. It's Australian coastal cruises from Sydney up the Queensland Coastline and Tasmania cruises have been a popular new addition to the Australian cruise market with customers loving their value for money and inclusions. Other popular routes include the Shanghai to Sydney Cruise through an array of Asian ports and of course their itineraries from Singapore with destinations including Bali, Thailand, Malaysia, and Vietnam.

Dream Cruises is rethinking the way your cruise experience can be enhanced with fireworks displays at the conclusion of every cruise, state-of-the-art submersibles for undersea exploration and "The Palace" containing the most decadent amenities at sea. Over 70% of staterooms onboard include private balconies whilst it's "Dream Beds" wrap each guest in both comfort and luxury.

Entertainment & Dining

Sip on whiskey at the worlds first Johnnie Walker House at sea or indulge on a cocktail from a list of innovative mixes and signature drinks. But the entertainment doesn't stop there. A range of captivating live shows and nightclub facilities are sure to have you dancing the night away.

Laze by the pool or take the plunge on an array of waterslides for all ages and thrill seekers.

Indulge in the flavours of the world with over 35 restaurant and bar concepts onboard serving Asian and International cuisine. Internationally acclaimed Australian chef Mark Best brings culinary artistry to the table with his very first restaurant at sea onboard Genting Dream. Private dining and luxury facilities are available to guests of "The Palace". From premium cuts of meat, the freshest of seafood, and Chinese fine dining, you'll find it all on a Dream Cruise.


  • The Palace

    Located in its own dedicated section of the ship "The Palace" is your luxury suite at sea. With elegant contemporary decor, lavish lounges and dining rooms you'll feel like a movie star in these fully appointed suites. A team of European style butlers are there to serve your every need with unparalleled expertise and gracious service. Genting Dream and Explorer Dream have a total of 140 suites furnished in italian bed linen and double sink vanities and luxury in every detail. Exclusive facilities for "The Palace" guests include private sundeck and pool, private gym, fine dining at the private restaurant and private lounges.


Margaret travelled on Explorer Dream in November, 2019 and left the following Dream Cruises review:

Cabin was good but will book a window one next time. Coffee making facilities is a terrific idea. I could not fault the food or the crew. Entertainment was the best we have ever seen and that is after being on 15 cruises
Arash Farmahini travelled on Explorer Dream in February, 2020 and left the following Dream Cruises review:

Please add more food options in the buffet restaurant (Lido on Deck 12) having Turkish, Persian, Lebanese cuisine add extra advantages to the whole trip. the whole of my family was sick of food after 2-3 days. The number of food is not that important, quality and taste are more important.
Terry O’Connor travelled on Explorer Dream in December, 2019 and left the following Dream Cruises review:

Found cruise on a whole to be good, we had a balcony room which was fine but found bed too big for the room. All toiletries were provided and room housekeeping was excellent. We had an excellent deal by cruising to Auckland For 7 days and flying home To Sydney after 2 days Staff in pizza restaurant were good value and some spoke English, a lot of staff onboard is did not understand what we...
Maree travelled on Explorer Dream in October, 2019 and left the following Dream Cruises review:

The only 3 nice things I can say are nice cabin, good food in the dining room and awesome crew. So glad to disembark in Darwin. The time in almost every Asian port was slashed with no explanation. In 2 weeks there were only 3 production shows - repeated over and over. Food in The Lido buffet was always cold. Very few organised activities during the day. Dinner and drinks service very...
keith cook travelled on Explorer Dream in November, 2019 and left the following Dream Cruises review:

1st time embarking at brisbane. checkin was very streamline and quick. meet and greet was enjoyable. our cabin was clean and bright with a very large tv. our bathroom was great with a sliding door separating the head. our cabin steward was very good cleaning our room and a delight to talk to. we dined in the dining room both nights. were were seated at a window table and service was excellent...

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Frequently Asked Questions

What gratuities (tips) are included in the fare?

All gratuities are included in the Dream Cruises fare.

What are the prices for the drinks packages?

Dream Cruises has 3 types of drinks packages based on 7 night cruises. The Refresh package is $290pp and includes soft drinks, still water, sparking water, coffee, tea, juices, and flavoured hot drinks. The Classic Package is $329pp and includes the Refresh package plus, beer, wine, and sparkling wine. The Premium package is $599 and includes the Refresh + Classic package plus mocktails, cocktails and assorted spirits.

Is room service available?

Yes, room service is available for a nominal charge.

Is smoking available on board?

There are designated areas for smoking in outdoor areas. There is a no smoking policy inside the ships which includes the casino.

Is Wifi Available?

Yes packages are available to purchase on board the dedicated app.


Dream Cruises have announced they are returning to the Australian market for the 2020 / 2021 season
Dream Cruises has today confirmed they will bring Explorer Dream to Australia in 2019. Explorer