The Magical Disney Cruise Line Will Set Sail From Australia In 2023

Hit the seas in Disney style

The Magical Disney Cruise Line Will Set Sail From Australia In 2023

Hit the seas in Disney style
disney cruise australia

All aboard – Disney’s ‘Magic at Sea’ cruise is finally set to arrive in Australia.

Mad Disney fans and families can now get ready to book their dream cruise in 2023 after Disney Cruise Line announced they’ll be arriving down under.

Yep, Aussie fans have been waiting quite a while for this one. Two and a half decades to be exact, but there is still just one catch – it’s for a limited time only.

The Disney Wonder ship will offer a range of two to six-night “Disney Magic at Sea” sailings departing Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne from October 2023 – February 2024.

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What you can expect

Bringing together Disney magic (including Star Wars, Pixar and Marvel), Broadway-quality entertainment, immersive dining experiences, and a few of your favourite characters on deck, the experience is one for all generations. When on board you’ll get to explore a multi-level recreation of Andy’s Room from Toy Story and the Marvel Super Hero Academy, say hi to Captain Mickey and Minnie Mouse, catch the Frozen musical, attend a festive deck party, and eat at Tiana’s Place (The Princess and the Frog) to the sounds of smooth jazz.

The Magical Disney Cruise Line Will Set Sail From Australia In 2023
Watch the enchanting world of Frozen come to life on the stage, along with beloved tunes from the movie.

For the big kids, there will be an adults-only pool, exclusive Northern Italian dining at Palo, and a rejuvenating stop at the Senses Spa & Salon.

When does Disney cruise Australia go on sale?

Bookings will be open to the general public from Thursday 29th September 2022 at 6am AWST (8am AEST). You can find out how to book and get more information on their website.


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