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The Disney Wonder cruise ship at sea
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Oh boy! Disney Cruise Line bookings are now open to Sydneysiders

The magical ships are setting sail from Sydney, as well as Melbourne and Brisbane

Alice Ellis
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Alice Ellis

Calling all Disnerds: due to popular demand, the House of the Mouse has added a whole new season to its Australian cruise calendar.

The first season of Disney Magic at Sea (which sets sail this October) was so popular that Disney Cruise Line has now announced a new season of cruises departing Australia and New Zealand in 2024 and through to 2025. 

Disney Wonder cruises range from between two to seven days, for which time guests will be fully immersed within a magical Disney world. You'll get to hang out with characters such as Captains Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse, experience what they call "imaginative" world-class dining, and be treated to Disney-riffic entertainment, including musical performances and original theatrical shows – all while sailing the seas and visiting ports including Noumea, Hobart and Eden.

There will of course be plenty of fun for small Disney fans, with the Disney Oceaneer Club taking small sailors on plenty of adventures. While the kids are busy, adults can relax in the adults-only Quiet Cove pool, get pampered at the Senses Spa and Salon or enjoy adult conversation at Palo restaurant.

Bookings are now open, and we recommend getting in quick, considering how far in advance the first season sold. 

For more info or to book, head on over to the Disney Cruise Line website.

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