Disney Cruise Line Reveals New Itineraries for 2023

Disney Cruise Line Reveals New Itineraries for 2023

The Disney Wonder is headed down under!

An exciting announcement came out of this year’s D23 Expo, that was held on September 9th-11th at the Anaheim Convention Center.

Josh D’Amaro, the Chairman of Disney Parks, Experiences and Products, revealed that the Disney Wonder will begin its voyages with Disney Magic at Sea. This particular sailing will offer exciting ports of call to Auckland, Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney with 2-, 3-, 4-, 5- and 6-night cruise.

Each sailing will showcase Disney’s One-of-a-Kind Entertainment, Special Moments with Disney Characters, Epic Encounters and Imaginative Dining.

Let’s take a closer look at a few of the different ports of call.

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Ports of Call Details:

Auckland, New Zealand:

In the Waitemata Harbour, Port of Auckland is a brief walk to the iconic Sky Tower and downtown area. Vistors will be able to tour the Domain Wintergardens, the Auckland Art Gallery, New Zealand Maritime Museum and much more.

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Brisbane, Australia (Queensland)

Located near the Brisbane Airport and major public transportation this port is know for its accessibility. Brisbane, Australia’s the third largest city, provides access to a variety of restaurants, pubs and shopping. Who doesn’t love a good day of shopping? Oh and did I mention, this port is close to the Australia Zoo.

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Melbourne, Australia (Victoria)

Located in the along the Yarra River, Port of Melbourne caters to all travelers. Can you say proximity? That’s right Melbourne is known for its fine dining, museums, vineyards, sporting and entertainment events, oh and its coffee shops galore. Port of Melbourne is just a short flight from Adelaide.

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Sydney, Australia (New South Wales)

In the Sydney Harbour, Port of Sydney houses iconic sights and sounds of Australia’s largest city to include Circular Quay, Bondi Beach, the Opera House and Royal Botanic Garden.

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Disney Wonder’s 2-night Sailing Itineraries

2-night cruise sailings dates are released (see below). Detailed itineraries for 3-night, 4-night, 5-night and 6-night cruises are currently not available at this time.

How to Book

Booking will begin on September 29th for Australia and New Zealand cruises. Interested in the repositioning cruise? Cruisers should mark their calendars for October 6th to make a reservation.

Make sure to reach out to your favorite Travel Advisor (yours truly) for assistance or head to our sponsor, DizN Vacations for a FREE no obligation quote.

DCL COVID-19 Protocol

Disney is dedicated to ensuring the safety of their guests.

All sailings include health and safety measures that are in compliance with the most up to date guidelines from the public health authorities in Australia and New Zealand. Since COVID-19, Disney has sanitizing stations located around the vessel.

About the Writer:

Hello Everyone! I am Kevin Carroll and I have been very fortunate to have many opportunities to visit Walt Disney World growing up, all in thanks to my grandparents. I remember each visit, running through the parks, grabbing Mickey pretzels, waiting for the parade, watching fireworks and experiencing my all-time favorite show/dinner party, the Hoop Dee-Doo Revue. As I prepare to provide my own son a lifetime of Disney, I hope that I can do the same for you! Let’s create some memories and magical experiences! kevin@diznvacations.com

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