The magic of Disney may soon cast its spell in a land down under! Over the decades, Disney has sprinkled its enchantment across the globe with theme parks in the United States, Hong Kong, Mainland China, and Japan. Though rumors of new Disney Resorts pop up periodically—often centered around burgeoning theme park markets in Asia and the Middle East—one new conversation is rekindling an old dream: a Disney Resort in Australia!

For Disney fans in Australia, this dream looks a little more tangible. Libertarian MP David Limbrick has recently voiced his aspirations for a Disneyland Resort in Melbourne. Highlighting three specific suburbs—Cranbourne, Dandenong, and Frankston—Limbrick believes South East Melbourne offers the perfect welcome mat for Disney’s creative geniuses. “Unlike other parts of Melbourne, Disney would be welcomed with open arms,” he pointed out.

Joining “The Project,” Limbrick emphasized that Disney has grand plans, funneling a whopping $60 billion into its Disney Experiences division. Encouraging the Australian tourism minister to reach out to Disney, Limbrick asserts that Melbourne is ready and excited to host a Disney Resort, all while ensuring taxpayers won’t bear any financial burden. Citing examples of collaborative ventures in Hong Kong and China, where local governments co-own the parks, a similar approach could be fruitful in Melbourne.

As it stands, no official talks have commenced between Disney and the Australian government. However, Limbrick is hopeful that by rallying community support, he can create enough buzz to capture Disney’s attention and potentially spark those vital discussions.

So, Disney enthusiasts, what say you? Can you imagine the joy of a Disney park nestled in sunny Australia? Share your thoughts in the comments below and spread the word!

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