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Tangalooma Whale Watching Day Cruise Dolphin Viewing from Brisbane

Tangalooma Whale Watching Day Cruise Dolphin Viewing from Brisbane


Whale watching tour, Wild dolphin viewing

11.75 Hours
  • Mobile & printed vouchers accepted
  • Free Cancellation


Marvel at the annual migration each June to October of humpback whales as they journey some 16,000 kilometres from Antarctica along the east coast of Australia. These acrobats of the ocean pass by Moreton Island, often with their newborn calves, creating one of the greatest spectacles of the sea. Your Whale Watch crew will explain the habits and characteristics of migrating whales and serve a light, delicious lunch on board.

Added Safety Measures in Place


  • Return coach transfers
  • return cruise
  • whale watch cruise
  • light lunch
  • Access to the the wild dolphin viewing jetty

  • Optional Gratuities

Please Note

  • Tour concludes after sunset
  • Low level of fitness needed
  • Whale watching is dependent on tides, weather conditions and dolphin/whale appearance. They are wild animals however, the resort experiences a 98% attendance rate.
  • This tour is only from June to October

From US$144

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Tangalooma Whale Watching Day Cruise Dolphin Viewing from Brisbane

11.75 Hours

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Each year magnificent humpback whales travel approximately 20,000 kms on their migratory journey from Antarctica to mate and calf in the warm waters of the Great Barrier Reef. Enjoy a day out on the water and watch these friendly, intelligent mammals frolic in the ocean

  • Join a whale watch cruise just off the coast from Moreton Island
  • Witness Humpback Whales on their migration from Antartica to the Great Barrier Reef
  • The annual migration occurs from June to October
  • Informative commentary by the crew
  • Delicious light lunch served onboard the boat
  • Free time at Tangalooma Island Resort
  • Wild dolphin viewing

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