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Whale Watching Tour

Whale Watching Tour

 

Enjoy a day out on the water and watch these friendly, intelligent mammals frolic in the ocean

12 Hours
  • Mobile & printed vouchers accepted
  • Free Cancellation

Highlights

Witness the magnificent Humpback Whale migration from Antarctica to the Great Barrier Reef. Join a cruise just off Moreton Island to see these gentle giants frolic in the ocean.

Includes

  • Return coach transfers
  • return cruise
  • whale watch cruise
  • light lunch
  • wild dolphin feeding at sunset

  • Optional Gratuities

Please Note

  • Tour concludes after sunset
  • Low level of fitness needed
  • Dolphin feeding and whale watching is dependant on tides, weather conditions and dolphin/whale appearance. They are wild animals however, the resort experiences a 98% attendance rate.

From US$140

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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
  • Wild dolphin feeding at sunset
  • Free time at Tangalooma Island Resort

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