WHALE WATCHING

  
WHALE WATCHING
Whale watching is a highly popular pastime in Australia, as the direction of the annual whale migration from south to north and back again means the majestic marine mammals pass right alongside many of the popular coastal destinations in Australia as they head to warmer waters to both give birth to and raise their young. Whale watching has thus become a huge industry in Australia as hundreds of thousands of people flock to the waters each year to catch a sight of these ocean giants up close and witness their surprisingly playful and curious natures firsthand.

  
TANGALOOMA ISLAND WHALE WATCHING CRUISES
From June through to October, visitors to Tangalooma can partake in a daily Whale Watching Cruise to see these amazing ocean giants up close! Over the course of 3 enjoyable hours, you'll join one of the city's best and longest-running operators and board the largest whale watching vessel to see the majestic humpback whales in their natural environment. Transfers are included from Brisbane's Holt Street Wharf to get to Tangalooma with departure times available at either 7am or 10am, before the whale watching cruise heads out from the island at 12pm and returning at 3pm giving you great value for money plus ample time to see the humpbacks breach and play.

  
GOLD COAST WHALE WATCH CRUISE
The Gold Coast whale watching season runs from early June to November and whale watching cruises will depart daily from the Sea World Cruise Terminal at 7.30am, 10am, 12.30pm and 3pm.

  
Whales Watching Cruise and SkyPoint Pass
Following your three-hour whale watching adventure, take the lift to level 77 of the Q1 and enjoy spectacular views of the entirety of the Gold Coast from the SkyPoint Observation Deck!



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