Exclusive Whale Watching Encounter
Full day (July - October 2020)
With over 35 years experience in the field, we offer one of the most comprehensive Hervey Bay whale watching tours in Queensland. Join us aboard a comfortable multi award-winning sailing vessel, taking you right to the spot where the whales are performing. Be ready for some tail-slapping, breaching, pectoral slapping or spy-hopping. These magnificent marine mammals will take your breath away as you get up close and personal with them in their own environment, creating a memory that will last forever. Whale watching at its best!
- Expert commentary with over 35 years experience with marine mammals
- Multi award winning sail vessel
- Morning and afternoon tea
- Delicious full buffet lunch
- Complimentary beverage (beer, wine or soft drink)
- Courtesy pick-up and drop-off from your accommodation
- Only full day vessel – giving you more time with the whales
- Free WiFi on board so you can instantly share your photos
FEATURES & FACILITIES
For a whale immersive experience
No Crowds = Great Views
Maximum of 24 passengers
Eco Friendly Sailing Vessel
Lowest carbon footprint
Listen to the whales singing
Plenty of undercover seating
Free All Day Parking
Park in the Urangan marina for free
Spacious Modern Bathroom
For your convenience & comfort
Catering For All Diets
Gluten free, dairy free, vegetarian etc
Buy beer, wine and spirits onboard
Onboard Payment Facilities
No need for cash
ABOUT HUMPBACK WHALES
From mid July to November the calm waters of Hervey Bay and Fraser Island (K’gari) become a sanctuary for the most magnificent and beautiful humpback whales. Every year the whales return to Hervey Bay; one of the worlds most exclusive whale watching destinations.
Most of the whales you will see are 10 to 13 metres in length and 30 tonnes or more, that’s over 5 times the boats weight. So when you see a whale with Blue Dolphin, you will really see a whale!
MEET YOUR SKIPPER
Your Skipper Pete has over 35 years experience with marine mammals. Over the years Pete has been involved with the rescue and rehabilitation of many stranded marine mammals both here in Australia and overseas. You can rest assured that your whale watching day will be very informative thanks to Pete’s wealth of experience and knowledge. He welcomes all your questions so please be sure to ask.
These are approximate times.
What to Bring
Don't forget to capturing your incredible whale watching moments (and tag us)!
Having a hat with a wide brim will help shade your from the Queensland sun.
There can be a bit of glare out on the water, so a pair of sunglasses will help you see the whales better.
Bring a jacket as the wind can get a little chilly as we sail to the whales.
Sensible Non-Slip Shoes
Please avoid wearing black soled shoes as these mark the deck or you can take them off when you are on board.
Prices valid for the 2019 whale season
- Please note that this tour is best suited for children aged 8 years and above.
- Group prices are available for 6 or more people - Contact us for more details.
- Please arrive 15 minutes prior to departure.
- We are a non-smoking vessel.