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Perth and its pods of whales!

The mighty mammals of the sea flock to the pristine waters of Perth year-round as they migrate in search of their future partners. Unlike other whale watching locations, the waters of Perth are visited by a number of whale species mainly humpbacks and blue whales.

Explore Fraser Island onboard the best whale watching cruise in Hervey Bay

Located just 30 minutes away from Brisbane’s CBD and Airport on Redcliffe Peninsula lies the perfect haven for whales. Only a few vessels are allowed in the marine park for whale watching. These whale watching tours in Brisbane offer a spectacular whale watching experience that includes not only sightings of the magnificent humpback whale but also many other marine animals – e.g. Dolphins, turtles etc. This pristine water of Redcliffe Peninsula is used by the mighty mammals to rest, bond and feed their young. Often you will see newborn whales and if you are lucky enough you can even see live births up close from the elaborate decks or through the newly installed underwater camera. A licensed bar and souvenir counter are available...

Explore Fraser Island onboard the best whale watching cruise in Hervey Bay

Talking about whale watching, you cannot find a more perfect place than Hervey Bay. This spotless bay is known as the whale watching capital of the world.
Hervey Bay is a small town in Queensland and is widely regarded as the best destination to spot humpback whales as the whales stay here for an extended period to take a break from their yearly migration. Numerous whale watching Hervey Bay cruises & tour Packages are available which will also include accommodations in Hervey Bay or Fraser Island. 

A Day at Wilsons Prom with the Gargantuan beauties

If there's anything more interesting than enjoying a relaxing cruise trip into the wilderness, it would be to get along with a few wild animals you'll find frolicking in the area. Out of the countless tourist attractions in Melbourne, here's one for the pagans-at-heart, the nature-lovers, and the adventurous--whale watching tours. Exclusive whale-watching cruises starting from Port Welshpool Jetty heading towards the Wilsons Promontory National Park have always been a favourite among the tourists and the locals alike. During September through mid-November, the Wilsons Promontory Coastline becomes one of the largest hotspots for the great southerly migration of Humpback whales and Southern Right Whales. Every Autumn, they migrate from...

Intriguing whale watching cruise of Sydney and the Shark Island

Board a Sydney whale watching cruise and take in the pristine ambience of the worlds prettiest harbour.. The capital city of NSW stands apart from the rest when it comes to whale watching. Not at all like other whale watching places in Australia, Sydney has two whale watching season, one season begins by May and finishes by August, during this period you will have the option to see pods of humpback whales moving to the hotter waters to mate and conceive an offspring and afterward in summer they return south to take care of in Antarctic waters.