Whale watching is an exhilarating adventure, seeing these incredible creatures frolicking and swimming in the ocean is an awe-inspiring treat that you will remember forever!
Whale watching is an exhilarating adventure, seeing these incredible creatures frolicking and swimming in the ocean is an awe-inspiring treat that you will remember forever! Breaching, tail slaps, spy hopping, fluke dives and peduncle throws are all some of the great moves you may see from the whales on their migrations.
The whale population is increasing each year and this year there is 16,000 plus whales expected to migrate past Sydney, which gives great opportunity to see them as Sydney is on their migration routes. Whale watching season runs from May-November.
From May – August the whales are on their Northern migration to Tropical North Queensland and then from mid August – September they are on their southern migration back to the Antarctic along with their newborn calves, the little calves are just gorgeous.
As whales are wild animals we cannot guarantee that whales are sighted on all cruises however this is a rare occurrence. Where whales are not sighted guests will be offered a return cruise FOC for use during the following 3 seasons (three years from date of voucher issue), provided by the operator on the day of the cruise. This cannot be exchanged for money and refunds are not given.
Darling Harbour (Sydney)