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Whale Watching Returns

By Tanayah Wakefield

Each year the magnificent southern humpback whales migrate to and from Antarctica. As these leviathans of the deep make their way through our warm waters they feed, mate and play in the clean, clear blue sea of Moreton Bay.

Brisbane Whale Watching invites you to come on board the magnificent ‘Eye Spy’ for an encounter with the whales. Of all the great whales, the Humpback is the most surface active displaying behaviour that will not only inspire you but leave you in awe. There quite clearly is no better place to observe the mighty Humpback Whale than Brisbane’s Moreton Bay, recognised as one of the world’s best whale watching destinations with 100% chance of sightings.

We believe that providing people with an opportunity to witness these amazing creatures first hand, not only do we put a lot of smiles on faces, but offer an increased awareness of the beauty of nature and the need to nurture our precious wildlife.

Cruises are back from July 11th with limits of up to 100 people per cruise. VIP Whale Tours are also available including a private upper deck cabin, a meal and more!

For more information or to book please Click Here

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