About Whale Watching
The Humpback Whales that migrate up the coast of Australia, between June and November, are one of the most common whales that you can see on a whale watching tour. Their migration is a highlight of the Australian winter months and whale watching has grown to be a highly popular pastime.
Whilst there are many free - land based - locations to enjoy watching these majestic mammals nothing compares to seeing them up close, in person. On a whale watching cruise you can literally look a whale in the eye!
Popular Whale Watching destinations
Hervey Bay Whale Watching
The whale watching capital of the world, Hervey Bay is a small town in Queensland famous for the closest humpback whale encounters.Read more
Brisbane Whale Watching
Make the most of your winter trip to Queensland's state capital, Brisbane with a whale watching cruise to Moreton Bay.Read more
Gold Coast Whale Watching
Grab your chance to experience the magic of a whale watching cruise during your exciting trip to the infamous Gold Coast.Read more