Brisbane Whale Watching Cruise with Lunch from Redcliffe

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Meals included
Self drive
Fitness level low
Intensity level low
Wheelchair friendly
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4.69 reviews

Highlights & inclusions

360 degree walk around vessel
Licensed bar with snacks and drinks
Regular sightings of various marine animals
Wheelchair accessible
An unforgettable marine adventure
Extensive and informative commentary

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Tue, Jun 18, 2024

What you can expect

Join this 4.5 hour Brisbane whale watching cruise from Redcliffe and witness majestic Southern Humpback Whales on their annual migration to and from Antarctica between June and November in the Moreton Bay Marine Park. Step aboard the purpose built ‘MV Eye Spy’ whale watching vessel with 6 spacious viewing decks, sun decks and floor to ceiling interior windows for unobstructed viewing of the Whales just metres from the boat. During the cruise, soak in the views of nearby Moreton Island while enjoying a delicious cold buffet lunch of Tiger Prawns, Ham, Roast Chicken, salads and bread rolls. The Brisbane Whale Watching Cruise departs from Redcliffe Jetty daily from 10am to 2.30pm.

Don't miss out on Brisbane's whale watching season. Book online here for a close encounter with Southern Humpback Whales!

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What you need to know

Inclusions
  • 4.5 Hour whale watching cruise
  • Gourmet Picnic Lunchbox consisting of ham, roast chicken, salads and fruit
  • Guaranteed whale sightings
  • Expert marine commentary
Highlights
  • Licensed bar with snacks and drinks available at lounge prices
  • Vessel includes full 360 degree walk around lower and upper decks and sun deck
  • Enjoy whale watching in one of the best whale watching destinations in the world
  • Regular sightings of whales and other marine animals
  • A portion of every ticket is donated to ongoing whale research with various whale organisations
  • Extensive and informative commentary
  • Wheelchair accessible
Time
  • June until mid October
  • Departs daily from Redcliffe Jetty - just 30 minutes north of Brisbane, on the Redcliffe Peninsula
  • Boarding commences at 9:00am, Departs 10:00am and Returns approx 2:30pm
What To Bring
  • Camera, sunscreen, hat, binoculars, warm clothes, flat shoes, sea sickness remedy if required. Hats and sunscreen are available for purchase on board
Additional Information
  • Children Price for ages 4-14yrs inclusive. (Infants 0 - 3 are welcome on board and are free of charge however they are not catered for)
  • Do I need to book in advance? Yes. There is a high demand so we strongly recommend you book well in advance to avoid disappointment
  • Am I guaranteed to see a whale? Yes – we offer a complimentary cruise for you on the next available departure if you don’t sight any whales on your day of travel
  • What happens if the weather or sea conditions are not suitable? Tours are always subject to sea conditions. Our team constantly monitors weather and respond professionally to any changes. Guest comfort and safety is always our priority
  • What if I get seasick? MV Eye-Spy has been purpose built to specifications to ensure maximum comfort for whale watching. However, should you if you are susceptible to motion or seasickness, natural active motion-sickness tablets are available on board
  • Is there parking available? Yes – there is an all day free car park located opposite the Redcliffe Police Station, just 100 metres north of the Redcliffe Jetty which is our departure point
  • Wheelchair friendly? Yes - please contact our friendly booking operators regarding tides
  • Should a cruise be cancelled by operator due to tide and or weather conditions, a seat on the next available cruise will be offered or a full refund will be given
Cancellation Policy
  • 24 hours cancellation notice on bookings
Booking Information
  • Confirmation in the form of a tour voucher will be received at time of booking
  • Upon completion of purchase, please print the voucher and present on day of the experience
  • Mobile Vouchers are accepted! - Vouchers can also be presented on your mobile device for this attraction
  • For your information, complete Tour Operator Information including contact details is included on your tour voucher
  • Cruise vessel subject to change without notice
  • Availability was accurate at the time of booking however, is subject to change due to circumstances out of our control
  • We strongly suggest reconfirming your booking with the tour operator within 24 hours of making your booking and prior to making other travel arrangements

Recent reviews

4.69 reviews
5

Awesome experience. Captain Kerry and her crew were knowledgeable, informative and fun. We would definitely recommend this trip.

Definitely recommend this trip. We didn't expect to see as many whales and feel special to see a mega pod... so special! Expectations were totally exceeded and the lunch was tasty and fresh. The captain and staff were knowledgeable and helpful... nothing was too hard for them A+

Lawrie Charles 10 months ago
4

It was a great day out whilst seeing a lot of whales.

We had a great day out seeing the whales yesterday. The only downside would be, that it’s not very infant-friendly... even though it was free for an infant, you couldn’t bring a pram or stroller and there were no options for food. You couldn’t even purchase another lunch pack.

Erin Wheeldon 10 months ago
5

A beautiful trip on Moreton Bay - thoroughly recommended!

This is our 4th trip with Brisbane Whale Watching. We love the boat and the crew is always great. Even though the seas were a bit rough this time, we still managed to find several humpbacks. The view along Moreton Island is always interesting and the commentary is well done.

Robert Morgan 11 months ago

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$150.00AUD
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