Whale Watching Cruises

Whale Watching Cruises provide information for whale watching crusies and whale watching tours in Hervey Bay Queensland.

Whale Watching Tours

Humpback Whales are the third most endangered species of all the big whales. Fortunately, on whale watching cruises from Hervey Bay Queensland Australia, you will readily see dolphins and humpback whales at play in the bay!

The migration season begins in July and continues through to November.

Whale watching tours depart from the harbor daily with most providing morning or afternoon tea. The staff on whale watching tours are friendly and the operators are dedicated to protecting the whales.

There are over 40 species of whales in Australian waters, but the Humpback whale is a favourite. They are often seen with their young, resting on the surface of the water.

Whale Watching Cruises

Although these massive creatures are in the wild and by no means trained performers, nevertheless, the adult whales entertain the visitors by slamming their great tails as they dive to the depths and then some minutes later leap towards the heavens with huge cascades of foamy water pouring from them. What a majestic site!

Visitors to Hervey Bay make the most of their stay by staying at some of the excellent accommodations available and visiting other great attractions such as World Heritage listed Fraser Island or Lady Elliot Island.

For more information, click on Whale Watching Cruises

Whale Watching Cruises was written by Annie from Whale Watching Hervey Bay Qld.

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