Morning Gold Coast Whale Watching Adventure
We will take you on a three-hour whale watching cruise on our high-speed, luxurious Wave Piecing Catamaran. Departing from Mariners Cove Marina Main Beach, you’ll head out onto the Broadwater in search of migrating Humpback Whales and Dolphins on the Gold Coast’s largest, most stable vessel. Take the opportunity to see the majestic whale in it's natural habitat in Gold Coast waters. Marvel as the curious giants get up close and personal with your vessel, ensuring an enriching whale watching experience like no other.
Join in this experience for an amazing morning of whale watching on the Gold Coast. Your day begins when you board the luxurious 32 meter high speed air conditioned, wave piercing catamaran. This vessel allows for fantastic viewing opportunities with 5 viewing platforms and is the first and largest most stable, whale watching vessel on the Gold Coast.
Whilst onboard enjoy complimentary fresh muffins for morning tea on your way out to see the whales. Large video displays playing whale documentaries and informative commentary from an experienced eco team will be shown throughout your journey for your viewing pleasure. Be enchanted by the local dolphins that ride the bow wave of the vessel as the tour leaves the Gold Coast seaway. Sea turtles, migrating sea birds and other whale species are often spotted on the trip.
The shape of the hull and the way it shines down into the water creates a very appealing aqua colour directly below, this entices the curious humpback whales as they can often be clearly seen passing below and popping up along side the vessel to have a look at the passengers onboard. Be sure not to miss this opportunity to experience these majestic mammals in their natural habitat on their annual migration past the coastline.
Don’t miss the whale watching on the Gold Coast, as every year, thousands of humpback whales make their way through Queensland’s waters during their migration north from the icy waters of Antarctica. The Gold Coast offers locals and tourists alike some of the best opportunities to head out on the water to get up close to these magnificent creatures during whale watching season between June and November.
NOTE: Unless otherwise specified, the rates listed are for the 2019 - 2020 season. The 2019 - 2020 season rates are valid from the 1st April 2019 to the 31st March 2020. The 2020 - 2021 season rates commence on the 1st April 2020.