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Tasman Venture Whale Watching Hervey Bay

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Experience the trip of a lifetime aboard the luxurious and fast 20 metre catamaran, Tasman Venture. Let the humpback whales amaze you with their close encounters, magical songs through the hydrophone, spectacular breaching and see them swim through the underwater viewing windows. Experience the whales even closer from the specifically designed viewing platform which takes you right to the waters edge.

Their friendly and accredited staff will provide you the best experience, with expert commentary about the whales, dolphins, birds and other wildlife, (multi-lingual staff onboard and information available in five languages). The Tasman Venture is noted for its personalised service, stability and superior comfort, due to less crowding which makes them particularly favoured by some of Australia's best photographers and artists. The three levelled Tasman Venture has five clear viewing decks that allows for 360 degree views of the ocean for your ultimate viewing pleasure.

Your half day Whale Watch tour includes a free whale watching DVD, free Wi-Fi, courtesy pick up and drop off from Hervey Bay, pastries, biscuits, savoury breads and anti-pasto platters on the return journey and an experience you will never forget.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • Car park

Activities

  • Birdwatching

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.

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Tasman Venture Whale Watching

For Hervey Bay's supreme Whale Watching experience, cruise aboard the Tasman Venture. Let the Humpback Whales amaze you with their close encounters, spectacular breaching and their ultimate display of trust. Travelling with the Tasman Venture guarantee's you a fast and comfortable journey, giving you more time with the Whales. Their passionate and experienced skipper is renowned for staying around for "one more look" and searching for the best whale viewing in the Bay.

Your tour will include: Free whale documentary DVD, free Wi-Fi, guaranteed sightings, underwater viewing windows. Hear the whales sing through their hydrophone. Sweet and savoury morning and afternoon tea. Experienced and passionate staff, free courtesy pickup, follow their daily whale sightings on their web site.

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