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Whale One

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Whale Watching Cruises, Sunshine Coast Mooloolaba, Whale One is one of Mooloolaba's most luxurious vessels; a 65 foot catamaran catering comfortably for 120 passengers, undercover seating, licensed bar, toilets, six LCD screens, surround sound - a beautiful boat for all occasions. Available for Private and Corporate Functions. Licensed on board bar with EFTPOS facilities.

Whale Watching cruises are available from June to early November with daily trips offered. You are guaranteed to see whales or receive a free return trip or money back. The best way to see these magnificent mammals is on board Whale One for the trip of a lifetime.

Two hour Sunset Cruises run September to May with some of the best views the Sunshine Coast has to offer. Cruise the Mooloolaba Canals and Bay to take in the spectacular view of the Hinterland and the Glass House Mountains - awesome! Canape's served whilst their talented musicians entertain you.

Dolphin Discovery Cruise with Buffet Lunch. A two hour cruise with delicious gourmet meats and delicious salads. Dolphins and other marine life may be sighted during the cruise. Pelican feeding a delight for all the children. November until May.

Facilities

  • Car park

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.

Family Friendly:

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

Our Tours

Whale Watching Cruises operate seven days a week June to November. Whale One is a luxurious 65 foot catamaran offering total comfort with air conditioned cabins, full walk around decks for total 360 degree viewing, two toilets, onboard licensed bar, seating for 115 passengers.

Four hour whale watching from Mooloolaba includes morning or afternoon tea, guaranteed whales, educational and fun commentary and total comfort on your cruise.

Enjoy humpback whales on their northern migration during June, July and August as they head north to mate. During August, September, October and early November the whales will be making their way south heading back to the Antarctic to feed for the summer. The calves will be playing around the Sunshine coast during this time, watch and be amazed at how playful these humpbacks are, you may even be lucky enough to have an up close and personal encounter with a humpback whale - this is most likely to happen during August.

Whale One Cruises - Mooloolaba - available for Corporate Functions and Private Charters all year.

Indicative rates

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$59 $119

Enjoy the comfort of Whale One with good friends and family. Cruise the Mooloolah River taking in the sights of the beautiful homes up and down the canals then head out to the Mooloolaba Bay (weather permitting) for some of the best views the Sunshine Coast has to offer. As the soft late afternoon light falls in over the Glasshouse Mountains the spectacular sunset makes photography easy.

This cruise is a favourite for a relaxing end to the day or the beginning of a great night out. Whilst onboard you can dance to the local entertainers or just sit on the deck and tap your feet. Complimentary fresh local hors devours, dips, canapes and chesses available onboard (these are nibbles not a dinner)

Whale One is available for Corporate Functions, Private Charters, Weddings and Parties all year round.

Indicative rates

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$25 $40

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Tin Can Bay, Gympie Area
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The Cooloola Coast is part of the Great Sandy Strait, which is an internationally important wetland. It is an area of tidal swamps and intertidal sand and mud flats. The vegetation includes beds of seagrass, mangrove forests and saltmarsh wetlands.

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Carlo Sand Blow

Rainbow Beach, Gympie Area
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Inskip Peninsula Recreation Area

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Free Entry
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Tin Can Bay

Tin Can Bay, Gympie Area
Secluded in the midst of picturesque Tin Can Inlet, experience a tranquil getaway to this area known for its eco-tourism surroundings. Tin Can Bay is a perfect place to unwind and relax. Originally known by the aborigines as Tuncanbar, this peaceful bayside town is well known for its recreational fishing and boating pleasures.

Tinnanbar

Great Sandy Strait, Fraser Coast Area
Discover one of Queensland's most beautiful and secluded beaches at the small seaside village of Tinnanbar in the Fraser Coast, with white sandy beach, clear turquoise water and stunning views to World Heritage-listed Fraser Island.

Rainbow Beach

Rainbow Beach, Gympie Area
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This is heavenly sub-tropical, coastal town situated on the Great Beach Drive that is an aquatic lovers playground. Rainbow Beach, is a major entry point to the 41,000 hectare Cooloola National Park and the southern gateway to world heritage listed Fraser Island.
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