Wale

Die außergewöhnliche Kraft und Schönheit einiger der größten Meerestiere der Welt müssen Sie einfach einmal gesehen haben. Hier in Queensland sind Sie für Whalewatching am richtigen Fleck: Sehen Sie die Buckelwale, die bei ihrer Wanderung in Hervey Bay eine Pause einlegen, oder beobachten Sie die Zwergwale am Great Barrier Reef.

Die Whalewatching-Hauptstadt Australiens – Hervey Bay

Die ruhigen, geschützten Gewässer von Hervey Bay sind die perfekte Umgebung für Buckelwalmütter, die ihren Kälbern lebenswichtige Dinge beibringen, bevor sie jedes Jahr von Juni bis November ihre Reise an der Küste Queenslands fortsetzen. Daher ist Hervey Bay das beste Ausflugsziel in Australien, um die Wale beim Spiel zu beobachten.

Zwergwale – Tropical North Queensland

Die mysteriösen Zwergwale erscheinen jedes Jahr im Juni/Juli und entspannen sich am Great Barrier Reef. Nur an den Ribbon Reefs können Sie weltweit mit diesen unglaublich schönen Tieren im Rahmen einer Forschungstour schnorcheln.

Beginnen Sie die Entdeckungsreise

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Whales in Paradise - Gold Coast Whale Watching Pty Ltd

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Gold Coast Whale Watching with Whales in Paradise. Whales in Paradise are the original Gold Coast Whale Watching company and the only whale watch operation whose cruises depart from the heart of the Gold Coast in central Surfers Paradise.

Whale Watching with Whalesong Cruises Hervey Bay

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Hervey Bay’s premium mid-sized whale watching and charter boat, with a strong focus on ecological practices and sustainability. Whalesong Cruises is a locally owned family operated business, specialising in Humpback whale and dolphin close encounters from their luxurious, purpose-built vessel.

Sea World Whale Watch

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Sea World Whale Watch on Australia's Gold Coast offers premium whale watching tours with expert Captains and Tour Guides aboard the world's most advanced whale watching vessel Spirit of Migaloo. A full refund is provided if your tour fails to sight a whale between June and October.

Brisbane Whale Watching

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Brisbane Whale Watching invites you to come on board the magnificent 'Eye-Spy' for an encounter with the whales. Of all the great whales, the humpback is the most surface active displaying behaviour that will not only inspire you but leave you in awe.

Blue Dolphin Exclusive Whale Encounter

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Be one of the few, not the many, to experience their award winning Exclusive Full Day Whale Watch (late July to October). For an up close and personal experience that you will never forget, see the magnificent humpback whale from the uncrowded deck of Blue Dolphin.

Spirit Of Hervey Bay Whale Watching Cruises

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Spirit of Hervey Bay is your best choice for a first rate whale watching experience. Close encounters, breaching, tail slapping, head lunging being just a few of the spectacular behaviours the whales share and entertain you with.

Freedom Whale Watch and Dive Charters

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Freedom III is a 17 metre Power Cat perfectly suited to luxury whale watching in Hervey Bay Queensland. Three levels of uninterrupted viewing plus a water level platform gets you as close to the whales as possible making this an ideal Whale Watch Vessel.

Bundaberg to Lady Musgrave Island Day Cruise

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Lady Musgrave Experience is your premium day tour to Lady Musgrave Island! Experience the jewel of the Southern Great Barrier Reef from the closest accessible departure point being only a four hour drive north of Brisbane or a 45 minute flight.

Hervey Bay Whale Watch Quick Cat II

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Quick Cat II was operated by Brian and Jill Perry for 30 years who founded the industry in 1987. The company was sold to the Peaker family in 2017. They offer half-day whale watching cruises morning and afternoon during the whale season, which runs from mid July to early November.

Tangalooma Whale Watch Cruises

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The humpback whale is known for their long migration journeys each winter, putting on a magnificent display of breaching, tail slapping and spy hopping as they make their way to warmer waters. South-East Queensland is one of the best places to view these amazing creatures, with up to 33,000 whales expected to journey past Moreton Island this winter.
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