Seafood at Sunset Cruises

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Whalesong is a modern, environmentally friendly and multi-functional boat, providing tours out of Hervey Bay all year round.

Specialising in whale and dolphin watching, their cruises provide so much more with ‘A Taste of Fraser Island’ on their Fraser Beach and Barbecue Cruise, or a great way to start your night or finish your day with their Seafood at Sunset Cruise. Small Passenger Numbers on this well-designed vessel provide ultimate viewing and seating space for all.

The freshest local produce is used with their catering, and they ensure high environmentally friendly practices are maintained. Whalesong is also a unique venue for Weddings, Parties, Christmas or Corporate Functions.

They can definitely design a fabulous cruise specific for your family or groups needs.

Our tours

Seafood at Sunset

Sunset/night time cruises take you into the spectacular pristine waterways between Fraser Island and the mainland to look out for their resident dolphins and turtles as well as enjoy the vibrant Sunset over Hervey Bay.

Their wide selection of hot and cold seafood and non seafood finger food is served to you on deck, so you don’t miss any of the views (several items are included in the menu). One Complimentary drink of Beer, Wine, Champagne or Soft Drink is provided and a good variety of economically priced drinks are available from their licensed bar.

The night continues as they show you the sparkle of the city lights along the 13 kilometres of the Beachfront that is The Charlton Esplanade. They cruise past Hervey Bay’s monumental Pier and then admire the brilliant glow of the lights that make up the Harbour precinct.

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Forsayth

Forsayth, Etheridge Area
Sometimes history is more bizarre than fiction. Forsayth was once paved in gold - in a manner of speaking. Part of the Etheridge Goldfield, this area was known as 'Poor Man's Goldfield' as a prospector did not need expensive equipment to search for gold.

Betoota

Diamantina Area
Betoota stands alone on a vast gibber plain, 170 kilometres east of Birdsville. While Betoota is mainly a ghost town, it comes alive twice a year for the annual Horse and Motorbike Gymkhana and the Betoota Races.

Kynuna

Kynuna, McKinlay Area
Kynuna was established in the 1860s and in its early days boasted three hotels. It was a staging post for Cobb and Co Coaches. Today Kynuna has just one hotel, the famous Blue Heeler Hotel which was built in 1889.

Rungulla National Park

Gilberton, Gold Coast Area
Free Entry
Rungulla National Park, 116 kilometres south west of Forsayth in north western Queensland, boasts a wide range of sandstone formations, including outcrops of large sculpted caves and pagoda-like sandstone features.

Blackall

Blackall, Blackall-Tambo Area
Named after Sir Samuel Blackall, the second Governor of Queensland, Blackall is located on the Matilda Highway . The district was discovered in 1846 by explorer Major Thomas Mitchell and the township was gazetted in 1868;

Croydon

Croydon, Croydon Area
Croydon, situated in the heart of the Gulf Savannah country (Savannah Way), is a small town with a big history that started with the discovery of gold in 1885. Start at Croydon's True Blue Visitor Information Centre which houses significant collections of heritage items, information displays, an audio visual in its theatre and an internet service.

Eungella

Eungella, Mackay Area
An hour west of Mackay, in the rainforest-clad mountains lies Eungella National Park and the township of Eungella, at the head of the Pioneer Valley. Australia's longest, oldest stretch of sub-tropical rainforest, ranging over 51,700 hectares, the park draws its name from an Aboriginal word meaning 'Land of the Clouds'.
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