Boat Club Adventure Cruises

Multiple Locations

Adventure Cruises' purpose built vessel is a large, fast, comfortable and 20 metre InCat designed alloy catamaran. Extremely stable and spacious with three different viewing decks means you are assured of an unobstructed, 360 degree view of all marine life allowing you to enjoy your day watching the Whales and Dolphins.

The friendly, highly trained professional crew will provide personalised and safe service so you can sit back, relax and take in the breathtaking scenery of Fraser Island as you cruise into Platypus Bay in search of adventure, while their tour host provides you with an informative commentary of your total marine experience - whales, dolphins, turtles and sea birds in the wild.

Then it's all hands on deck to scan the seas for a flash or a splash, signalling the start of your awe-inspiring experience. Watch the gentle giants of the sea spy-hop, tail slap and breach. Hold your breath while courting adults 'boat' around the vessel playing hide and seek.

Experience an up close and personal mugging as they move in to watch you, watching them. Be adventurous and climb into their fully framed boom net for a "safe in water" experience.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • Car park
  • Kiosk

Other Information

Family Friendly:

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

Our Tours

Whale Watch Half-Day

Kids cruise free* with the Boat Club whale watch - great value for an exceptional experience.

Join them for a magical four hour whale watch cruise aboard the modern and stable M.V. Amaroo - their purpose built whale watching vessel.

Cruises depart daily from mid-July to late October. Morning cruise: 8.30am to 12.30pm. Afternoon cruise: 1.30pm to 5:30pm.

Captained and crewed by their experienced team with many years of local whale watch experience you're in for a great day.

Scan the seas for a flash or a splash, signalling the start of your awe-inspiring experience. Watch the gentle giants of the sea spy-hop, tail slap and breach. Hold your breath while courting adults ‘boat’ around the vessel playing hide and seek as they are attracted to the Amaroos bright colours.

Experience an up close and personal mugging as they move in to watch you, watching them. You won’t miss a minute of the action as they lurch from the waves before your eyes.

Booking info: * One free child (under 14) per paying adult.

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$0 $95
Sunset Cruise

Cruise from Urangan Harbour in The Great Sandy Marine Park, where Dolphins, Dugongs, Turtles and bird life are abundant. Taking in the cool of early evening with a glass of bubbles and a nibble (included) as the sunset approaches. Enjoy the end of another beautiful day in Hervey Bay as the sun sets over the water. Before returning back to The Boat Club for your evenings activities.

Indicative rates

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$40 $40

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