Hervey Bay Dive Centre

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The Hervey Bay Dive Centre is Hervey Bay's premier marine and dive tour operator.

Owned and operated by a local family with years of experience in the marine industry the centre prides itself on a personal experience, passionate and professional crew and a strong environmental approach.

The dive centre provides the only dedicated swim with whales tour departing from Hervey Bay from July - October.

When the Ex-HMAS Tobruk is sunk off Hervey Bay in 2018 the dive centre will be providing daily dive tours to the artificial reef.

Our Tours

Whale Swim and Watch

Hervey Bay Dive Centre is taking whale watching to a whole new level.

Their all inclusive whale swim and watch day tour departs Hervey Bay daily from July to October.

Guest numbers are strictly limited (maximum 12) ensuring a personal and fun day on the water.

This exclusive experience is an incredibly special opportunity to swim with one of natures most majestic mammals, the Humpback whale, a curious, gentle and trusting creature.

Each sighting is different and every whale swim unique and personal. People that have swam with whales often describe the experience as "life changing".

Their cruise maximises your opportunity to swim with the whales whilst providing an exclusive whale watching experience. Swimming with the whales is conditions dependant and we can only do so with the right whales and at their terms.

For the whales comfort they only snorkel with them as they're not keen on bubbles. They provide you with a wetsuit and snorkelling equipment. The swim experience takes place via two mermaid lines connected to the stern of the vessel.

Please note: the swim experience is dependant on the whales and conditions and cannot be guaranteed.

Indicative rates

From To Inclusions
$150 $150

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