Whale Watching Cruise on Whale One

From AUD $55.00
  • Duration: 180 Minutes (approx.)
  • Location: Mooloolaba, QLD
  • Product code: WHALEWATCH

The experience of a lifetime

The humpback whale migration is one of the most magnificent natural encounters we can have. You can feel the excitement all around as we look along the horizon for the  first blow or splash from these gentle giants. These amazing animals can sense us near them and curiously swim up to see our excitement - get up close to experience their breathtaking breaches, loud tail and pec slaps, tail lobs, spy hops and performing their classic peduncle throws! Join our friendly crew on board Whale One for an unforgettable adventure on the sea! 

100% guaranteed sightings - cruise again FREE or receive a refund when you book direct with us

Book online using the code WHALEWATCHONLINE and receive 10% off your booking.

Our responsibility

All encounters are conducted in accordance with the Australian National Guidelines for Whale and Dolphin Watching (2005) as well as our own strict Code of Practice which has been developed with whale researchers and experts to ensure the protection of the whales. We are also working with the University of the Sunshine Coast on a coordinated research project to increase the knowledge around these amazing creatures. Our commitment includes recording information about every whale sighting and offering spots on every boat for the researchers to get out into the field to collect their own data

Bus transfer requests

Bus transfers include a pick up and return service from your address. We do one pick up in the morning before the first passenger's cruise, and one drop off in the afternoon after the last customer's cruise has returned. North and South transfers both need a minimum of 4 passengers and a maximum of 11 passengers (each). Pick up times, like your cruise time, are subject to change and will be confirmed the afternoon before your departure. 

See below for more details on cruising with us and about the humpback whale migration!