FAQs About Our Gold Coast Whale Watching Adventure
When is whale watching season on the Gold Coast?
The best time to go whale watching on the Gold Coast is between June and November. This is when humpback whales migrate north from Antarctica to the warm waters off the coast of Queensland.
Where does your Gold Coast whale watching cruise depart from?
All of our cruises depart from the Marina Mirage at Main Beach before cruising offshore via the idyllic seaway.
Will I see other sea life on my whale watching tour?
During your tour, you'll likely see plenty of other marine life, including dolphins, turtles, and manta rays. And if you're lucky, you might even spot a whale breaching out of the water.
WIll I definitely see a whale?
We deliver on our promise to see a whale. If your tour fails to see a whale, we will provide you with a free return cruise.
What happens if my tour is cancelled due to bad weather?
On the rare occasion our tours are cancelled due to bad weather, we will contact you to advise. You can move your booking to another day OR receive a full refund.
It’s a bit rainy, will my cruise still be on?
The Gold Coast boasts 300 days of sunshine per year. All of the vessels in our fleet have ample indoor seating and do operate in the rain.