Note these months, and pack your cameras with you and
document your massive journey as you visit Brisbane and sail
to the Moreton Bay where you
can cherish the wildlife experience. Click those cameras
while the great humpback whales jump and slap their tails
and blow in midair.
Brisbane Whale Watching, located in the Redcliffe Peninsula,
continuously operates whale watching tours for eight years.
It features Eye-Spy, a vessel which is practically devoted
to whale watching in the waters. The “whale-friendly” vessel
can accommodate to more than 300 passengers and includes
outdoor viewing decks and an indoor floor-to-ceiling glass
that provides views of the seascape. For children who are
whale enthusiasts, the cruise welcomes children to partake
in this important experience. The cruise also has an
available access for the disabled. All in all, the tour
offers its guests the following: cruise, waiting area, car
park, guides that offer commentary, toilet, pick-up and
meal. This marine wildlife viewing is nonetheless an
educational tour and a taste of adventure wrapped in one.
If you're looking for a different whale watching experience
outside but not just near Brisbane, you can try visiting to
the Gold Coast and taste what they
can offer. One of their
priced service tours is the Sea World Whale Watch which
currently offers the latest state of the art vessel. It also
includes an interactive whale location technology which can
be viewed through a 3D animation presentation. Another Gold
Coast whale-watching service is the Australian Whale
Watching tour wherein guests can get near the majestic
humpback through their viewing decks. They can also hear the
humpbacks through the hydrophones.