Wake Up with the Whales by Sea World Cruises

Experience the Gold Coast high life for a day aboard Sea World's luxury AUD3.5 million dollar vessel. This calm water cruise is perfect for those...

Summary

TOO EARLY? WHALE WATCHING CRUISES DEPART AT 8 AM | 9 AM | 11 AM | 12 PM | 2 PM | 3 PM DAILY

Rise and shine with a delicious barbeque breakfast and watch humpback whales play in the picture-perfect morning light.

Starting from 6:00 AM, cosy up with a hot cup of freshly brewed coffee or tea (or juice for the kids) and satisfy your tastebuds with your choice of mouth-watering bacon, egg and cheese or flavoursome halloumi, mushroom and spinach burger. Departing for Humpback Highway at 6:30 AM, witness these gentle giants up close as they showcase their size, behaviours and execute flawless acrobatic skills against the unique backdrop of the sun rising over the Gold Coast bay horizon. Keep your camera ready for frequently seen charismatic dolphins, ancient sea turtles and resident and migratory seabirds. Learn about the whales from our passionate naturalist guides, listen to the whales sing through underwater microphones and develop a deeper connection to the region and its wildlife. After saying a regretful goodbye to the whales, we return to the terminal at 8:30 AM for you to continue your day.

Available weekends with additional departures during peak periods.

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Sea World Cruises Terminal, 130 Seaworld Drive, Main Beach, Queensland, 4217, Australia

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Disabled access available, contact operator for details.

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Wake Up with the Whales by Sea World Cruises

Sea World Cruises Terminal, 130 Seaworld Drive, Main Beach, Queensland, 4217, Australia

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF COUNTRY

Destination Gold Coast acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we are situated, the Kombumerri families of the Yugambeh Language Region. 
 
We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging, and recognise their continuing connections to the lands, waters and their extended communities throughout Southeast Queensland.