Hervey Bay Seafood Festival – 13th August 2017

The Hervey Bay Seafood Festival will be on the 13th August 2017 as part of the Fraser Coast OCEANS festival, featuring a range of local fresh Hervey Bay Seafood.

The event is located right next to the Marina, Just around the corner from Whale Cove Resort.

For something extra, the exclusive Tastes of the Bay seafood long lunch is fabulous with television presenter, Celebrity Chef Andrew Mirosch hosting a seafood extravaganza with matching Sirromet wines.

Seafood lovers can meet the local men of the sea at the oceans of entertainment stage with a programme filled with cooking demonstrations and tales of the sea, as well as displays featuring the environment, fishing, fine foods and more.

2017 Whale Watching Season

July – October is Whale Watching Season in beautiful Hervey Bay, and whale watching operators are running full and half day cruises every day out of the Great Sandy Straits Marina until the end of October.

Operators are reporting their best seasons on record with unbelievable daily close encounters stunning visitors and locals alike.

For the experience of a lifetime, stay at Whale Cove Resort and book your whale watching cruise tickets through reception.

Whalecove Rendezvous

From $165 per night!

Spend two nights in our spacious 1 bedroom self-contained apartment. Enjoy a daily hot breakfast and a two course dinner for two on the night of your choice at Smokey Joe’s Cafe located a short 3 minute stroll away.


Whale Watching Couples Package

From $270 Per Night!

Two night stay in a fully self-contained One Bedroom Apartment.
This package includes 1/2 day Whale Watching Cruise for 2 Adults, courtesy pick-up from the hotel to the marina and complimentary WiFi.

This rate does not include daily housekeeping service.


Fraser Island Couples Package

From $265 Per Night!

Two nights in our self-contained one bedroom apartment for two adults and two tickets for a full day tour on Fraser Island seeing – Lake McKenzie, Seventy – Five mile beach, Eli Creek, Maheno Shipwreck, Central Station and The Pinnacles Coloured Sands.