Whale Watching

Hervey Bay whale watching in Queensland, Australia is now known internationally as the whale watching capital of the world.

The whales visit every year between late July and the end of October. They don’t just swim past, they stay and play.

The whales that visit Hervey Bay are predominately Humpback Whales which enter the area as part of there annual northern migration. There area is now known to be important as part of the whales breeding cycle and it is common to see mating activities, new born calves and mothers suckling their young. The song of the humpback whales is also commonly heard in the bay and most of the boats carry hydrophones so that the many whale watchers in hervey bay can enjoy this phenomenon.

Book your tour through Whale Cove and receive a bottle of Chardonnay for every tour booking.

You pay no extra for the tour and we can charge the tour cost to your room account.

To find out more details about the tours available, download the pdf below:

Trip Advisor