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Join Captain Kerry on board Brisbane’s most experienced whale watching cruise.


Brisbane Whale Watching

100% Whale Sightings Guaranteed

Brisbane Whale Watching invites you to come on board the magnificent Eye-Spy for an encounter with the whales. There’s no better place to observe the mighty Humpback than Brisbane’s Moreton Bay.

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Departing 7 Days a Week – June to November

We are located just 30 minutes drive from Brisbane’s CBD and Airport and only 60 minutes from the Sunshine Coast and Gold Coast on the Redcliffe Peninsula.

  • Only 2 vessels allowed in the marine park for whale watching
  • Regular sightings of other marine animals – e.g. Dolphins
  • Calm clear pristine waters of the bay and surrounding waters
  • Wheelchair access
  • Advanced Eco Accredited
  • Whales use the area to rest, bond and feed their young
  • Same pods sighted 2 – 3 days
  • Up close and personal
  • Boarding commences from The Redcliffe Jetty at 9.00am and returns approx 2.30pm
  • Fresh Buffet Lunch with Tiger Prawns is included
  • A portion of every ticket price is donated to ongoing whale research
  • A licensed bar, snack and souvenir counter is available on board
  • Australian owned and operated
  • Brisbane and Sunshine Coast transfers available

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What You Can Expect On Your Whale Watching Cruise

Your cruise includes a sumptuous buffet luncheon including fresh tiger prawns, live on-board commentary and Guaranteed whale sightings. Look on in awe as these amazing gentle giants relax in your company within metres of the boat.

Whale Breaching


Enjoy our amazing selection of Humpback whale photos in our gallery.

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Whale breaching


View a selection of our best videos capturing the humpback whales of Moreton Bay.

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Get more info about the Humpback Whale migration along the East Coast of Australia.

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