Spirit Of Gold Coast 2.5 Hour Whale Watching Tour

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Duration
2 hours 30 minutes
Location
60-70 Seaworld Drive
Main Beach
QLD
Australia
Price Adult
$99.00
Price Children
$59.00
Price Seniors
$79.00
Price Students
$79.00
Currency
AUD
Tour Type
Nature Tour, Wildlife Tour, Eco Tour, Boat Trip, River Cruise, Sailing Tour, Guided Tour
Whale Watching Tour, departing from the Gold Coast 7 days a week from May to October.
Mention Trips Treks & Tours when you book to receive a special offer!

- See the majestic humpback whales in their natural environment or receive a free return cruise.
- 100% Whale Guarantee: receive a free return voucher if whales are not sighted.
- 360º viewing available from the lower and upper decks of the super catamaran with a fully-licensed bar.
- Chance to view dolphins, sea turtles, birds and other marine life.
- Spirit of Gold Coast is the only company to have sighted Migaloo, the White Whale for 3 consecutive years – 10th July 2003, 2nd June 2004 and 16th July 2005, and again in 1st July 2009, 27th September 2012 and also on 10th August 2015.
- Complimentary tea, coffee and biscuits on arrival.
- Children under four can come along free of charge.

Hop aboard the Spirit of Gold Coast, a 24-metre power catamaran, and keep watch for humpback whales and a bevy of other oceanic beasts. The crew offers tidbits and informative commentary about the local area and the wildlife encountered, helping whale watchers come away from the day with a well-rounded understanding of their mammalian friends. The cruise departs from Mariner’s Cove Marina at 9:30 am, seven days a week.

Spirit of Gold Coast Whale Watching have a vision to promote whale watching through unique experiences and a knowledgeable crew. Cruises are provided from May to October where guests have access to extensive viewing platforms, a licensed bar and snacks. Spirit of the Gold Coast are also passionate about the conservation of the ocean giants through research initiatives.
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