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Dolphin Feeding Day Cruise with Whale Watching from Brisbane
Gray Line Day Tour BT22W

Witness incredible humpack whales on their migration from Antarctica along the east coast of Australia. Then at dusk enjoy a magical experience hand feeding wild dolphins as they swim into shore.

Humpback whales journey some 16,000 kilometres from Antarctica along the east coast of Australia each year. They pass by Moreton Island, often with their newborn calves, creating one of the greatest spectacles of the sea. Your whale watch crew will explain the habits and characteristics of migrating whales and serve a light, delicious lunch on board. Then later in the day enjoy the nightly dolphin feeding program.

Highlights of this tour

  • Join a whale watch cruise just off the coast from Moreton Island
  • Witness Humpback Whales on their migration from Antarctica to the Great Barrier Reef
  • The annual migration occurs from June to September
  • Informative commentary by the crew
  • Delicious light lunch served onboard the boat
  • Free time at Tangalooma Island Resort

Adult: $224   Child: $174

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Adult: $224

Child: $174

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Operates

Daily except Saturday
Departs: 8.45am Returns: 8.30pm

Fare Includes

light lunch, 3 hour whale watching cruise, expert commentary from an Eco Ranger, Guaranteed whale sightings, whale watching photo (digital copy/high res), admission to the nightly dolphin feeding program, access to day lounge, dolphin feeding photo (low res/digital copy), return coach transfers, return boat cruise to Moreton island, day pass access to resort facilities

Tour Code

BT22W

This tour at a glance

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Note

Low level of fitness needed

Select hotel pickups available from Brisbane

Return times vary in season due to dolphin feeding at sunset

Dolphin feeding is dependant on tides, weather conditions and dolphin appearance (dolphins are wild animals however the resort experiences a 98% attendance rate)

Tour does not operate on ANZAC day, when one of cruise ships visits Moreton Island


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