Gold Coast day tours

Dolphin Feeding Day Cruise with Whale Watching from Gold Coast
Gray Line Day Tour GT22W

Marvel at the annual migration each June to October of Humpback Whales as they journey some 16,000 kilometres from Antarctica along the east coast of Australia.

These acrobats of the ocean pass by Moreton Island, often with 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. Tangalooma on Moreton Island is a pristine wonderland wating to be explored. You will delight as wild dolphins swim into shore at dusk for hand feeding. Getting this close is an unforgettable experience.

Highlights of this tour

  • Return coach transfers
  • Return boat cruise across Moreton Bay marine park
  • Light lunch served on board
  • Whale watching cruise for 3 hours
  • Expert commentary by an on-board Eco Ranger
  • Guaranteed whale sightings
  • Whale watching photo (digital copy/low res)
  • Admission to the nightly dolphin feeding program
  • Access to the day lounge
  • Dolphin feeding video (digital copy/low res)
  • Day Pass access to the resort
  • Use of resort facilities including 2 swimming pools, restaurants and bars
  • 1 standard beverage on the launch transfer
  • 'Discover the world of dolphins' presentation at the Marine Education Centre

Adult: $269   Child: $219

Whale watching tour

Adult: $269

Child: $219



DAILY (June 1 through to October 11)
Departs: 6.15am Returns: 9.30pm - 10.45pm

Fare Includes

lunch, 3 hour whale watching cruise, coach transfers, boat transfers, expert commentary, guaranteed whale sightings, whale and dolphin feeding photos (digital copy/low res), admission to dolphin feeding program, day lounge access

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This tour at a glance



Low level of fitness needed. Selected hotel pickups from Gold Coast available. Return times vary in season due to dolphin feeding at sunset. Dolphin feeding is dependent on tides, weather conditions and dolphin appearance (dolphins are wild animals however the resort experiences a 98% attendance rate). The resort has its own Japanese and Chinese speaking guest relations staff for information. Tour does not operate Anzac Day when a cruise ship visits the island

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