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Check out the best whale watching cruises and land-based whale watching points in Brisbane. Get an insight into why the islands of North Stradbroke and Moreton Bay get thronged during the whale watching season. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Choice of stunning whale watching tours & cruises in Brisbane

Choice of stunning whale watching tours cruises
in Brisbane
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  • Located just 30 minutes away from Brisbanes CBD
    and Airport on Redcliffe Peninsula lies the
    perfect haven for whales. Only a few vessels are
    allowed in the marine park for whale watching.
    These whale watching tours in Brisbane offer a
    spectacular whale watching experience that
    includes not only sightings of the magnificent
    humpback whale but also many other marine animals
    e.g. Dolphins, turtles etc.
  • This pristine water of Redcliffe Peninsula is
    used by the mighty mammals to rest, bond and feed
    their young. Often you will see newborn whales
    and if you are lucky enough you can even see live
    births up close from the elaborate decks or
    through the newly installed underwater camera. A
    licensed bar and souvenir counter are available
    onboard this whale-watching cruise. These whale
    watching Redcliffe tours donate a portion of
    every ticket price to ongoing whale research as

North Stradbroke Island
  • If the idea of spending your entire whale
    watching tour of Brisbane on a cruise makes you
    discomfit, you should opt for the ones that offer
    land-based whale watching experiences. North
    Stradbroke Island is the best place to watch the
    mighty mammals of the sea from the comfort of the
  • You'll be whisked over from Raby Bay to Straddie
    on a purpose-built sailing catamaran. In just
    under an hour you will reach the pristine island
    of North Stradbroke where you are sure to
    encounter one of the world's greatest natural
  • Point Lookout on North Stradbroke Island is
    Queenslands vantage point for land-based whale
    watching. This well-accommodated island is
    surrounded by the azure waters which are home to
    a large pod of bottle-nose dolphins and sea
    turtles. These unique species, as well as the
    whales, can be spotted almost all year round.

Moreton Island
  • Cape Moreton on Moreton Island is another spot
    for land-based whale watching. While whales
    appear only from June to November, other marine
    species like sharks, turtles and dolphins can be
    spotted all year round.
  • Pods of whales rest and frolic in the shelter of
    Moreton Bay to ease out their long journey to the
    warm birthing grounds near the equator. The
    whales are so common here that almost all tour
    operators guarantee to spot the whales! This
    makes the city of Brisbane one of the best
    whale-watching destinations in Australia.
  • There are fantastic whale watching packages that
    bring you the best of whale sighting and dolphin
    feeding. The combo of humpback whale watching
    tour to Moreton Bay and a memorable evening tour
    which includes feeding of wild dolphins on the
    beach are simply not to be missed.

City of Brisbane
  • Not only for whale watching the capital city of
    the beautiful Sunshine State, but Brisbane is
    also stuffed with all kinds of tourist
    attractions and adventures. Winding along the
    Brisbane River, the city of Brisbane blends
    historic buildings with modern elegance. The
    mild, subtropical climate together with a relaxed
    culture attracts a large number of tourists and
    people from other Australian states. It's green,
    clean and friendly, with an emphasis on
    creativity and innovation. There are plenty of
    lush parklands and gardens studded throughout the
  • In a nutshell, we can define Brisbane as the
    paradise of Queensland.