cronullaโ€™s no.1 whale watching charterโ€ฆ

choose your gift voucher…

valid until – 31 October 2020

Adults Gift Voucher

adults 12yrs – 64yrs
  • Let them choose their preferred date
  • Easy Online Payment System
  • Receive Gift Voucher Instantly via email
  • Optional POSTAL Gift Voucher
  • Season – 15 May – 31 October each year
  • All Vouchers valid until 31 October 2020
  • Depart & Return – Cronulla or Bundeena Public Wharf

Senior Gift Voucher

seniors 65yrs +
  • Let them choose their preferred date
  • Easy Online Payment System
  • Receive Gift Voucher Instantly via email
  • Optional POSTAL Gift Voucher
  • Season – 15 May – 31 October each year
  • All Vouchers valid until 31 October 2020
  • Depart & Return – Cronulla or Bundeena Public Wharf

Childs Gift Voucher

child 4yrs – 12yrs
  • Let them choose their preferred date
  • Easy Online Payment System
  • Receive Gift Voucher Instantly via email
  • Optional POSTAL Gift Voucher
  • Season – 15 May – 31 October each year
  • All Vouchers valid until 31 October 2020
  • Depart & Return – Cronulla or Bundeena Public Wharf

frequently used questions…

WHALE SEASON

Sydney Whale Season runs from 15 May to 31 October each year…

VOUCHER EXPIRY

Vouchers expiry 31 October 2020….

WHERE IS CRONULLA

Cronulla is located on the magnificant โ€˜Port Hacking Riverโ€™ which is the gateway to the Royal National Park and Pacific Ocean. Cronulla is approx 20min via road south of Sydney Airport.

PICK UP & DROP OFF

We pick up and drop off each trip from Cronulla Public Wharf & Bundeena public Wharf…

PARKING

There is plenty of non timed parking along Tonkin Street which is an easy stroll from the wharf.

PUBLIC TRANSPORT

For those that wish to use public transfer, Cronulla Train Station is approx 200m away which is surrounded by shops, restaurants, banks and other amenities.

WHERE WE GO

Most the time whales are within a 500-750m from the coastline which allows both world class whale watching as well as enjoying the Royal National Parks from a unique position.

HOW THEY BOOK

Every voucher has an exclusive code. This code is simply entered once the Voucher recipient chooses a date. Very simple.

What Types of Whales

The most common whales seen on our cruises are Humpback whales, however we have seen Southern Right whales, Minkes, Orcas, and Pilot Whales. The most entertaining is of course the beautiful Humpbacks, we see them every day.

WHAT OTHER MARINE LIFE

The most common whales seen on our cruises are Humpback whales, however we have seen Southern Right whales, Minkes, Orcas, and Pilot Whales. The most entertaining is of course the beautiful Humpbacks, we see them every day.

WHAT TO BRING

Hat – Sunglasses – Sunscreen – Binoculars – Camera – Extra batteries – Water bottle (no glass please) – Snacks and/or lunch – Wear flat shoes – Rain jacket – Windbreaker

WHAT ABOUT MOTION SICKNESS

We all must remember, we are out on the open ocean and it is always better to come prepared. Visit your chemist or doctor for sea sickness tablets/remedies.

WHAT HAPPENS IF IT RAINS

Light rain is no problem, as we have undercover enclosed areas keeping you warm and protected. Bring a spray jacket if it looks like rain. In heavy rain and rough conditions, for your own safety we do not go to sea and we will refund you 100% so you can re-book another day..

where…

Cronulla Public Wharf is located at 2 Tonkin Street on the southern side of Cronulla Train Station.’

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check out some of our recent trips…

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New 5.0-star Review: "Good size of boat for the job. The staff were well organised and informative." See MoreSee Less

New 5.0-star Review: Good size of boat for the job. The staff were well organised and informative.

The common dolphins love to race us around Cronulla bay (and they win every time) #whalewatching #dolphins #commondolphins #ocean #cronulla #sutherlandshire #ilovesydney @sydney See MoreSee Less

Pretty rough out there this morning but before we turned back we managed to catch a bub practicing some breaches in the big waves ๐ŸŒŠ ๐Ÿ‹ #whalewatching #whales #humpbacks #humpbackwhale #breachingwhales #cronulla #sutherlandshire #ocean #ilovesydney @sydney See MoreSee Less

6 days ago

Cronulla Whale Watching

Incredible photo from Samantha ๐Ÿ‹ @justsamigLaunch sequence commencing 3,2,1 we have lift off. See MoreSee Less

Incredible photo from Samantha ๐Ÿ‹ @justsamig

Comment on Facebook

Wow that's incredible!

Amazing photo

Beautiful

Ay you guys! Thanks again for your kindness.

Wow, top shot!!!!!!!

Wow!!! ๐Ÿณ Now that's what I'm talking about!!

Scott how amazing does this look! ๐Ÿ‹

Wow !!! Brett

Anne Shelley

Karen Graham!! And this… ๐Ÿ˜

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New 5.0-star Review: "good experience. also friendly crew" See MoreSee Less

New 5.0-star Review: good experience. also friendly crew

New 5.0-star Review: "five stars" See MoreSee Less

New 5.0-star Review: five stars

New 5.0-star Review: "We had an awesome afternoon, highly recomended!" See MoreSee Less

New 5.0-star Review: We had an awesome afternoon, highly recomended!

1 week ago

Samantha Gann

Launch sequence commencing 3,2,1 we have lift off. See MoreSee Less

Launch sequence commencing 3,2,1 we have lift off.

Comment on Facebook

Hi Samantha, do you have an Instagram page we can tag when we share this amazing image ?

1 week ago

Cronulla Whale Watching

Stunning! ๐Ÿ‹ ๐Ÿ˜ฎJust one of the nine breach photos from this morning’s trip. Thanks for a fantastic cruise CWW. See MoreSee Less

Stunning! ๐Ÿ‹ ๐Ÿ˜ฎ

Comment on Facebook

Wow, lucky buggers. What a great capture.

Thank you for all your kind comments and likes. ๐Ÿ˜ป๐Ÿ‹

Just love this !!

Wow what a fantastic shot

What a great pic

I forgot to ask why he/she was swimming back up the coast? Maybe left their wallet at Bondi?

Wow

Wow!!!!!!!

Joanne Lonergan๐Ÿ‹๐Ÿ‹

Anne

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