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Purchase a whale watching tour on board our purpose built whale watching vessel. Cronulla is a world class location to witness a variety of whales including the acrobatic “Humpback”…. During the migration June-October each year the whales often use the protection of Bate Bay to have a rest which gives our customers a unique encounter with these beautiful creatures. MUST BOOK PRIOR…

 

MORNING TOUR Cronulla
Depart 9.30 am
Return 11.50 am

our vessel…

basic stuff about this trip…

Payment

Debit/Credit Card will be required to secure a booking. ZERO funds will be taken from the card. On the day you will have the following payment options: (1) Payment be taken from the Debit / Credit we have on file (2) Pay with TAP & GO card

WHERE IS CRONULLA

Cronulla is located on the magnificant ‘Port Hacking River’ which is the gateway to the Royal National Park and Pacific Ocean. Cronulla is approx 20min via road south of Sydney Airport.

Tour Times

Tours are around 2hours and 20 mins. It takes approx 20 mins to travel from the Wharf to Open water where the the whales are located. MORNING tours depart at (9.30am) and AFTERNOON tours depart (12.30pm)

PICK UP & DROP OFF

We pick up and drop off from Cronulla 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 0km -2km from the coastline which allows both world class whale watching as well as enjoying the Royal National Parks from a unique position.

MORNING or AFTERNOON ?

There is no answer to what is best…. everyday is different. Some days morning are better and sometimes afternoons are better…..

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

We often see common dolphins; however other species of dolphin are very common. Sharks, rays and seals are quite often spotted and are a wonderful bonus for your cruise.

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..

School Holidays

During July School holidays EXTRA tours will be run.

where…

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

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1 month ago

Giulio Debbie DiStefano

Giulio, Debbie & Luke ventured out on the high seas last Friday for our first whale watching cruise for 2021. Unfortunately I think the whales had already started lockdown as not much action to be found. Next time. And still no breach !

#Whales #WhaleSeason #NoBreach #NextTime Cronulla Whale Watching
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1 month ago

Cronulla Whale Watching

Very special moment today as these AWESOME whales hung around and were playing with us……
– For bookings visit – www.CronullaWhaleWatching.com.au
#whalewatching #cronullawhalewatching #cronulla #porthacking #bundeena #thingstodo #ilovesydney @sydney @visitsutherlandshire @visitnsw #LoveNSW
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An incredible morning out with the whales! Thanks Mike! Cronulla Whale Watching

Alan Hayward this was fabulous!

Kelly Ford we need to do this

Karen Russell Leonie Murphy

Michael Albany 🥰

Marnie Wendt Clow

That noise is incredible. I'll never forget it. So special, we are incredibly lucky.

How good! You can’t get to Cape Solander but you can via Sir Joseph Banks Drive followed by the best coffee Kurnell 1770 Bakery and Cafe

Chloe and I loved it. Thanks Mike.

We loooved it!Thankyou Mike and Marcella! One of the best things we have ever done hands down! 🐳🐳🐳

Fantastic experience! Thanks Mike.

Andrew Lai if only the kids were a bit older. They would love this 🐋

Ellen, Kathleen

Mark Williams How close they are….

How beautiful

Would like see that selfy!!!!

Didn’t think boats were allowed that close.

Coming soon

Awesome 🐳

Don’t you have to be 100 m away from the whales?????

Kelly Henretty

Sam Gobran

Kelly Trotter Brent Trotter

Jackie Fallins

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School holidays are just around the corner and there are HEAPS of whales off Cronulla.

We are gearing up for an awesome time and hope you can join us.

Get your kids off the iPads and bring them out for an amazing experience.

MORE INFORMATION regarding dates, availability and cost at our website:

www.CronullaWhaleWatching.com.au

#whalewatching #cronullawhalewatching #cronulla #porthacking #bundeena #thingstodo @visitsutherlandshire #schoolholidays
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School holidays are just around the corner and there are HEAPS of whales off Cronulla. 

We are gearing up for an awesome time and hope you can join us.

Get your kids off the iPads and bring them out for an amazing experience.

MORE INFORMATION regarding dates, availability and cost at our website: 

www.CronullaWhaleWatching.com.au

#whalewatching #cronullawhalewatching #cronulla #porthacking #bundeena #thingstodo @visitsutherlandshire #schoolholidays

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Sharks sharks all the best

Dean Murray

Jeanie Beaulieu

Luke Tuckwell

Cronulla is having so many whales this year. Amazing 💖

Hello . Do you have any family specials on for the school holidays? There will be 11 of us!

Lara Stathakis

Pat Stoffels FYI

Interested

Margarita Lopez

Do you accept Discover vouchers?

Are you working during the lockdown ?

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2 months ago

Cronulla Whale Watching

Very curious whales… they swam with us for over 30mins…
– For bookings visit – www.CronullaWhaleWatching.com.au
#whalewatching #cronullawhalewatching #cronulla #porthacking #bundeena #thingstodo #ilovesydney @sydney @visitsutherlandshire @visitnsw #LoveNSW
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Wow!!!!!

Fantastic

2 months ago

Joanne Harper

We went yesterday it was a fantastic saw heaps whales See MoreSee Less

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Awesome day wasn’t it… 10/10

2 months ago

Cronulla Whale Watching

Some awesome shots from our Wednesday trip… thanks to #bwhits2 ….
– For bookings visit – www.CronullaWhaleWatching.com.au
#whalewatching #whale #humpbacks #humpbackwhale #ocean #cronulla #sutherlandshire #ilovesydney @sydney #porthacking #wildaboutwhales @cronullawhalewatching #cronullawhalewatching
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Karina Willett

Sam Gobran

Andrew Lai

Trudy Halyard !!

Janice Everson

. Beautiful to watch

Great shots

CRONULLA OUTRIGGER CANOE CLUB WOMEN'S CREW whales everywhere

Rik Karena you guys wanna go with us during school holidays?

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2 months ago

Cronulla Whale Watching

More Whales today than any other day this season…. they are EVERYWHERE!!!

– For bookings visit – www.CronullaWhaleWatching.com.au
#whalewatching #whale #humpbacks #humpbackwhale #ocean #cronulla #sutherlandshire #ilovesydney @sydney #porthacking #wildaboutwhales @cronullawhalewatching #cronullawhalewatching
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Kelly Ford I’d like to go whale watching with these guys.

Chloe Iliff

Shelley

Matthew Sigreg

Omg my dream is to see a whale do this. If only I could jump on board with you guys weekly . Trust me I would!

Kathryn Howie fingers crossed for a breach

Sam Morris

Candice

Bish Hanna

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2 months ago

Cronulla Whale Watching

Wow…. very fortunate today… whales were very curious….

– For bookings visit – www.CronullaWhaleWatching.com.au
#whalewatching #whale #humpbacks #humpbackwhale #ocean #cronulla #sutherlandshire #ilovesydney @sydney #porthacking #wildaboutwhales @cronullawhalewatching #cronullawhalewatching
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Ash Bowne Mark Nicolls

Helen Ab

Chloe Iliff

Karen Pearse

Jacqui Harvey

Wow

Rebecca Lawes Kimberley Heath Sarah Whitehead Tracie Cavanagh

What kind of whales are these?

Judy don’t want to rub it in but….

Yes why are they so close . They should lose there license

Amy Wall – this one looks good too

I thought you had to be 100m away from the whales?

Jayde Db Holly Parfitt Taron Ellul Cameron Brett typical lol

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2 months ago

Cronulla Whale Watching

Happy whales yesterday waving to us as they went by…..
– For bookings visit – www.CronullaWhaleWatching.com.au
#whalewatching #whale #humpbacks #humpbackwhale #ocean #cronulla #sutherlandshire #ilovesydney @sydney #porthacking #wildaboutwhales @cronullawhalewatching #cronullawhalewatching
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Patrick Irvine

Steve Margaritis

2 months ago

Maria Araya

Had an amazing afternoon watching around 8 whales, Thank you so much! And thank you for the xtra time you gave us to make sure we got to see the whales and sone amazing dolphins 🐬 See MoreSee Less

Had an amazing afternoon watching around 8 whales, Thank you so much! And thank you for the xtra time you gave us to make sure we got to see the whales and sone amazing dolphins 🐬

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Maria… glad you had a great time… That shot is amazing. See you next time…

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