MORNING WHALE WATCHING TOUR…

morning whale watching tour

Cronulla Public Wharf

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…

time table…

MORNING TOUR Cronulla
Depart 9.30 am
Return 11.50 am

prices…

Payments can be made pay prior to the day via card or PayPal… or pay via cash or card at the wharf..

ADULT 12 yrs to 64 yrs $75 per person
SENIOR 65 yrs + $65 per person
CHILD 4 yrs to 12 yrs $50 per person
INFANTS 0 yrs – 3 yrs FREE – (although must book a seat)

our vessel…

basic stuff about this trip…

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.

MORNING or AFTERNOON ?

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

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

Travel Times

Cronulla Public Wharf is approx 20min to the Open Ocean where the Whales are located.

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..

where…

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

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Cronulla Whale Watching

Whales are here !!! Book your tickets now. We have reduced numbers and tours this year due to COVID so bookings are essential…
#whalewatching #whale #humpbacks #humpbackwhale #breaching #humpbackbreach #ocean #cronulla #sutherlandshire #ilovesydney @sydney
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Whales are here !!! Book your tickets now. We have reduced numbers and tours this year due to COVID so bookings are essential...
#whalewatching #whale #humpbacks #humpbackwhale #breaching #humpbackbreach #ocean #cronulla #sutherlandshire #ilovesydney @sydney

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Cukros Egy takes off from Cronulla wharf

Yes..we are back! Morning and afternoon whale watching tours. Morning tours are Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Afternoon tours are Saturday and Sunday. Pick up at Cronulla wharf. Morning tours are every day during the NSW school holidays from July 3 – July 19. @sydney #ilovesydney See MoreSee Less

Yes..we are back! Morning and afternoon whale watching tours. Morning tours are Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Afternoon tours are Saturday and Sunday. Pick up at Cronulla wharf. Morning tours are every day during the NSW school holidays from July 3 - July 19. @sydney #ilovesydney

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How many can go onboard per tour. I have a large group I’d like to book in. Thanks

Kyle Bowness

Karina Willett

Lexie Feher-Langley Claire McHall Jana Meresova

Hi Guys..our whale watching tours are… Morning tours are Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Afternoon tours are Saturday and Sunday. Thank you.

So happy you’re back! We had the best tour last year ! Will be going again soon!

Crystal Hutchinson

Hope you enjoy the tour, if you go, Leanne. Would be lovely to see the whales, but in England, so too far away. Perhaps there will be photos?

Please note we will be running morning tours every day during the NSW School Holidays from July 3 – July 19.

Glad your back, I highly recommend!!

How much is it please? How long are you out for?

Chris Jovcevski Scarlett would love this! Let’s take the kids?

Yes….

Kelly Ford lets go Whale watching .

Lindsay Davis

Camilo Torres

Jodie Burns 👍🏻

Karen Smith. Want to go ?

Kieran Sophie Gabby Jack Alex are we ready????? Janelle

Georgia May should we 🤢

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Joanne Lonergan

All the best wishes to you all! I hope your whale watching tours will be up and running soon. We can’t wait to come on board 🐳🐋🐬

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Hopefully restrictions will be lifted before the end of the season so we can go on a whale watching cruise with you guys. Loved it last time.

New 5.0-star Review: "2nd last cruise of the season.
Perfect sunny day, plenty of whale activity.
Family from Denmark was blown away.
See you again soon. Thank you.
Ivan Jensen, Engadine."
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New 5.0-star Review: 2nd last cruise of the season.
Perfect sunny day, plenty of whale activity.
Family from Denmark was blown away.
See you again soon. Thank you.
Ivan Jensen, Engadine.

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We were on this trip. Totally amazing. Will go out again this year – when we can.

Can’t wait

Get ready for the whale watching season commencing on May 20. Book early or buy a gift voucher. See MoreSee Less

Get ready for the whale watching season commencing on May 20. Book early or buy a gift voucher.

New 5.0-star Review: "We have been on several cruises last season and every time we had a great crew and an excellent day." See MoreSee Less

New 5.0-star Review: We have been on several cruises last season and every time we had a great crew and an excellent day.

New 5.0-star Review: "What a wonderful afternoon of fun and excitement with a fully professional team in charge of our expedition. Lots of fun with plenty of whales. Highly recommend it to everyone." See MoreSee Less

New 5.0-star Review: What a wonderful afternoon of fun and excitement with a fully professional team in charge of our expedition. Lots of fun with plenty of whales. Highly recommend it to everyone.

New 5.0-star Review: "Really great experience. My son and I really enjoy it." See MoreSee Less

New 5.0-star Review: Really great experience. My son and I really enjoy it.
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