Whale Watching Sydney
Morning and Afternoon Whale Watching Tours
The whale is one of the worlds most recognised and graceful mammals. Imagine being so close to a whale you can touch it. Our experienced captains know how to get close to whales without them feeling threatened. Right now is the whale migration season as 30,000 whales head south down the east coast of Australia to the antarctic. This is a yearly event and statistics are showing the whales are migrating in record numbers.
In 15 minutes we will have you in the deep blue ocean and in the path of the whales.
You can book either of our morning or afternoon whale watching tours securely online. Note that infants to 3 years of age are free but you must still reserve a seat when you make the booking.
Adult -12 years old to 64 years of age $75 per person
Seniors -65+ years $65 per person
Child - 4 years old to 12 years of age $50 per person
Infants - 0 years old to 3 years of age FREE – but must book a seat
NO WHALES POLICY
Should no Whales or Dolphin be sighted on your tour you will receive a single complimentary voucher with Cronulla Whale Watching. Your free single voucher will be valid until 31 October 2020. The voucher can only be used by the passenger on the original tour. If no whales sighted on the complementary trip, no further vouchers will be issued.
Jump aboard the purpose-built Whale Watcher. We have a capacity of 30 guests which can book as a group or individual. This is in line with the COVID-19 Government social distancing regulations. You are assured of a comfortable and safe passage. All the essential amenities are provided including an onboard toilet.
FOOD & DRINKS
Coffee & Tea is provided at the start of every tour. All other food and drinks are BYO.
Whale Watching Departure Map
Frequently Asked Whale Watching Tour Questions
Here are some answers to the FAQs passengers ask about our cruises.
Where do you pick up and drop off from?
We pick up and drop off each trip from Cronulla Public Wharf
Is there parking available?
There is plenty of non timed parking along Tonkin Street which is an easy stroll from the wharf.
Is public transport nearby?
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.
What should I bring?
We recommend a hat, sunglasses, sunscreen protection, a camera, a water bottle, comfortable flat shoes and a warm wind and rainproof jacket. And you can bring along some snacks if you want to.
What type of whales can we expect to see?
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 could I see?
We often get an escort from dolphins. Sharks, rays and seals are quite often spotted and are a wonderful bonus for your cruise.