Set sail with Brisbane Whale Watching

Published 5:00am 20 March 2024

Set sail with Brisbane Whale Watching
Words by Moreton Daily

As temperatures drop, the anticipation of a new whale-watching season rises.

Captain Kerry Lopez and the Brisbane Whale Watching crew are getting ready to welcome visitors on board for another exciting series of adventures.

Brisbane Whale Watching offers a premier whale watching experience and with 100 percent sightings guaranteed, guests can anticipate encountering the awe-inspiring magic of these magnificent creatures.

The crew's expertise and passion for marine life create an atmosphere of excitement, making each voyage not just a scenic tour but an educational exploration of the ocean's wonders.

The 2023 whale-watching season with Brisbane Whale Watching was nothing short of extraordinary, with the business winning the 2023 Visit Moreton Bay Tourism Business Excellence Award in the Moreton Bay Business and Innovation Awards.

Spectacular season

Set sail with Brisbane Whale Watching

Aboard the catamaran, guests were treated to a spectacle of breathtaking sights.

From the powerful tail slaps of colossal humpbacks to heartwarming scenes of baby calves frolicking in the bay, each journey was an opportunity to make lasting memories.

The expert crew, armed with a wealth of knowledge, ensured every sighting became a remarkable part of the marine adventure.

More in store for 2024

Set sail with Brisbane Whale Watching
Image: VAUGHAN JONES

Captain Kerry says that with the echoes of last season's success still resonating, Brisbane Whale Watching is gearing up for an exhilarating 2024 season.

“The anticipation is high among the crew, with each member sharing a collective enthusiasm to welcome new and returning guests on board,” she says.

“As the pristine waters of Moreton Bay become the stage for yet another whale watching season, the team is committed to delivering an unforgettable experience.

Set sail with Brisbane Whale Watching

“Brisbane Whale Watching invites you to join us on a journey into the beautiful blue waters of Moreton Bay, where the magic of the 2024 season is waiting for you.

“Come aboard the exceptional catamaran and embark on an unforgettable adventure, as the crew share their knowledge and passion for these majestic creatures.”

Eye Spy is wheelchair friendly, with access to the lower deck viewing platforms, as well as a wheelchair-friendly bathroom onboard.

Don’t miss out, book your spot today.

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