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Sydney Whale-Watching Cruise from Circular Quay or Darling Harbour

Highlights
  • 2-hour Whale-Watching cruise from Sydney
  • Spot humpback whales in their natural habitat
  • See the sights of Sydney Harbour
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Sydney Whale-Watching Cruise from Circular Quay or Darling Harbour
From USD 35.54
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Darling Harbour - 1:00pmMost Popular
A spectacular 3 hours cruise departing from Darling Harbour, Pier 26 We head offshore through the breathtaking views of the whale migration highway. See a whale or next cruise is free.
USD 35.54
Circular Quay - 1.30pm
A spectacular two hour 15 mins cruise departing from Circular Quay, Eastern Pontoon. We head offshore through the breathtaking views of the whale migration highway. See a whale or next cruise is free.
USD 35.54
Darling Harbour - 9:00am
A spectacular 3 hours cruise departing from Darling Harbour, Pier 26 We head offshore through the breathtaking views of the whale migration highway. See a whale or next cruise is free.
USD 35.54
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Overview
Spot majestic humpback whales swimming and playing in their natural environment on this 2hr or 2hr 45min whale-watching cruise from Sydney. Sail across Sydney Harbour, past the iconic Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge, to the open waters of the Pacific and get up close to the gentle giants. This seasonal tour runs between May and October, and cruises pick up from either Circular Quay or Darling Harbour.
What to Expect
Board your Sydney whale-watching cruies at Circular Quay or Darling Harbour or Circular Quay. You will be welcomed by you friendly, informative host who will offer you complimentary tea and coffee. Cruise past some of Sydney's most iconic landmarks including the Sydney Harbour Bridge, the Sydney Opera House, Fort Denison and Shark Island before heading through Sydney Heads and into the open waters of the Pacific Ocean

Between the months of May to October thousands of whales pass along the Sydney coastline on their annual migration. This whale-watching cruise will take to you to the best spots to see and photograph these gentle giants of the sea. This is a truly memorable and once in a lifetime experience.
Reviews (25)
1 - 5 of 19 reviews
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Amazing, amazing and amazing!

We joined the boat at Circular Quay at 1:30pm (I would recommend getting there a little early as they boarded early and you want a good seat!). The boat was spacious with lots of outdoor and indoor spaces, the staff were really friendly and obviously...More

Thank AvidGlobeHopper
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Beautiful day for a whale watch

Weather was perfect, whales were happy to perform for us that day. Breeching and tale smacking and making their presence known. The crew was friendly and well informed and the boat was clean and comfortable! I'd go again on the next visit.

Thank 3Cousins
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Great day

We started off the day with beautiful clear skies, lovely warm weather, no wind. The trip out of the heads was no problem, gentle and no one was sea sick. We were lucky to see a mother and calf and a male close by, amazing....More

Thank Dutchie001
Reviewed 5 September 2018
Great morning on the water

Had a perfect morning out Whale watching, we saw plenty of whales (or the same ones hanging about?) The boat was immaculate and staff very friendly and informative.

Thank Sharonmelawrence
Reviewed 28 August 2018
Traumatic experience on the high seas

For a start this ship should never have left the dock due to high wind and extremely choppy seas. The sea was so rough that the waves were hitting the deck and the ship was moving up and down at such a pace that majority...More

Thank michellew28
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