Sydney Whale Watching Cruise - Darling Harbour
Our Sydney cruises depart from Darling Harbour and pass many of Sydney's famous landmarks on your way out the Heads to take you whale watching. On weekends the Harbour is alive with colourful sailing boats and your cruise will take you past Luna Park, the Harbour Bridge, Circular Quay, Sydney Opera House, Kirabilly House, Fort Denison, Bradley's Head, the mansions of Rose Bay!
Once out past the Heads the fun really starts as they start to look for the wonderful Humpback Whales migrating past.
Whilst all efforts will be made to ensure that your whale watching cruise is an enjoyable one it is important to remember that these whales are wild animals. They do not perform on cue! A range of whale behaviours may be viewed including fluke up dives, tail slapping, pectoral fin slapping, spy hopping, breaching, tail throws. We are committed to minimising the disturbance that our whale watching cruises make to the whales we are watching. Our crew will provide informative commentary during the cruise and are always happy to answer any questions you may have.
Cruises depart daily mid May to early August.
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