Want to witness Humpback Whales on their migration through Sydney? This Sydney Harbour Breakfast Whale Watch Cruise is the best way to get up close to the whales and also admire the beautiful scenery as you cruise along Sydney Harbour. The value whale watch cruise includes a hot breakfast and tea and coffee as you cruise the harbour listening to commentary as you view the city sights. Every year pods of whales make their migration north and south past Sydney during May- November. Join this morning whale watch cruise on the weekend to see the whales in their natural environment. Keep an eye out to the horizon as they are playful mammals. The whales will make their presence known as they slap their heads, pectoral fin and tails against the water and if you are lucky you may even see them breach and lunge out of the water. The Sydney Harbour Morning Whale Watch Cruise departs at 8:15am and returns at 12:15pm.Whale watching is a very unique experience. Don't miss out on seeing the Humpback Whales this season! Book your Sydney Whale Watch Cruise here.
That Was My Birthday! And I’m choosing to spend a day of Whale Watching with my family!
Yeah, of course, I bought the tickets from Experience Oz. I never get any trouble when I bought any tickets from Experience Oz! Peace of Mind! So many options that you can choose to make your day! Whale Watching experience was SO SUPERB!! My family and I really enjoyed 3.5 hours on the cruise!
Great staff, knowledgeable and friendly. We saw several whales and pretty close up. The food was OK, fairly standard stuff - egg, sausage, beans and instant coffee - we didn't want to eat too much anyway. Overall a relaxing way to spend half a Sunday!
The trip started on time as planned
The trip started on time as planned. The guide was super helpful. We sighted a few humpback whales, but not in their full glory. There were few other boats messing around. Otherwise a great experience. I recommend a light and early breakfast to avoid seasickness. Few among the audience including me threw up. But 4 hours is a good enough time to spot a few whales at least.