Tangalooma Island Resort Whale Watching Cruise

Tangalooma Island Resort Whale Watching Cruise

Only Tangalooma Island Resort offers you Brisbane's closest whale watching cruise, plus the opportunity to enjoy island life for the day, and night if you stay over. Our vessel is a smooth sailing, comfortable catamaran. And our island is alive with fun things to do, from land and water sports to just lazing around on the beach.

All Whale Watch Cruises Include Return scenic cruise from Brisbane to Tangalooma, across Moreton Bay, Whale Sighting Guarantee, Expert Commentary by an Eco Ranger, Light Lunch served on board and Access to Tangalooma Island Resort Facilities.

Tangalooma Island Resort Whale Watching Cruise departs from both Brisbane and Tangalooma.

  • Tangalooma Island Resort Whale Watching Cruise
  • Adult $145 /Per Person
    Child $105 /Per Person
  • Departs Brisbane at 7:30am or 10:00am
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  • Whale Watching departing from Tangalooma
  • Adult $75 /Per Person
    Child $55 /Per Person
  • Departs Tangalooma at 12:00pm (3 Hours)


Tangalooma Island Resort

Available days

Monday | Wednesday | Friday | Saturday | Sunday

Activity times

7:30am | 10am

What to bring

Camera, Suncreen, Hat, Sunglasses, Warm Clothing

Seasonal Availability

June to October

How to book

Book online with your accommodation or visit the Tours Desk on the island (Next to Reception)

Terms and Conditions

To ensure guest comfort, this tour will not operate in windy weather conditions. Includes light lunch on board. Vegetarian option is available upon request - please advise at time of booking. This information should be used as a guide only. Activity and tour details, prices and timings are subject to change at any time - please refer to the What's On Guide for specific tour details during your stay.

Access to Tour Provider & Equipment Hire Services

Only official authorised visitors to Tangalooma Island Resort are allowed to access the tour provider, equipment hire, and booking services that are based at Tangalooma. Unauthorised casual visitors to Moreton Island are not permitted to use these facilities & services. See our Casual Visitor Policy for further information.

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