Spirit Whale Watching
Mariners Cove Marina, Berth 95, Arm D, next to Helicopter Pad, Seaworld Drive, Main Beach, QLD 4217
Updated March 23, 2021
Watch the Humpback Whales on–board a fantastic 24m catamaran for just $69 for adults, $59 for Seniors & Students and $49 for Kids. 2.5-hour experience, and, if you don’t spot any whales, you’ll cruise again for FREE!
With only minutes from your doorstep Spirit of Gold Coast will have you up close and personal with these majestic mammals as they perform some of the most amazing acrobatic displays that only Mother Nature can choreograph.
Family owned with over 20 years’ experience! As one of the pioneers of Whale Watching on the East Coast of Australia, our Gold Coast location allows Spirit of Gold Coast to enjoy the longest Whale Watching Season in Australia from late May through to end of October each year. As these amazing creatures migrate north to warmer waters, to give birth or mate, and return south with their newborn calves, they enchant passengers with a journey of a lifetime.
This awesome journey is a captivating experience as these 40 ton humpback whales breach, wave their pectoral fins and slap their tails before your very eyes.
Each trip aboard our purposely built 24 meter Power Catamaran whale watching vessel is a true journey of a life time.
Departs 7 days a week at 9:30am each morning! (please arrive 9am for boarding).
Afternoon cruises available at 1:30pm upon availability and weather conditions.
To see the latest whales spotted on-board Spirit of Gold Coast, visit their Facebook page!
*Receive up to $30 OFF Whale Watching with Hello Gold Coast! (Conditions apply)
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