The Whitsunday Waters host some of the most beautiful and exciting Whale watching experiences  you will ever see first hand.

This is mainly due the unique warm, shallow, and protected waters around the surrounding islands it creates the perfect place for the whales to safely give birth to their calves

teach them how to swim, breach, clean themselves (by slapping their fins on the waters surface), and more often than not mate again before travelling back down south and finally the long swim to Antarctica.

All of this happens in a very short period of time in the Tropical Winter/Spring months between July and October. If this sounds like something you would like to be a part of please feel free to inquire about coming aboard one of our tours in the ‘Bookings’ tab in the top right hand corner.

The Whitsundays are one of the most protected ocean environments in the world, and for very good reason as it not only holds the world renowned Great Barrier Reef, but is the nursery and breeding grounds for the beautiful humpback whale.

Our primary goal is to ensure the ecosystems  survival by introducing like minded people to an intimate up close and personal  experience with the whales and other marine life so that they will join us in ensuring its preservation.