Brisbane Whale Watching


We love welcoming guests with additional needs aboard the Eye-Spy. Indeed, we want to make it a refreshingly smooth and joyful experience for you – you most definitely deserve it.

Dietary needs

We recognise that a growing number of guests follow special diets for medical or religious reasons.

  • Vegetarian
  • Vegan
  • Gluten-free
  • Lactose-free
  • Nut-free

Before your trip, we deliberately ask if you have any dietary needs so that we can provide you with a suitable (and very tasty!) meal.

Enjoy a fresh picnic lunch on board


We want every guest to enjoy a world-class whale-watching experience.

One in 6 Australians lives with a disability. That’s nearly 4.5 million people living with visible disability or hidden conditions like vision or hearing loss, ADHD, autism or chronic pain.

Living with complex health needs can be challenging. A day on the ocean watching whales provides a chance to leave some of your stresses behind and experience some simple joy in a place of stunning natural beauty.

An accessible whale-watching experience
5 toilets on board and all located on the lower deck

Accessible toilets & viewing areas

Attentive staff

Attentive staff who make sure you’ve got a good view

Vessel access and lower deck viewing platforms are wheelchair friendly. There is a disabled toilet located on the lower deck.

Special seating location near to our staff


1:1 service for guests with hearing or vision impairments

Actively seeking feedback

We encourage and welcome your feedback. It’s our best indicator of whether we are exceeding our commitment to visitors.


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