If you’ve limited time and are looking for that memorable experience that will leave you passionately retelling tales of the open sea and its majestic creatures, you really want to feel confident that you’ve chosen the right company to provide just that indulgence. It may be the ease of the booking, the departure location or perhaps the knowledgeable Captain Kerry with stories of her own to tell, that will resonate most with you. Whatever the connection, for whale watching in Brisbane, choose Brisbane Whale Watching for your next cruise.
It all starts with a professional brand, great reputation and a seamless booking system. Brisbane Whale Watching prides themselves on their image ensuring their web presence is professional, informative and effortless. Simply follow the ‘Book Now’ icon visible from any page and flow through to view a multitude of ticket options including transport, food, age and group availability. Easily view the dates you need and select the quantity of tickets required per category. Availability is shown immediately allowing you to confirm those dates or choose alternative dates. Then simply go ahead and purchase.
The secure website accepts VISA and Mastercard and, whilst there is a minimal credit card fee attached to the booking, the booking is efficient, painless and the prices are very comparable—with a portion donated to whale research.
Moreton Bay is one of the most ideal and pristine locations in the world to view whales up close and Brisbane Whale Watching is located conveniently nearby in Redcliffe just 30 minutes from the Brisbane CBD and one hour from the Sunshine and Gold coasts by car. This means there is no need for pricey accommodation and there is easy access by sea to the whales’ playground.
With some ticket options including transport, why not jump on board the 22-seater bus provided by Brisbane Whale Watching and leave your traffic woes behind. Arrive calm and ready for your fun-packed day. The bus picks up from all major hotels, backpacker accommodation, lodges and accommodation houses in the Brisbane CBD.
She’s got style. She’s got grace. She’s got knowledge and experience to rival no other. She’s Captain Kerry, a successful businesswoman, captain and mother who is passionate about local tourism and environmental protection. She’s worked her way through the ranks in an otherwise male-dominated industry, being the only woman in her class at Fremantle Maritime College, to becoming the second woman in Australia to achieve her Class Five Master Mariner’s Certificate. Her maritime experience is extensive, with her love for whales and the environment propelling her towards establishing Brisbane Whale Watching, as it is known today, to help promote public awareness of need to preserve the whales and their unique habitat.