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Whale watching at Tangalooma Island Resort 2018

asdfghjkllkgfdTangalooma’s whale watching cruise season has come to a close for 2018, with a total of 1086 humpback whales sighted, consisting of 815 adults, 212 juveniles and 59 calves.

Tangalooma’s whale watching cruise operates from June – October, offering whale sighting guarantee on Australia’s largest dedicated whale watching vessel and departs directly from Brisbane. All Tangalooma Whale watching cruises include: return scenic catamaran cruise across Moreton Bay Marine Park from Brisbane to Tangalooma, expert commentary by an Eco Ranger, light lunch and refreshments served on board, resort access pass allowing use of resort facilities including 2 swimming pools, restaurants and bars. Guests can also combine the Whale watching cruise with Tangalooma’s wild dolphin feeding programme which takes place at the Tangalooma Jetty every evening at sunset.

To read more about Tangalooma’s whale watching and dolphin feeding experiences click Here!

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