Sydney Whale Watching, Sydney

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#67 of 82 in Wildlife in Sydney
At Whale Watching Sydney we have been watching Humpback Whales off our beautiful coastline since 1993, so we know the great feeling that people get

seeing these whales up close and personal.

Our experienced crew is looking forward to welcome you aboard Sydneys best custom built, fast and spacious

vessels to give you the best day possible out at sea. It's an unforgettable experience!

From mid May to early December tens of thousands of Humpback Whales migrate along the coast off Sydney each year.

Your cruise begins with all of Sydney Harbours famous sights such as the Opera House, the Harbour Bridge,

Watsons Bay and many more as we make our way towards the entrance of Sydney Harbour.

Then we head to the blue waters of the pacific ocean where we witness these magnificent mammals migrate past

Sydney's famous beaches and rugged cliff lines in the biggest mass migration in the world.
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  • For those planning their unforgettable explore the continent take note from May to October in the ocean along the coast from Melbourne to Sydney float humpbacked whales, then they go in the Dominican Republic. But if you will have a chance to use them is obligatory. The tour can be bought on the waterfront in Sydney, near the Opera. I bought the cheapest-75 for one, though, has been promised to the tea and the sounds of whales. When I asked my tea, the staff said that the tea can be taken only when we get back to port. I was disappointed. Get ready for what will be a big Gulf pitching. I was lucky with trehpalubnoj yacht. Top best seen, but be sure to hold on to handrails and dress warmly, wind and spray. But if you freeze, you can always go down to the lower deck and watch from behind the glass. On-the-go plays tell about whales and their povadakah. We have long observed two whales at a distance, but the images and videos that I have made, I have arranged. This company makes 2 rounds a day and promises that if you don't see whales on its first trip, then the next go free. It is also important, because certainly not always and not everyone is able to see the whales. This is not a zoo.
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  • We took the 3 hour trip. The commentary was good and we saw 2 small pods of whales. The skipper was determined we should see a second pod and looked hard and long to find them for us. The boat was cle...  more »

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