There is arguably no better place to watch majestic humpback whales in action than Moreton Bay and Brisbane Whale Watching is giving Moreton Daily & Dolphins News readers the chance to win an experience of lifetime.
Enter our competition for your chance to win one double (standard) pass for a whale watching cruise aboard Brisbane Whale Watching’s vessel Eye Spy this whale watching season.
The standard cruise is usually valued at $135 and includes a gourmet picnic lunchbox, extensive and informative commentary, and access to a licensed bar, snack and souvenir counter.
Entries open at 9am on Thursday, June 17 and close at midnight on Monday, June 28.
Of all the great whales, the southern Humpback is the most surface-active, displaying behaviour that will not only make you smile, but also leave you in awe.
Each year, the whales migrate to and from Antarctica, and in 2021 about 30,000 are expected to pass through the waters of Moreton Bay.
While they are here, they will feed, mate and play.
Brisbane Whale Watching is celebrating its 25th birthday this season, which runs from July to November.
Cruises leave Redcliffe Jetty daily, with guests invited to board at 9am for a 10am departure, and return at 2-2.30pm.
Passengers have the choice of a VIP Whale Watching Adventure, Premium Whale Watching Adventure or Standard Whale Watching Cruise.
To find out more, visit brisbanewhalewatching.com.au
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