This package is available between 18 May and 30 Oct 2019
Rocket Ferry to Taronga Zoo
From Circular Quay No.6 - 9:15 AM, 9:30 AM, and 10:05 AMFrom Darling Harbour Pier 26 - 9:15 AM or 9:45 AM
Whale Watching Cruise
From Taronga Zoo Wharf - 1:40 PMReach Circular Quay at 4:15 PM
The whale watching cruise will go on for 2hr and 45min.
Children aged 4 - 15 enjoy reduced prices on their tickets.
Feel closer to nature and wildlife with a widely popular whale-watching cruise in Sydney. This captivating maritime adventure draws both nature enthusiasts and thrill-seekers and offers front-row seats to the awe-inspiring spectacle of migrating humpback whales. Learn fascinating things about the deep sea creatures and their migration patterns with live commentary on board. Read further to get all the information you need to go on a whale-watching cruise in Sydney.
Spot humpback whales, dolphins and also southern right whales living in their natural habitat. With live commentary onboard, you can learn about the migratory patterns of these gentle giants. Also learn about the various conservation measures to protect these species.
The Harbour Bridge and the Opera House aren’t the only things you’ll see on your cruise. Historic sites like Hornby Lighthouse and Garden Island that provide insight into Sydney's maritime past are also visible from the cruise.
Whale-watching cruises offer a different vantage point to enjoy the breathtaking views of the Sydney skyline. You’ll see the beautiful city and landmarks like the Opera House and Harbour Bridge at their calmest from the waters.
Enjoy a delectable spread of food and beverage options that offer something for everyone. Enjoy an assisted barbeque and buffet lunch with both vegetarian and non-vegetarian options. Sit back and relax as you enjoy your meal above the sparkling waters.
The timings and duration of your Sydney Whale-Watching Cruise will vary based on the tickets you buy.
You can get the accurate timings of your tickets while making the bookings.
Make sure that you reach at least 15 minutes prior to the boarding time to avoid any delays.
By Bus: Take the buses 343, 396, B1, L90
By Train: Take the train lines T2 and T8
By Ferry: Take the F1 ferry
By Bus: Take the buses 252, 261, 288, 320, 333, 396, or 437
By Train: Take the trains T1, T2, T8, or T9 to Wynyard Station
By Ferry: Take the ferry that goes to Barangaroo Wharf 2
By Light Rail: Take a light rail to Pyrmont Bay
By Bus: Take 102 to Huskisson Shops, Owen St.
Discounted tickets: Infants (0-1 years) and children between (2-14 years) enjoy discounted ticket pricing.
Qualified crew: A qualified crew will be present onboard to take care of your safety and other needs.
Wheelchair accessible: Individuals in a wheelchair can also enjoy the company of whales. If you have any special requirements, make sure to inform the crew beforehand.
English commentary: You can listen to live English commentary to learn fascinating things about humpback whales.
Food and beverages: Breakfast, lunch, tea, coffee, and water are provided onboard.
You can easily book your Sydney whale-watching cruise tickets online.
The price of your Sydney whale-watching cruises will vary based on the tickets you buy. The starting price of Whale-Watching cruises is AU$89.
We recommend the Sydney Whale Watching Cruise with Breakfast or Buffet Lunch as one of the best whale-watching cruises as it offers meals along with an educational experience.
While most of the Sydney whale-watching cruises offer free cancellations 24 hours before departure, you can get the most accurate information on your tickets.
Circular Quay, Jervis Bay, and King Street Wharf are the few common boarding points for Sydney whale-watching cruises.
Your whale-watching cruise will include meals and beverages based on the type of cruise you pick.
Depending on the cruise you pick, your Sydney whale-watching cruise can last anywhere between 1 hour to 4.5 hours. You can get the accurate timings for your cruise on your tickets.
Yes, Sydney whale-watching cruises are wheelchair accessible, however, we suggest that you inform the crew beforehand to make the necessary arrangements.