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Whale Watch Resort Apartments

The views are as unique as they are spectacular and all the Whale Watch Resort Apartments have expansive uninterrupted ocean views.

Brisbane Whale Watching

Brisbane Whale Watching invites you to come on board the magnificent 'Eye-Spy' for an encounter with the whales. Of all the great whales, the humpback is the most surface active displaying behaviour that will not only inspire you but leave you in awe. There quite clearly is no better place to observe the mighty humpback than Brisbane's Moreton Bay, recognised as one of the world's best whale watching areas and only 30 minutes north of Brisbane.

Have a whale of a time – your guide to whale watching in Brisbane's Moreton Bay

Get up close and personal this whale watching season in Brisbane's Moreton Bay.

Tangalooma Whale Watch Cruises

The humpback whale is known for their long migration journeys each winter, putting on a magnificent display of breaching, tail slapping and spy hopping as they make their way to warmer waters. South-East Queensland is one of the best places to view these amazing creatures, with up to 28,000 whales expected to journey past Moreton Island this winter. This is definitely something you don't want to miss!!

Whalewatch Ocean Beach Resort

Relax on your balcony of North Stradbroke accommodation and watch the whales frolic and breach on their annual trek north at Whale Watch Ocean Beach Resort. The holiday accommodation at North Stradbroke Island provides breathtaking sights along the main surfing beach, over to the Pacific Ocean and to the Gold Coast and beyond.

Frenzy Charters Offshore Fishing

Frenzy Charters is an owner-operator business with more than 20 years' experience in the fishing industry. It offers reef and bottom fishing, light-game outings, whale watching and ecotours.

Australia See Moreton Island Tours

Depart Brisbane on a fully guided four wheel drive Eco-adventure on Moreton Island with Australia See Moreton Island Tours. Sea Cruise from Scarborough Harbour via Moreton’s Marine Park. Spot dolphins, fish, whales, dugong and turtles. Arrive at Moreton Island, the world's second largest sand island. Four wheel drive past Honeyeater Lake, beautiful wildflowers and birdlife to remote surf beach. Take a short coastal forest walk to the fresh waters of Blue Lagoon. Relax, swim, photo, snorkel on your tour. Enjoy a picnic lunch in nature's paradise overlooking golden beaches. Drive to an aboriginal midden site and ancient fish trap, then onto wild Cape Moreton Lighthouse with breathtaking views of Flinder's Reef. These tours provide great land based opportunities for whale watching, dolphins, turtles and more. Explore Honeymoon Bay Beach and swim the Champagne Pools. Stroll to 'Yellow Patch' and photograph the rockpools and headland, four wheel drive the isolated east coast and sandboard the famous desert dunes. Travel to the Tangalooma shipwrecks for a beach walk, photos and afternoon sunset.

Main Beach, North Stradbroke Island

Main Beach offers 32km of unspoilt sand, dunes and surf. It is popular with boardriders and bodysurfers who enjoy big swells. The waves are large and powerful and the views are spectacular. The headland is the best vantage point for watching the surfing action and spotting whales and dolphins.

Werai and Weetanga

These beautifully furnished and equipped beachhouses, Werai and Weetanga, are perfect for two families and overlook Frenchmans Bay. You can watch the annual humpback whale migration from your own deck. Downstairs there is a kitchen/lounge and dining with one bedroom and a bathroom and upstairs four more large bedrooms and two more bathrooms and a second living area. Only minutes walk to public transport, the Gorge Walk and restaurants.

The Lookout Units

The Lookout Units are located on the highest precinct at Point Lookout with panoramic beach and ocean views from South Passage Bar and across Moreton Bay to the Glasshouse Mountains in the west to the headlands of Point Lookout in the East. The units face north and have a large pool and entertainment area. The views are the best at Point Lookout and it is possible to watch the migration of humpback whales from June to November from each unit.

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