Brisbane Whale Watching invites you to come on board the magnificent 'Eye-Spy' for an encounter with the whales.
Whale Watch Ocean Beach Resort is fully self contained holiday accommodation on the beach.
Get up close and personal this whale watching season in Brisbane's Moreton Bay.
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
North Stradbroke Island is now famous for more than it’s beautiful beaches and land-based whale watching. Every year athletes and competitors flock to the sun-drenched
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.
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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.
Seaview is a privately owned house situated at the town of Bulwer at the northern end of Moreton Island. There are panoramic views of Moreton Bay from either floor of this magnificently presented Moreton Island Holiday House.
Tangalooma Island Resort 4WD Bus Safari Tours operate a fleet of 4WD adventure buses across a range of tours.