whale & dolphin watching

last year over 2000 whales travelled through our region

The Great Lakes is a fantastic place to observe the annual whale migration. The humpback whales migrate north past the Great Lakes from mid May to the end of July and then return home again past us from mid September to late November, many with calves in tow.

The Great Lakes offers some amazing viewing opportunities. Simply grab a pair of binoculars & look for the 'blow' at one of the many easily accessible viewing points. Or give yourself a real treat and get an even closer look by hopping on board one of our special Whale/Dolphin Watching Cruise Boats.

The Great Lakes is also home to more dolphins than anywhere else on the East Coast.

Amaroo Cruises

Location: Memorial Drive, Forster, NSW, 2428

Daily 2 hour Dolphin Watch aboard the new high tech Amaroo 2000. Enjoy the spectacular scenery of Wallis Lake, local beaches, headlands & Cape Haw...

Moonshadow TQC

Location: Shop 3/35 Stockton Street, Nelson Bay, NSW, 2315

Moonshadow – TQC Cruises specialise in Dolphin and Whale watching out of the beautiful waters of Port Stephens and we also offer private charter...

Free Spirit Cruises

Location: Waterline Boat Shed, 15 Little Street, Forster, 2428

WELCOME ABOARD THE 'FREE SPIRIT' Come aboard the Free Spirit to find out how Wallis Lake has become the cleanest estuarine waterway in NSW. Experience...

Reel Ocean Adventures

Location: John Wright Park, 12-14 Manning Street, Tuncurry NSW 2428

Reel Ocean Adventures aims to offer our passengers an experience like no other in the Forster/Tuncurry area. A charter that will have you feeling welc...

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