The Whales on the South Coast begin to appear in late September and continue through to late November during their annual migration south to the Antarctic. To be out on the water in full view of these magnificent animals is an opportunity not to be missed.
Witness mother's and calves feeding and great displays of tail slapping, spyhopping and breaching. The most commonly observed whales are the Humpbacks but Southern Right Whales and Orca's (killer whales) are also often seen.
There are also plenty of dolphins, seals and penguins to be seen on our tours. We depart daily at 8.30am and return at 11.30am during the season. We only take a maximum of 12 passengers on our trips which ensures that you get the best viewing of the whales. Try our Whale Watching Special (see prices)
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