Noosa Whale Watching

Noosa Blue Water charters is now operating Noosa’s very own whale- watching tours directly out of the Noosa Marina at Tewantin.

If you are visiting between May and November, Noosa is an ideal location to add a whale-watching adventure to your itinerary.

In autumn the Southern Hemisphere Humpback whales migrate north to the warm waters off the North Queensland coastline to mate and breed. At the end of spring they return south to Antarctica waters to feed on krill. On the way south mothers regularly rest and play with their young in the calm waters of Laguna Bay.

This three-hour tour is an intimate experience with maximum 21 people on the12-metre long Cougar Cat the Audrey Lorna.

Sightings are daily between May and November and the tour takes in the Noosa National Park on its way to the whale migration routes in Laguna Bay.

Ticket prices are $100 and $80 per child and can be booked at reception. The package includes complementary mini-bus pick-up and drop-off at the resort.