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Sydney Whale-Watching Cruise Including Lunch or Breakfast

  • See Sydney sights away from the crowds, on-board a whale-watching ship
  • Whale sightings are guaranteed (or another cruise is arranged for free)
  • Enjoy a fresh cooked breakfast or lunch on the water
Sydney Whale-Watching Cruise Including Lunch or Breakfast
From US$69.81
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Sydney Whale-Watching Cruise Including Lunch. Departs every Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 12:15pm
Breakfast with the Whales
Sydney Whale-Watching Cruise Including Breakfast. Departs every Saturday and Sunday at 8am

See Sydney’s sights by sea on a 4-hour whale-watching cruise. Avoid long lines at major attractions, enjoy great Sydney Harbour views, and spot whales and dolphins with informative commentary. This cruise is good for people who want to spend some time on the water and see native marine life in the wild, and experience the city’s landmarks away from the crowds.

What to Expect

Choose from a morning or afternoon departure and meet your ship at King Street Wharf. Board the vessel and enjoy a fresh breakfast or lunch buffet (Tea and coffee are included and alcoholic beverages can be purchased).

Sail through Sydney Harbour and snap photos of the Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge.

Next, your boat cruises north past Manly Beach and Watsons Bay, as you enter the open waters of the Pacific Ocean where the whale watching begins.

Thousands of humpback and southern right whales pass through this stretch of Australian coast every year, so whale sightings are guaranteed. In the occurrence that you don’t see one, you can book another cruise free of charge.

It is common to see dolphins and other marine life on the cruise and your captain provides expert commentary on the wildlife you encounter

The cruise ends back at the original departure point.
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1 - 5 of 59 reviews

Reviewed 5 days ago
Top quality guides make all the difference!

We took a half-day whale watching trip with Oz during a recent trip to Sydney. We were lucky enough to see 3 whales, one in the harbor and two further out in the ocean. Our guide was passionate about his subject and extremely knowledgeable. We...More

Thank timminn49
Reviewed 6 days ago
4 hour lunch whale watching cruise.

Today we went on this whale cruise with oz whale watching. One word AWESOME!! Very informative the crew were great as was the food, the advice that was given from the time of booking right up to pulling back in at the wharf was very...More

Thank Aprile W
Reviewed 1 week ago
Whale knowledge and passion

Our tour host Biggles was a real Aussie character with a passion, knowledge and love of Whales that was second to none. His information, joy and stories about whales made the trip. We were very lucky that the crew pursued a tip that Southern Right...More

Thank Jackie B
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Great experience!

Absolutely recommended! A very stable boat with a great crew. "Biggles" entertained and educated us while the two Tims made the cruise fun. Compliments to the skipper Sean who went out of his way to keep us (legally) close to a pair of Southern Rights...More

Thank Dave R
Reviewed 1 week ago
Best whale watching trip ever

We have been on two other trips (1 Sydney & 1 x Sunshine Coast) but this was the best ever to see whales up close such as breaching, tails up high in water etc. We learnt a lot about the whales as the commentary was...More

Thank Saandra701
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Khanh P
23 July 2018|
Response from Dealand | Reviewed this property |
We were supposed to leave at 8:30 am in the morning, the cruise was around 20min late
Celine P
4 May 2018|
Response from Tim M |
we caught the ferry from Circular Quay to Barangaroo and it was a short stroll along to Wharf 9