It’s Still Whale Season in Hervey Bay!
The weather in Hervey Bay might be starting to warm up again, but that doesn’t mean there’s any shortage of whales! In fact, September is the peak month for the southward migration of humpback whales. And as an added bonus, you may even be lucky enough to spot a mother and calf as they head back down to their Antarctic feeding grounds.
School Holiday Whale Tours
Hervey Bay is one of the best whale watching destinations in Australia, and each year we are excited to welcome these majestic mammals on their annual migration. With school holidays just around the corner, there’s no better time to book a whale tour for the whole family. It is a fantastic, fun-filled day out on the water and you are almost guaranteed to see whales when you head out on a whale cruise. Most whale tours even offer a money back guarantee! Just make sure you get in quick. With interstate holidays mostly off the cards this year, tours are filling up quick!
Our free whale watching tour booking service makes it easy for you to see whales in Hervey Bay. We can talk you through the different options, and find the best whale tour for you. Whether you’re travelling solo, or in a group, we can match the whale tour to the age range and size of your party.
Whale Watching in Winter
Can’t make it this season? There’s always next year! Whale watching season runs from July to the end of October, so there’s plenty of flexibility. State borders may even be open by then and we can welcome back our interstate guests! And don’t worry about being cold in a caravan park in winter. Unless you are staying in one of our unpowered sites, there are plenty of options to keep warm. All of our cabins (studio, deluxe and superior) come with split system air conditioning and warm bedding. Our on-site vans, glamping tent and powered sites all have the option to plug in a small heater to keep warm. Many of our guests report having a much better sleep in winter and enjoy the cool, crisp air and quiet atmosphere of the park.