whale watching redcliffe

Whale Watching From Redcliffe Wheelchair Friendly

Being a public event I invite you all to join us on our second wheelchair thill-seeking event for the year. We will be onboard the Eye-Spy for a relaxing whale watching cruise. Departing from the Redcliffe Jetty at 9:30 am on the 19th Aug 2011. Returning at 3:00 pm the same day. It is wheelchair friendly. Feel free to book your own tickets and join us.

Adults $135.00pp
$165.00pp $165.00pp
$185.00pp
Direct from Redcliffe
Ex Brisbane Hotel/CBD Transfer
Ex Sunshine CoastTransfer
Ex Gold CoastTransfer
Seniors* $125.00pp
$155.00pp $155.00pp
$175.00pp
Direct from Redcliffe
Ex Brisbane Hotel/CBD Transfer
Ex Sunshine CoastTransfer
Ex Gold CoastTransfer
Students $125.00pp
$155.00pp
$155.00pp
$175.00pp
Direct from Redcliffe
Ex Brisbane Hotel/CBD Transfer
Ex Sunshine CoastTransfer
Ex Gold CoastTransfer
Children* $95.00pp
$125.00pp $125.00pp
  $145.00pp
Direct from Redcliffe
Ex Brisbane Hotel/CBD Transfer
Ex Sunshine CoastTransfer
Ex Gold Coast Transfer
Family Pass $365.00pp
$455.00pp
  $455.00pp $515.00pp
(2A + 2C) Direct from Redcliffe
(2A + 2C) Ex Brisbane Hotel / CBD Transfer
(2A + 2C) Ex Sunshine Coast Transfer
(2A + 2C) Ex Gold Coast Transfer

*Children Price for ages 4-14yrs inclusive. (Infants 0 – 3 are welcome on board and are free of charge however they are not catered for.)

*Above prices are valid for Season 2009 June-November and subject to change without notice.

whale watching redcliffe

Whale watching onboard the Eye Spy Redcliffe

What are the tour times?

Tours operate daily* departing from Redcliffe Jetty with guests invited to board at 9.30am for a 10.00am departure, and returning between 2.30pm and 3.00pm. Hotel transfers from Brisbane, Gold Coast and Sunshine Coasts available should you require. *Weather permitting

How do I book a tour?

1. To make an immediate on-line booking using your credit card for payment, Book Now
2. Telephone bookings:
3. Email: info@brisbanewhalewatching.com.au
4. Fax: +61 (0)7 3880 1122

Do I need to book in advance?

Yes. There is a high demand for Brisbane Whale Watching Tours so we strongly recommend you book well in advance to avoid disappointment.

Am I guaranteed to see a whale?

Yes – we offer a complimentary cruise for you on the next available departure if you don’t sight any whales on your day of travel.

What will I see?

Each year from June through until early November, the mighty Southern humpback whales grace us with their beauty as they migrate through the crystal clear waters of South East Queensland. Each and every Brisbane Whale Watching’s tour is a unique experience and sightings vary from day to day. Whilst the humpback whales are the stars of the show, a typical tour may encounter pods of dolphins leaping and playing alongside our magnificent vessel as well as an array of other marine life.

What happens if the weather or sea conditions are not suitable?

Brisbane Whale Watching’s tours are always subject to sea conditions. Our team constantly monitors weather and respond professionally to any changes. Guest comfort and safety is always our priority. Should a cruise be cancelled due to tide and / or weather conditions, a seat on the next available cruise will be offered or a full refund will be given.

If my tour is cancelled, will I be transferred to the next one?

Yes, should a cruise be cancelled due to tide and / or weather conditions, a seat on the next available cruise will be offered or a full refund will be given.

How long is the tour?

The tour boards at 9.30am and returns to shore between 2.30pm and 3.00pm.

What should I wear on my Brisbane Whale Watch tour?

Dress warmly and wear flat shoes. If you wish to spend time on the outside decks of our vessel, you may like to wear a light waterproof wind-jacket.

What if I get seasick?

MV Eye-Spy has been purpose built to specifications to ensure maximum comfort for whale watching. However, should you if you are susceptible to motion or seasickness, natural active motion-sickness tablets are available on board.

Can I buy film on board MV Eye-Spy?

Yes – a licensed bar and souvenir counter is available on board, selling a range of goods such as film, confectionery, beverages and Brisbane Whale Watching merchandise.

Is there parking available?

Yes – there is an all day free car park located opposite the Redcliffe Police Station, just 100 metres north of the Redcliffe Jetty which is our departure point.

Wheelchair friendly?

Yes – please contact our friendly booking operators regarding tides.

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Quadriplegic Founder and Admin of the Mad Spaz Club. Spinal Cord Injury Keynote Speaker and WRD Ambassador. I like meeting wheelchair users and sitting in the sun at the beach.

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2 thoughts on “Whale Watching From Redcliffe Wheelchair Friendly

  1. Deb

    Hey Guys! This sounds like a great trip…would love to book it with ya’ll.

    I just wanted to point out that not all whale watching tour companies are this customer-oriented. Take advantage of it, if you can. Here in the U.S., San Diego in particular, there are some great whale watching opportunities. However, the amenities offered on this cruise are far, far nicer than ours. On my last whale watching adventure…there were no whales, a ship full of sea-sick folks (including the crew), no refunds or free tickets for the next cruise…

    Get out there, and have fun!

  2. Graham Post author

    It is set to be an awesome day Deb. Tides are right, weather forecast looks great. They tell me they have been seeing whales on a daily basis. Would be a trip worthy of the expense from San Diego.

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