An astonishing 40 thousand whales pass by Sydney on their annual migration – and the best chance of spotting them is from a boat!
Whale Watching Sydney, operating out of Circular Quay, Darling Harbour and Palm Beach, has the fastest fleet in Sydney Harbour, taking you out beyond the harbour and the heads, and into prime whale spotting waters in less than twenty minutes!
Whale Watching Sydney has a ninety-nine percent strike rate at spotting whales, and, on the unlikely chance that you don’t see any whales, they’ll provide you with an additional ticket, giving you a second chance to see these awesome creatures – in the wild!
From whale tail’s to Whalebridge, and some of the best harbourside tables in the city. A French-style bistro located in Circular Quay, Whalebridge has a seafood heavy menu with fresh oysters, lobsters and one of their most popular dishes – the melt-in-your-mouth Yellowfin Tuna Crudo.
Whale-watching with Whale Watching Sydney, then dining at Whalebridge… this really is harbourside heaven!
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