Immerse yourself in an area of unspoilt beauty in search of majestic Humpback and Southern right whales. Experience a unique and unforgettable tour being part of a small group aboard our vessel the “Sea Sprinter”.
Helping researchers understand the numbers and behaviour of whales at Wilsons Prom over the wintertime.
Cruise close along Wilsons Promontory’s incredible coastline travelling through remote bays and into waters where marine mammals such as dolphins and seals can be seen playing and birdlife such as cormorants, White Belly Sea Eagles and albatross can be seen found in the skies above or perched on coastal trees.
Be on the lookout for whales that populate Wilsons Promontory through the winter and spring months, these majestic animals are known to blow, breach and tail slap as travelling on their migration.
Drift in a sheltered bay where you can enjoy a delicious lunch plus afternoon tea and hot drink to keep you warm in the brisk winter weather.
This is your opportunity to be part of our first winter Wilsons Promontory whale watching season with data collected from these tours helping contribute to whale migration and behaviour research.
These will be incredible adventures, not to be missed for any whale enthusiasts!
- Cruise the picturesque Wilsons Promontory coastline
- Regular seal, dolphin, and seabird sightings
- Search for migrating whales
- Wildlife information and interpretation
- Small-group tour
- Delicious lunch and afternoon tea onboard
- Helping contribute to whale tracking and behaviour research
Due to the nature of the vessel, passengers are required to meet the following criteria:
- All Participants must be minimum 4 years of age.
- All Participants must be minimum 100cm tall.
- Passengers with back, neck, shoulder or heart conditions, those who are pregnant or who have injuries/conditions that may cause a risk to their health are advised to not do these tours, or do so at their own risk.
- Open waters and unpredictable sea conditions could cause physical injury, psychological stress or motion sickness.
- Please dress warmly, as conditions can get quite cold during the winter months.