Watch Whales this Spring!
Watch whales, eat oysters, walk deserted beaches and explore pristine forests. We think you’ll agree, nature is big here.
Sapphire Coast was recently named Australia’s No. One for Whales by Australian Geographic.
Whale Watching Cruises – Merimbula Marina
Cruise Merimbula and the Sapphire Coast onboard a comfortable catamaran with Merimbula Marina. Whale sightings are guaranteed on all whale watching tours from Sept to Nov or you’ll receive a full refund!
Adults $69, Families $199.
FishBermi Whale Watching Tours
Grab 11 of your mates and book FishBermi, a 42 foot boat, for just $499!
Join the southern migration on Bermagui’s spectacular coastline in an exclusive 3 hour whale watching cruise.
Cat Balou Cruises, Eden
Experience nature at its best when you take a cruise aboard the multi award winning vessel, Cat Balou at Eden, voted the number 1 Whale Watching destination in Australia!
Tours range from two hours to 3.5 hours, from discovering Twofold Bay to exploring the coastal wildnerness all the way to Green Cape Light House.
Whale watching cruises begin in mid September, and continue each morning until late November.
Operating since 1987, Cat Balou is one of NSW’s most experienced whale watching operations and offered guaranteed sightings, backed by a 100% success rate of seeing whales in 2017.
Cat Balou is a 15mt catamaran with optimal viewing decks and inside seating for all passengers. All cruises depart from Snug Cove, Eden which has direct ocean access. Bookings are essential. Click here to book.
Shore based whale watching
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Whale Watching Walks
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Whale watching from Bermagui shores
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