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Whalesong Cruises

Travel at Queensland 4655

Whalesong Cruises

17 Buccaneer Dr, Urangan
Hervey Bay Queensland 4655


Business Description

You can read about the Whalesong Cruises team and what makes each and every one of us tick. We all come from different backgrounds and have ended up here. Our passion for the outdoors, nature and wildlife are the things we have most in common.

You can also explore the boat by using our virtual tour. There are multiple levels and plenty of indoor as well as outdoor and covered space on the boat.

Ecotourism is something we're very passionate about at Whalesong Cruises. We are striving to achieve carbon neutrality as much as possible. We'll get there but it's a long journey. Our ecotourism section will show you what we're doing.

Hervey Bay and Fraser Island (in general) are home to stunning scenery and a wide range of activities. Whether you're a family with young (or older) kids, a couple or travelling solo, there's plenty to do in our stunning region.

Business Hours

Monday7:00 am - 5:00 pm
Tuesday7:00 am - 5:00 pm
Wednesday7:00 am - 5:00 pm
Thursday7:00 am - 5:00 pm
Friday7:00 am - 5:00 pm
Saturday7:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sunday7:00 am - 2:00 pm

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About Hervey Bay

Hervey Bay () is a city on the coast of the Fraser Coast Region of Queensland, Australia. The city is situated approximately 290 kilometres (180 mi) or 3½ hours' highway drive north of the state capital, Brisbane. It is located on the bay of the same name open to the Coral Sea between the Queensland mainland and nearby K'gari (also known as Fraser Island). The local economy relies on tourism which is based primarily around whale watching in Platypus Bay to the north, ferry access to K'gari, accessible recreational fishing and boating and the natural north facing, calm beaches with wide undeveloped foreshore zones. In October 2019, Hervey Bay was named the First Whale Heritage Site in the world by the World Cetacean Alliance, for its commitment to and practices of sustainable whale and dolphin watching. A 2010 study by Deakin University showed that people on the Fraser Coast area including Hervey Bay, were the happiest in Australia. At June 2018, there were an estimated 54,674 people in Hervey Bay, having grown by an annual average of 1.31% year-on-year over the preceding five years.The area that became Hervey Bay is on the traditional lands of the Butchulla people. The city takes its name from Hervey Bay, named by James Cook in 1770 in honour of Augustus Hervey, 3rd Earl of Bristol. Several small townships developed along the bayside, the earliest being Pialba in 1863. From 1863 to 1906, the Wide Bay region became a central part of the Pacific Slave trade, with more than 12 thousand South Sea Islanders brought to the cotton and sugarcane plantations in Maryborough and Hervey Bay.

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