How’s your whale call? Get practicing! It could win you a whale watching experience at Tangalooma Island Resort.
Moreton Bay’s ‘Humpback Highway’ is open for traffic, and this is your chance to get up close to these gentle giants of the sea.
Thanks to our friends at Tangalooma Island Resort, you’ll be sailing in style aboard Tangalooma’s dedicated 40 metre boat, with generous viewing platforms, oversized windows and no overcrowding. This gives guests the best whale watching experience in Brisbane!
Tangalooma has one of the longest continual whale watching seasons in Australia and is only a 75 minute ferry ride from Brisbane.
Want more? Stay late or overnight to hand feed wild dolphins at sunset and experience Tangalooma’s other offerings – including snorkelling the wrecks, ATV quad bike tours, sand tobogganing, and much more.
All you need to do is register your details in the form below, and have your phone handy between 6 and 9am, Monday September 13 to Friday September 17.
Ken and Nicky will be calling back lucky entrants on the whale call shortlist, but to win you’ll need to answer with your best whale call. If you need some inspiration check out the whale songs recorded by The Oceania Project at the bottom of the page.
Since 1987, Tangalooma Island Resort has offered Brisbane’s closest Whale Watching day cruise, plus the opportunity to enjoy ‘island life’ for the day, and night if you stay longer.
The Tangalooma Whale Watching Cruise departs directly from Brisbane until October 10 2021. Book your tickets here.