Specialising in whale and dolphin watching, Whalesong Cruises provide so much more with ‘A Taste of Fraser Island’ on their Fraser Island Beach and Barbecue cruise. As they cruise across to a remote West Coast beach on K'gari (Fraser Island), the team are looking for dolphins, turtles, dugongs and seabirds as you enjoy a delicious morning tea of fresh fruit and a variety of cakes. Anchor is dropped and guests have the opportunity to swim, kayak, fish, walk, play, take tube rides and explore a remote West Coast Fraser Island Beach and/or Pelican Bank (specific destination determined by weather and tide).
Small passenger numbers on this beautifully designed vessel provide ultimate viewing and seating space for all. Maximum of 40 passengers (although vessel is surveyed for 100, so plenty of room).
The freshest local produce is used with all catering, and they ensure high environmentally friendly practices are maintained.
Whalesong is also a unique venue for Weddings, Parties, Christmas or Corporate Functions. They can design a fabulous cruise specific for your family or groups needs.
Enjoy a delicious morning tea of fresh fruit and cakes, on board Whalesong as we cruise across to the remote West Coast of Fraser Island. We look for turtles, dugongs and dolphins along the way. After dropping anchor we have two hours to swim, kayak, fish, play, take inflatable tube rides and explore the beach and/or Pelican Banks. Specific destination determined by weather and tide. Once back on board, you'll tuck into a freshly prepared Aussie BBQ, featuring local Hervey Bay King prawns, as we slowly cruise back to the marina and enjoy a commentary about the local flora, fauna and history. This 1/2 day cruise is for you to enjoy on your terms.
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