Embark on a Whale Watching Cruise at Wilsons Promontory, where the giants of the ocean take centre stage.

During the cooler months, these waters become a highway for migrating whales, and our tour offers a front-row seat to this natural phenomenon. Sail along the coastline, your eyes scanning the horizon for the spouts of Humpback Whales and Southern Right Whales. With their breathtaking breaches and tail slaps, these creatures provide a genuinely mesmerizing display. Keep an eye out for the elusive Blue Whale, the largest animal on Earth, and the striking Orcas, known for their black-and-white markings.

Our journey also takes us to Kanowna Island, home to one of the largest Australian Fur Seal colonies. Witness the antics of these seals as they bask on the rocky shores and frolic in the waves, their calls adding to the symphony of the sea. Watch for playful dolphins, often seen riding the waves alongside our vessel.

If time permits, we will also visit South Point, the southernmost tip of mainland Australia, and the historic Wilsons Promontory Lighthouse. Standing since 1859, this lighthouse offers a glimpse into the maritime history of the region and is an iconic fixture along the coastline.

This tour celebrates Wilsons Promontory’s marine life and natural beauty. From the grandeur of whales to the playful seals, every moment promises a tapestry of unforgettable experiences. Join us and feel the ocean's pulse, witness its inhabitants, and create memories that will last a lifetime.

Please note that tour stops and sights may vary to maximise whale-watching opportunities and ensure you get the most out of this incredible experience.




Departure Times


Every day

Ticket Prices




Child (3-16)


Family - 2 Adults, 3 Children

We reserve the right to cancel or vary any trip and will incur no liability for any such cancellation or alternation

Tour Map


Norman Beach

Norman Beach, Wilsons Promontory's closest beach to Tidal River, offers snorkeling delights with its granite sheets and diverse marine life.


Southern Right Whale

The Southern Right Whale, with its distinctive V-shaped blow and callosities on its head, migrates to these waters during the cooler months. Known for their slow, graceful movements and curious nature, they often approach boats, providing a unique and memorable encounter.


Humpback Whale

Humpback Whales, renowned for their acrobatic breaches and long pectoral fins, grace the waters of Wilsons Promontory. Their melodic songs and playful behaviour make every sighting a thrilling experience.



Orcas, are striking with their black-and-white markings and powerful presence. These apex predators are known for their intelligence and social behavior, often seen in small pods patrolling the coastline.



Playful dolphins, including the Short-Beaked Common Dolphin and Bottlenose Dolphin, are frequently spotted riding the waves alongside our vessel. Their energetic leaps and curious nature add a joyful element to the tour.


Sea Eagle Bay

A serene bay renowned for its crystal-clear waters and the majestic White-bellied Sea Eagles soaring above.


South Point

The southernmost tip of the Australian mainland, offering stunning views of rugged coastlines and expansive seas.


Kanowna Island

Kanowna Island, a marine wildlife hub, hosts a vibrant seal colony and is a key breeding site for diverse seabird species.


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