How does a whale sound like? Find out when you hop aboard the popular Spirit of Migaloo! Book your whale-watching session with Sea World Whale Watch Gold Coast Australia to have a quality encounter with these magnificent creatures of the sea!
Lots of holiday goers make Sea World their top choice since its departure point is just 20 minutes away from the whales’ location. Additionally, the Spirit of Migaloo employs only the best captains, tour guides, and whale-watching experts. Find your spot at any of the vessel’s four-level open viewing decks or air-conditioned interiors that provide you with comfortable seats.
Since Sea World advocates for the preservation of marine life, the vessel itself is custom built with environment safety in mind. Guests can learn more about the whales – their location, how they sound, etc. – through the vessel’s very own Whale Theatre, which combines real-time tour map technology and 3D animation. To capture the whales singing underwater, an underwater microphone will be deployed.
Visit http://www.seaworldwhalewatch.com.au to learn more about the packages. Note that you can demand a full refund if your tour fails to sight a whale between the months of June and October. Also, by just adding $11, you get a one-day pass to Sea World. What a sweet treat!
Partner your Gold Coast adventures with a relaxing, hassle-free stay at Broadwater Shores. With our Northern Gold Coast Accommodation, you can relax at our saunas, work out a sweat with a game of tennis at our court, cook your meals at our outdoor BBQ area, a free and secure parking space for your vehicle, among other amenities to suit your discerning lifestyle. Also, you may freely consult our friendly tour desk staff for awesome travel advice and must-see tourist destinations that enable you to experience vibrant days and nights outdoors. You may also check out Gold Coast cocktail parties for splendid evenings with your favourite travel buddies.
Reserve your preferred accommodation deal today by visiting http://broadwatershores.etourism.net.au. Booking has never been this fast and easy!
Image Source : Sea World Whale Watch