Gold Coast Whale Watching Pty Ltd is a family owned and operated business. It is the first and original whale watch tour to depart from the heart of Surfers Paradise. They are specialists in Whale Watching and believe that they have the most experienced and knowledgeable crew on the Gold Coast, some with five years experience.
They are dedicated to providing the best venue for this beautiful encounter and believe their purpose built catamaran “Mahi Mahi” offers the perfect vantage point. With her large design they limit passengers to a maximum of 44 enabling you to have a guaranteed, non-crowded and intimate experience. This vessel also features 360 degree viewing on 3 large decks. With guaranteed rail positions and unobstructed views you are sure to get those perfect photos.
If you’re driving to Surfers Paradise, the M1 Pacific Motorway provides easy north / south access.
From Sydney, you take the the M1 Pacific Motorway north, automatically connecting with the Gold Coast highway at Tugun which leads directly to Surfers Paradise.
From Brisbane, you take the the M1 Pacific Motorway south, towards the Gold Coast and exit at the Smith Street Exit 66 and follow the signs to the Gold Coast highway to Surfers Paradise.
Car parking in Surfers Paradise is easy with over 4,000 undercover parking station spaces, plus on street parking.
All major private and public bus companies operate in and out of Surfers Paradise.
Surfside Buslines provide daily scheduled services between major Gold Coast suburbs and Surfers Paradise for nominal fares. The Surfers Paradise bus stops are located at the popular Infinity, Spacewalker and Wyndham Cruises attractions.
From Brisbane to Surfers Paradise
Estimated travel time: 1 hour, 51 minutes.
From Brisbane airport or any Brisbane city train station, catch the south-bound Gold Coast service, terminating at Robina.
Exit this service at Nerang station and take the connecting Surfside Busline bus number 22 to Surfers Paradise.
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