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[NSW] $39 Sydney Harbour Whale Watching Cruise w/BBQ Lunch @ Travelzoo

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Hi OzBargainers,

We have posted a deal on Travelzoo for whale watching. Pay $39 per person and save up 59% off the cost of your ticket including a BBQ lunch. Cruises with breakfast are also available from $45 each.

What's Included
- $39 for a four-hour whale watching cruise with BBQ lunch, Tuesday to Friday
- $45 for a four-hour whale watching cruise with hot breakfast buffet or BBQ lunch, Saturday and Sunday
- On board commentary from an experienced crew
- Tea and coffee
- Weekend breakfast cruises operate 8:15am-12:15pm BBQ lunch cruises operate 12:30pm-4:30pm
- Valid from 16 May to 10 November 2019, must book by 21 October

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  • Wish I was in Sydney, looks like a bargain to me.

    • +4

      Just go to any maccas.

      • *shots fired*

  • +1

    Hey whats price for children?

    • +3

      Not sure if its legal to still sell them in Australia…

  • Anyone know from experience how calm the waters are?

    • Normally pretty calm until they get out past the heads then can get a choppy but unless you get very sea sick you should be fine.

      • Cool. Thanks

    • I tried to do one of these around this time last year (don't know if it was the same company or not) we trekked in the city 3 times and it was called off/rescheduled each time due to bad water conditions so wound up just forgetting about it.

    • It really depends on the day, you can check the swell forecast here https://swell.willyweather.com.au/nsw/sydney/north-head.html

      Today/tomorrow for example is flat as a tack, next Thurs/Fri you would not want to be offshore and they would surely cancel. You want the seas to be less than about 1.5m to be comfortable.

      Dont know anything about this tour but it's a great deal for the price.

  • Went out on Sunday and the sea was very calm. Managed to find Two Whales. Great experience.

  • Hi! There is no option for the children’s price