Welcome to Blue Bay Whale Watching, Byron Bay’s most popular whale watching tours. Our custom-built eco-vessel is the ONLY dry and comfortable whale watching boat in the Cape Byron Marine Park. We are so confident in the quality of our trips and the experience of our crew and whale spotter that we are happy to give you a full money back guarantee if you don’t see a whale. Come and enjoy an intimate encounter with majestic Humpback Whales from the comfort of our 8.5m catamaran “Bay Warrior” without getting wet.
Our whale watching tours depart daily from our private jetty in the Brunswick Heads Boat Harbour, the perfect gateway to the Cape Byron Marine Park. “Bay Warrior” was purposely built for comfort and stability. It has a large cabin with big glass windows for equally great viewing from inside. Our spacious and stable back deck is completely sheltered from the sun and the rain. During the trip, you can move up onto our elevated front deck and enjoy 360 degree views of whales and scenery. “Bay Warrior” is the ONLY whale watching vessel in the Cape Byron Marine Park with a cabin, shelter from the weather and a toilet.
Small group sizes of no more than 8 passengers per trip keep our operation Covid19 safe and allow our friendly professional crew to give you the personalized service you’d expect from the charter operator of your choice.
Call us on 1800 858 155 and book your whale watching adventure now!
From mid June to early November our whale watching trips depart daily (if weather and sea conditions are suitable) from the Brunswick Heads Boat Harbour in the heart of the Cape Byron Marine Park. Our daily departure times are: 8:00am 11:00am (weather p...Read More
“Bay Warrior” is the only whale watching boat in the Byron Bay area that offers the comfort of a full size cabin and toilet as well as on open deck. It is surveyed to take a maximum of 12 passengers plus 2 crew. However, to allow for social distancing on board...Read More
The quality of your whale watching experience will greatly depend upon your choice of operator, what kind of boat you choose and how experienced the crew is. Here are some important tips on what to look out for and which questions to ask when choosing a whale ...Read More