One of the best seasonal attractions visitors find absolutely unique to fantastic tourist destinations such as the Gold Coast is whale watching, so if you and your family or mates are planning to go whale watching then now is the perfect time to get out there and be amazed!
You can check out Sea World Whale Watch to avail of premium whale watching tours with expert Captains and Tour Guides aboard the world's most advanced whale watching vessel called the Spirit of Migaloo.
With roomy and fully air-conditioned interiors, large tinted windows and first-class seating, Spirit of Migaloo provides you with luxury and comfort. Plus, it is custom-designed for environment-friendly whale watching with ultra-quiet low emission engines, toilet waste holding tanks and whale-friendly keel to ensure that neither the whales nor their environment will be harmed or disrupted.
Sea World is only 20 minutes from the whales which means less time getting there and more time with the whales leaving the rest of your day free for other activities. Meanwhile, make the most out of your Gold Coast trip with your colleagues. Compliment your week-long stay by escaping to the tranquil Pelican Cove Resort.
Take pleasure in our long list of guest amenities that reflect your fun-loving lifestyle. Take an invigorating dip in any of our sparkling swimming pools, go for a reviving soak in one of our inviting heated spas, enjoy a game of tennis on the resort’s half sized courts, host laidback barbecue-themed afternoons, and stay connected 24/7. For your added convenience, we have vending machines and a secure underground parking for guests. Don’t forget to drop by the tour desk to book great deals on all the best local tours, shows, attractions, plus bars for your awesome Gold Coast Sunday session.
Pelican Cove Resort is conveniently located at Cnr Back and Burrows Streets Biggera Waters. For your Broadwater Accommodation, you may visit https://www.hisitedirect.com.au.
Meanwhile, for more details on Sea World’s Whale Watching Packages, you may visit http://www.seaworldwhalewatch.com.au.
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