Cruise the Great Sandy Straits, a water wonderland of wildlife! The Great Sandy Straits is a special place, nestled between the largest sand island in the world – K’gari (meaning paradise in the local Butchulla language) – and the Fraser Coast on the Australian mainland.
Join us on a leisurely two-hour cruise to discover why this area of the world is considered a marine playground for an array of wildlife, including endangered and threatened species. Spot marine animals and birds, along with wildlife along the shorelines.
Learn about sea and land animals, birds, the marine and coastal habitats, conservation approaches and Pacific Whale Foundation Australia research programs. Pacific Whale Foundation Australia has been operating research, conservation and education outreach program in Hervey Bay since 1984.
This lovely, two-hour cruise on the crystal clear waters of the Great Sandy Straits offers a safe, relaxed experience – and a great opportunity for some fantastic wildlife photos!