If you have yet to experience whale watching on the Gold Coast, then this is the perfect time to set your sights on this marvelous activity. Check out Sea World’s premium Whale Watching tours for a luxurious cruise towards the spectacular world of the migrating whales!
Get value for your money as you experience a luxurious vibe aboard Sea World’s advanced vessel Spirit of Migaloo and its expert Captains and Tour Guides. The environment-friendly vessel has air-conditioned interiors with large tinted windows, and four-level open viewing decks are perfect for your whale-watching pursuits. Also, guests will have a chance to learn more about the whales and marine life through its Whale Theatre.
Make this year a special one. Tell your family and friends about Sea World’s Whale Watching Packages and schedule your visit to the Gold Coast soon. For more information about the packages, you may check out http://www.seaworldwhalewatch.com.au.
Note that you can demand a full refund if your tour fails to sight a whale between June and October. On the brighter side of things, visitors availing of these tours get to save up more time for other activities because Sea World is only 20 minutes away from the whale-watching site.
Speaking of more activities on the Gold Coast, why not spend an entire week here at Bay of Palms Resort. Let our Affordable Luxury Gold Coast Accommodation deals boast a broad range of beautifully designed and fully-furnished rooms to match your fun-loving lifestyle.
With our excellent guest amenities, you can go ahead and start your days right and bright with an invigorating dip in our swimming pool or jacuzzi, chill out at the bar, access our convenient vending machines for some snacks and refreshments, host a barbecue party with your buddies, or enjoy a game or two at the games room. Also, feel free to approach our friendly tour desk staff to offer you expert travel assistance and advice on anything and everything Gold Coast.
We at Bay of Palms Resort look forward to having you over. To book your stay, simply visit http://bayofpalms.etourism.net.au. It’s fast and easy!
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