Manly Whale Watching

Cruises, Sailing and Water Tours

Manly Whale Watching provides Sydney and Northern Beaches whale watching enthusiasts with the ultimate location to whale watch in Sydney. The Manly Whale Watching base is located only five to 15 minutes away from prime whale spotting territory, depending on the type of vessel you choose. Tours range from one to three hours on board anything from a high speed off shore adventure vessel, a luxury sailing boat, to a large capacity power cruiser, depending on your preference.

No matter the vessel type or tour length, Sydney is the ideal venue to join a whale watching tour, as over 3000 whales migrate past, and even into, Sydney Harbour every year. This allows for a very high whale spotting percentage every trip. Manly Whale Watching caters for the more adventurous soul who is looking for a powerful and personalised experience.


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Jump aboard Sydney’s smallest, most personal, and most exciting whale watching experience. Owned and skippered by a Manly local, Manly Ocean Adventures operates the only completely open adventure vessel for an unparalleled, unobstructed and up close viewing experience.

Departing directly from Manly on board Sydney’s fastest commercial vessel, Manly Ocean Adventures are able to get you to the whales quicker then ever before. Passengers under 16 must be accompanied by an adult and all passengers must be over 150 centimetres tall.

This mid-sized vessel is ideal for those who wish to depart directly to and from Manly. Its concessions and family package deals make it a great option for families and the elderly with three uninterrupted viewing decks on board.

This is the largest vessel, giving you the smoothest ride, and is highly recommended for families and the elderly. It is equipped with cushioned seating and toilets to make for a comfortable journey.

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