Sydney Harbour Whale Watching Sightseeing Tour via Helicopter and Sailing Yacht

Cruises, Sailing & Water Tours in Australia

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Enjoy a stunning day out in Sydney cruising the harbor on a luxury yacht and charter helicopter as you discover the eastern seaboard of Australia and witness the Australian Southern Right and Humpback whales migratory journey first hand. This is a whale watching experience like no other, an absolute once in a lifetime experience sure to leave you speechless! To ensure the best engagement with this extraordinary giants, you will travel from both above and sea level, providing you with the best views possible.
Start your day of whale watching at Sydney Airport boarding your private helicopter charter. Take a 45 minute helicopter charter flying low over Botany Bay, the Eastern Suburbs Beaches, Cape Banks and out towards Palm Beach and Broken Bay spotting whales from above.Take this flight between late May - July and September - November and you’re almost sure to see humpback whales on their annual migration. With any luck you’ll spot the coastal extraordinary giants from above – a completely unique perspective you’re sure to remember forever.Next travel to the city to board your private sailing yacht charter - indulge in a unique combination of whale spotting and sailing amongst Sydney’s marine life both within the Harbour and outside the Sydney Heads with some of the best sailors in Sydney.A gourmet seafood platter will be served on board as you lunch as you spend time whale spotting, relaxinga nd enjoying all the gorgeous sydney Harbour views.

What’s included

  • 45-minute helicopter flight
  • 4-hour private sailing yacht charter
  • Private Transfers from Sydney accomodation to Airport, to yacht charter and return to hotel
  • Lunch onboard your private yacht charter
  • Refreshments and snacks

What’s not included

  • Gratuities

Highlights

  • Once-in-a-Lifetime Experience
  • Enjoy fantastic aerial views
  • See native wildlife in their natural environment
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