With the arrival of whale watching season, more than 18,000 whales are expected to make their way up the New South Wales coast.
Ramada Shoal Bay has teamed up with Port Stephens cruise company Moonshadow – TQC Cruises, to give its guests a unique experience to explore the best of the marine park with a whale watching tour.
“Whale watching season in Port Stephens is one of the most popular times of year for the town and Ramada Shoal Bay puts guests in an ideal position to experience it all,” said resort manager Nathan Hunt.
“Not only are we offering guests the chance to get up close to these incredible mammals on a Moonshadow – TQC cruise past the headlands, but we also put guests within walking distance to see the whales from nearby beaches and atop Tomaree Headland, just a short stroll up the road.” Mr Hunt said.
Humpbacks and Southern right whales can be spotted at many vantage points across Port Stephens during whale watching season and Moonshadow – TQC Cruises is the popular options for visitors.
Marketing Manager of Moonshadow – TQC Cruises Elyss Larkham said more than 13,000 passengers had the chance to spot whales aboard Moonshadow – TQC during whale watching season every year, making it one of the most popular attractions the town has to offer.
“Our whale watching cruises depart daily from mid-May to early November cruising from Nelson Bay Marina past Ramada Resort Shoal Bay, then out through the Tomaree Headlands. Port Stephens is one of the best locations to spot whales on the East Coast of Australia, as they come in closer to our coastline more often than most other places along the New South Wales coast,” Mrs Larkham said.
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