From Maryborough, follow the Maryborough - Hervey Bay Road, turning right at the River Heads (Booral Road) round-about. Stay on this road until you reach the ocean! Turn right and Santalina on Hervey Bay is just 300m on your right.
Things to Do in Hervey Bay
There’s a lot more than just the whales!
Many people thing of us as just a place to go whale watching but there are plenty of things to do in Hervey Bay that will keep you occupied for days.
Yes there are lots of whales
From July to the end of October is whale watching season and while many other places offer whale watching tours no one can deliver the same experience as we do.
There are over 11,000 whales that visit the waters of Hervey Bay every year and these whales aren’t just passing through. This is where they rest up before they start their annual migration back to the colder waters of Antarctica.
So you get to see the whales when they have time to play … and you will see lots of whales and they will want to see you.
There are a range of whale watching tours available and we can book you onto the tour that best suits your requirements with pick up and return right at our front door.
There’s lots for adrenalin junkies to do here
If your list of things to do in Hervey Bay include at least one adrenalin rush then think about sky diving with experienced instructors over the Great Sandy Straight and coming in for a soft touch-down on the beach here in Hervey Bay.
It’s not for the faint-hearted but if 90 year old grandmothers can do it then what’s holding you back?
Jet Ski Tours
Something else on the list of things to do in Hervey Bay that will fire up your adrenalin glands is a jet ski tour to Fraser Island. You don’t need a licence as long as you’re with a guided tour and you’ll see parts of Fraser Island that others miss.
Another world awaits you across the bay
And if you would rather take a more relaxed tour of Fraser Island we can book you on a variety of tours that will show you the beauty of that magnificent sand island.
It’s the biggest sand island in the world and it features trees that are centuries old and creeks that so crystal clear you can be fooled into thinking that there’s no water in them at all.
But wait … there’s more …
… a lot more things to do in Hervey Bay. There are sailing tours, fishing charters, a water ski park, safe beaches for swimming, cafes and restaurants that feature some of the best food you will ever taste.
There’s kite surfing, snorkeling, stand up paddle boards and sunrises and sunsets that will take your breath away and still more.
So what are you waiting for? With so many things to do in Hervey Bay you should plan to spend more than just a few nights here.