Spotted: Great value whale watching deals at Mantra Hervey Bay

You don’t have to splash out a fortune to see the whales at play in Hervey Bay this year. 

Mantra Hervey Bay, the only absolute marina front property situated near cruise departure points, has released a range of great value accommodation deals for visitors migrating to the Queensland coastal haven for this year’s whale watching season.

Renowned as the whale watching capital of Australia, Hervey Bay transforms into a heartland of humpback activity from now until October as thousands of giant humpback whales take time out from their annual migration in the calm waters of Hervey Bay.

Hotel Rooms at Mantra Hervey Bay start from $117* per night for two people (Sunday – Thursday. Minimum two night stay – total cost $234*). Or, bring the family and stay in a spacious Two Bedroom Dual Key Apartment from $217* per night for four people (Sunday – Thursday. Minimum two night stay – total cost $434*).

These offers also include a 10%* discount off whale watching tours, a bottle of wine on arrival and a whale watching gift pack.

Mantra Hervey Bay also offers an enviable variety of leisure facilities onsite, including an outdoor heated lagoon pool, children’s pool and easy access to the Urangan Marina, where fishing, diving and 4WD tours to Fraser Island are waiting.

To book, visit or call 1300 987 603.

*Conditions apply. Valid for sale until 30 September, 2020 and for travel until 11 October, 2020. Block out dates and minimum night stays apply. For full terms and conditions visit

SOURCE: Mantra


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