$129 per Adult
$99 per Child (under 12yrs)
Join us on our Byron Bay Dolphin Tour
Venture into Byron Bay’s Marine Park to encounter species such as dolphins, turtles and birdlife. Our friendly Marine Biologist will provide an interpretive talk of the encounters we experience and identify local points of interest. Look out for the playful dolphins who often surf the waves of the hull and create unforgettable memories as you take a boat tour of their aquatic playground.
Our fun-filled Byron Bay Dolphin Tour explores the breathtaking coastline between Byron Bay & Ballina. Discover secluded beaches, Rocky cliffs, world-famous surf breaks and Cape Byron Marine Park as you navigate Australia’s most Easterly point. Imagine viewing Cape Byron Lighthouse from a whole new perspective!
Please note: We do not guarantee dolphin sightings, but chances are high when Byron Bay’s dolphin population consists of resident, semi-resident and transient individuals, 300 of which are resident throughout the year.
Our modern eco vessel provides 360° viewing for all passengers on our cruises. It’s unique hull design ensures a smooth ride in all cruising conditions, for up to 20 guests. Our purpose built, state of the art vessel allows our guests to enjoy close encounters aboard our Byron Bay Dolphin Tour and explore areas along our stunning coastline, only accessible by boat.
Byron Bay is a vibrant hub where water, nature, and a rich cultural landscape draws travellers from around the world. Whether you’re here on business, pleasure, or something in-between, you’d be remiss to forgo experiencing the region’s wildlife and natural beauty. There’s no better way to encounter the magnificence of Byron Bay than from its pristine waters. Whether you’re a local or visiting, be sure to book an unparalleled wildlife experience with Out Of The Blue Adventures.
Dolphins communicate via a combination of whistles and clicks. The clicks are a form of echolocation, important for navigation, while the whistles are believed to serve social purposes such as identification, location, and expressing emotional states.
Dolphins name themselves soon after birth. That name is kept and recognised by other dolphins throughout their lifetime. Their gestation period is about a year with pregnancy occurring every 2-4 years. Dolphins don’t start breeding until they are between 8-10 years old making population replenishment slow. Slow replenishment only intensifies the importance of research, conservation, and habitat protection.
Dolphins are social creatures who build communities and develop strong bonds. These communities tend to be sexually segregated, and pods work together to raise the young. Unlike the humpback whale, dolphins don’t migrate, rather they mark out territories and use different areas for specific purposes. While dolphin watching in Byron Bay, you’ll likely see hungry dolphins hunting near the Richmond River mouth and Lennox Head’s offshore reefs.
We are proud sponsors of Dolphin Research Australia and the Healthy Waterways—Healthy Dolphins Project! These research and conservation projects work to protect vulnerable communities impacted by human activities and habitat destruction. We also provide our vessel for surveys and participate in the Dolphin Watcher’s Program that monitors dolphins in the region. We’re committed to eco-friendly tourism that is careful not to disrupt animals’ natural behaviours, environment, or migration patterns.
Out Of The Blue Adventures is the exclusive ocean adventure experience company operating between Ballina and Byron Bay. Our purpose-built eco-vessel seats 20 guests and has a 360° view for unparalleled whale, dolphin and sightseeing experiences. Our featured on board hydrophone works underwater, so you’ll be able to hear beautiful whale songs while we explore. We’ll supply all needed equipment and safety apparatuses for Byron Bay dolphin cruises, just bring your excitement and curiosity. Homemade snacks and bottled water are provided during your journey.
Meet at our Lennox Head or Byron Bay pickup points for a free transfer to our boarding zone on Fawcett St in Ballina or simply meet us down there. Your adventure is crewed by our experienced skipper and our qualified marine biologist.
Your Byron Bay dolphin watching tour cruises along breath-taking beaches, cliffs, and headlands. Much of the cliff line is ancient volcanic rock, while the crystal-clear beaches host exceptional surf conditions. Even the dolphins can’t get enough of the perfect waves and are often seen gliding atop the breaks right along with the surfers.
Along your journey, you’ll learn region and wildlife-specific information as turtles, dolphins, and other marine life play around our vessel in the Byron Bay marine park. This premier dolphin cruise experience is available from December until June, so call today to turn your summer holiday into an unforgettable interactive adventure.