Yalingbila Tours Whale Watching
In June 2019, Minjerribah’s (North Stradbroke Island) Traditional Custodians, the Quandamooka People, launched Australia’s first Aboriginal owned and operated whale watching tours.
When the whales return in June 2020, Yalingbila Tours will once again be on the water. Yalingbila is the Quandamooka People’s Jandai (traditional language) name for whale.
Whale watching is one of the main attractions on Minjerribah. More than 28,000 migrating whales pass within 10 kilometres of the coastline from June to November every year.
Traditional Custodians guide the tours and share their knowledge and cultural connection to whales and natural environment.
Supports businesses on Minjerribah and Redlands Coast
Educate visitors about Quandamooka culture
Provide long-term jobs for Quandamooka people
Last updated: 03 Dec 2020