Fees and services—Additional daily fee for permission to conduct a commercial whale watching program for each passenger younger than 5 years within a marine park under the Marine Parks Act

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A commercial whale watching program means a business operation involving carrying people in a boat or aircraft for the purpose of watching whales. A permit is required for commercial whale watching with daily fees payable. Operating conditions set out safe distances and practices to ensure the protection of these marine mammals.

Available from
Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service
Contact information
QPWS Enquiries (Park Access) parkaccess@des.qld.gov.au
Further information
About this service