Musteba Aplak said...
We as a family, REALLY enjoyed the Jervis Bay Huskisson Whale/Dolphin watch (even though this isn't the specific title).
However, needless to say, I was personally a bit disappointed not being able to see the dolphins (I can't blame the captain of the boat, it was very windy hence the high probability of not being able to see the dolphins, in which case we didn't).
I find the tours of such places to be very expensive (I paid $176 for a family of 5, inclusive of my 1.5 year old daughter, 2-hour boat ride).
It seems like the "domestic" Australian tourism sector (which I always try to support financially) is unfortunately more and more focusing its aim at "international" tourists, who are mostly very high middle class and millionaire individuals from their respective countries. (I have visited Tasmania previously and found it overtly expensive, and had to give up on visiting Uluru and Alice Springs due to the massive costs involved).
I hope such a feedback is taken very seriously and action taken to reduce the rate of places/visits/restaurants so that middle class Australians like myself can enjoy morw frequent quality family experiences without the hassle and stress of focusing on the dramatic reduction of my savings.