Dolphin wows QuickCat II crowd for 30 minutes

THE Fraser Coast is known as a place where humpback whales come to play.

But a video posted by Hervey Bay Whale Watch earlier this week shows there's a whole lot more than that.

QuickCat II's crew usually takes visitors out to the Sandy Strait to see the Fraser Coast's famous humpback whales, though sightseers usually witness a plethora of other wildlife on such trips, including dugongs, turtles and dolphins.

Hervey Bay Whale Watch posted a 43-second video of a dolphin wowing crowds as it kept up with the vessel.

Posted yesterday, the caption says the dolphin spent more than 30 minutes riding on the vessel's bow. 

Have you had any memorable encounters with Fraser Coast wildlife? Tell us in the comments below.



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