Whale Watching season is coming up!
Autumn is the time to see these magnificent creatures off the coast of Australia.
In Autumn, as the temperature falls and ice begins to form on the sea surface, the whales begin their northward migration to more temperate, sub-tropical (in some species, tropical) waters to give birth and to mate before returning to Antarctic waters at the end of Spring.
With luck, we can get a glimpse of Migaloo, the only documented white humpack whale in the world. Migaloo regularly travels along the Australian east coast during the whale migration season. He’s so popular with whale watchers that we have been asked to stay a good distance back while we admire him.
Read more – Winter is Whale Watching Season in Australia