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Whale watching in NSW

Whale watching is a great winter pastime shared by thousands of locals and visitors in NSW. Whether you spend an hour or the whole day, there is nothing more relaxing than to sit by the ocean with a picnic. If you are a little more adventurous, take a trip on a whale watch cruise. Either way make sure you have a camera and some patience to be rewarded with memories that will last a lifetime.

Wild about whales includes the following information:

  • where to look for whales and what to bring
  • vantage points in national parks
  • why whales migrate
  • whales you might see or hear
  • whale evolution
  • whale watching guidelines
  • how you can help.

Visit the Wild about whales website for current information about whale watching.

 

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Page last updated: 26 May 2016