Humpback Whales

Hundreds of Humpback whales pass by per day ​​towards the end of June and the beginning of July as they begin their migration between their summer feeding grounds in ​the southern waters to their winter breeding grounds up north, a round trip of 10 000km.

T​hey return from October to November with their young, teaching them along the way how to breach.

​To our delight we were able to hear them, see them with their antics of tail slapping, head slapping and their breaching as they leap out of the water​, this is quite a sight to see and an experience never to be forgotten.

​We witnessed them aboard a whale watching excursion.​

All whale species in Australia are protected under national environment laws

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