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There’s a good reason that southern whales migrate to Australia each year – our pristine warm waters and abundance of sea life offer the ideal safe breeding, calving, feeding and resting habitat for these amazing sea mammals! Each year between May and September, a variety of whale species leave the Antarctic and head off on the 16,000 km journey towards Australia’s warmer waters. While here, the whales are easily sighted from a number of locations along the east and west coastlines.

While the Humpback Whale is generally the most popular and commonly spotted, Southern Right, Blue and Sperm Whales are also regularly seen. There are many more species that are supported by Australian waters though – too many to list here, in fact! Regardless of the species, all migrate to the Aussie coast for the same reason – to feed, breed and give birth. As a result, you’re extremely likely to see mother whales with their calves during the second half of the migration period. There’s no better time to see them than with their calves because this is also when they are the most active, teaching their young to swim, feed, tail slap, breach the surface and perform other underwater skills and acrobatics. The calves are simply adorable too and seeing them really gives you a sense of how amazingly intelligent and family orientated these mammals are!

With millions of local and international people each year hoping to see the whales in their natural habitat, the whale watching industry is booming. Thanks to strict regulations and the adoption of eco-friendly whale spotting tours, the whale population is growing yearly, so there’s no better time to partake in a whale watching tour!

 

Tasman Island Cruises

Tasman Island Cruises provides unforgettable three hour wilderness cruises along the spectacular coastline between Port Arthur and Eaglehawk Neck in southern Tasmania. The cruise travels beneath the highest vertical sea cliffs in the Southern Hemisphere and guests explore waterfalls, rock formations, archways and deep-sea caves. The coastline is part of the Tasman National Park and it is home to a variety of wildlife including hundreds of... more

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Tasman Venture - Fraser Island & Whale Watching Tours

If you are here to see Fraser Island or the whales then choose Tasman Venture- Fraser Island & Whale Watching Tours to make sure you will have an experience and create memories to last a lifetime. Since you are in the area why not see both. We have tours which combine Fraser Island and whale watching. Our boat is built especially for viewing. We have 6 viewing decks, a viewing platform, underwater viewing windows and technology to hear th... more

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Western Travel Bug

Wave Rock

Western Travel Bug, a leading Perth tour operator, conduct day tours and extended tours to all the wonderful areas of Western Australia. Places we visit include Fremantle, Wave Rock, Margaret River, Albany Esperance, and to the north of Perth, Swan Valley, Pinnacles, Kalbarri and Monkey Mia and everywhere in between. Western Travel Bug offers tours from 1 day to 6 days in duration, departing from Perth. Our goal is to ensure you have a uni... more

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Whales in Paradise

See the magnificent Humpback Whale breach. Hear their great tails slap the water. Feel their waves rock the boat. Marvel at their playfulness. After a brief (& often entertaining) safety induction, we commence our whale watch tour with a scenic canal cruise down the Nerang River. Gaze at the amazing architecture as our knowledgeable crew point out the spectacular homes of the rich and famous. Your cruise continues past beautiful South St... more

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Wildlife Coast Cruises

Seal Watching Cruises: Depart Daily at 2pm Take a 2 hour scenic cruise along Phillip Islands beautiful coastline to Seal Rocks, this is home to an amazing wild seal colony of up to 5000+ seals, here you will be enchanted as you drift within only metres from thousands of Australian Fur Seals, with many of them approching the boat with curiosity. Wilsons Promontory Full Day Cruise: On a proms cruise, you willexoperience the rugged beauty, a... more

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