It’s whale watching season!


Not a year goes by on the coasts of Australia without one of nature’s greatest shows taking centre stage.

The whale migration in Australia begins late May and runs through till the month of November, with June to November tagged as the whale watching season in Australia.

The annual whale migration north along the coast provides one of the most spectacular sights a mere mortal can ever behold, and we’re spoiled for choice when it comes to find the best place to watch.

Each year humpback whales migrate north along Australia’s north and west coast to the temperate waters that form their breeding grounds.

And from Hobart to the Hunter and beyond the migration makes for fantastic viewing.

Finding the absolute best whale watching spot on the Far South Coast area is thankfully pretty easy, the coast is blessed with fantastic outlooks.

A weekend drive along some of our scenic country roads can help find some good vantage points.

Walking and hiking trails surround the area, leading to some gorgeous rocky headlands and outcrops that can give an undisturbed view of the gentle giants making their way north.

There are also plenty of good whale spotting spots that can be easily accessed by road.

Several lighthouses in the area provide everything from a great lookout to accommodation if you want to make a weekend of it.

Heading south, Gerroa in Seven Mile Beach National Park, Jervis Bay’s Booderee National Park, Beecroft Peninsula and in Culburra, Bateman’s Bay and Ulladulla on the Far South Coast are places you’re pretty likely to see the whales from the coastline.

Of course, if you just want to relax and maybe catch a quick glimpse, you’ll find your drive along the coast will unearth any number of restaurants, cafes, bars or parks perfect for the purpose. Make it an adventure!


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