Whale Watching in Sydney

Whale Watching In Sydney

Whale watching is a popular pastime in Sydney in the winter and spring. There are a number of different migration and whale seasons.

Read more about Whale Watching In Sydney:  Humpback Migration, Southern Right Season, Other Whales, Dolphins, Volunteer Stations

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Whale Watching In Sydney - Volunteer Stations
... During the Humpback migration there are two whale research and observation stations staffed by Volunteers as part of the Macquarie University Bass Flinders ... but are generally happy to assist the public with information and spotting whale pods ... Cape Solander From Late May to Early of August, for the northern migration annual whale survey ...

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