Whale Watching

Ever been whale watching? I have. I guarantee it is one of the most unique experiences you will ever have. There is nothing like seeing a 30,000-kg female Southern Right whales breach the surface and crash back down into the ocean, just off the coast of the beautiful Logan’s beach.

That’s not a miss print either, believe it or not that’s equivalent to 30 cars! It truly is something special to witness those intelligent, gargantuan, yet graceful mammals move through the water. They truly are exemplary examples of the animal kingdom.

If you are visiting between June and September, make sure you stay updated on sightings. A platform has been specially constructed in the sand dunes for viewing.

The best part? It’s completely… FREE. So, make sure you stay updated on reported sightings on either Facebook, visiting www.visitwarrnambool.com.au,or by calling the Warrnambool visitor centre directly on (03) 5559 4620. Do make sure you pay a visit to the above website. It is a fantastic online source of information for tourist. I couldn’t recommend it enough.

And you don’t have to worry about missing them if they show up either. The platform is accessible all hours. Oh, and an important note, before leaving on your trip to Warrnambool, don’t forget to pack your camera and binoculars! I did and wow did I regret it…

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