The annual whale migration in Australia is something that you have to witness if you’re travelling the East Coast of Australia from June – November and a whale watching tour with Wild Byron is the perfect way to get up close to them as they cruise the coast.
These gentle giants make their way up to the breeding¬†grounds an migrate back down south with their new born calves in the later part of the season – jumping, tail slapping and playing around in the waters.
As the most Easterly point of Australia Byron Bay is one of the prime whale watching locations – with hundreds of these beautiful ocean dwellers cruising past each year.
Departing from Brunswick Harbour, you’ll head out towards the marine reserve of Julian Rocks and the main bay in search of whales, stopping off to spot the local dolphins and turtles too along the way.
Keep your camera at the ready as the whales regularly get up close to the boats and have no problems with jumping out of the water to show off!
Oh and there’s an onboard hydrophone too – so you’ll get to listen to all the beauty of the whale songs as they swim by!
|Season||June – November|
- MARINE NATURALIST GUIDE
- HYDROPHONE (to listen to whale songs)
- PHOTOS/VIDEOS SHARED ON SOCIAL MEDIA
- MODERN ECO VESSEL
- WHALE GUARANTEE
- WATERPROOF JACKET
What To Bring
Wild Byron works closely with The Oceana Project, Humpbacks and High-rises and Dolphin Research Australia contributing directly to critical research in the preservation of Humpback Whales, Dolphins and other marine life.
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