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Whale Watching in Australia
Whale Watching in Sydney, Australia
The whale-watching season along Sydney's coast runs from May to November. If you're visiting Sydney any time during these months, make sure you join a whale-watching cruise departing from Circular Quay. Cape Solander in Botany Bay National Park has a viewing platform and is known as one of the best whale-watching locations in Sydney. The site is also part of a long-running whale-counting volunteer program running each June and July. The stunning cliff-top walking trail from Bondi to Coogee beach also offers fantastic opportunities for whale watching as does Clovelly Beach and North Head Lookout in Sydney Harbour National Park. Other superb vantage points include North Maroubra, Bangally Headland at Avalon and Palm Beach lighthouse on Barrenjoey Headland.
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Whale Watching in Adelaide, Australia
It's winter in Adelaide and apart from it being cold, wet and windy it's also whale watching season. This is the time of year that the Southern Right whales come to our shores from the sub-Antarctic to give birth and raise their young.From May to October the whales arrive, much to the delight of the thousands who travel to the southern coast to watch and wait on the beaches and cliff tops with their cameras and binoculars. It is estimated that up to 400,000 people travel to Victor Harbor each winter just to catch a glimpse of these wonderful marine mammals.
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Whale Watching in Sale, Australia
Sydney, capital of New South Wales and one of Australia's largest cities, is best known for its harbourfront Opera House, with a distinctive sail-like design. Massive Darling Harbour and Circular Quay are hubs of waterside life, with the towering, arched Harbour Bridge and esteemed Royal Botanic Gardens nearby. Sydney Tower’s 268m glass viewing platform, the Skywalk, offers 360-degree views of the city, harbour and suburbs.
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Whale Watching in Hervey Bay, Australia
Hervey Bay /?h?rvi ?be?/ is a city in Queensland, Australia. The city is situated approximately 290 kilometres or 3½ hours highway drive north of the state capital, Brisbane
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Whale Watching in Gold Coast, Australia
Coolangatta is the southernmost suburb of Gold Coast City, Queensland, Australia. It is named after the schooner Coolangatta which was wrecked there in 1846. At the 2011 Australian Census the suburb recorded a population of 5,193.
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