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Whale Watching

A WHALE OF A TAIL

You never forget the first time you see one. The enormous shadow shifting below the water. The sense of anticipation.

Whale Watching at Cape Byron LighthouseSearching for whales from Cape Byron Lighthouse, just a short walk away from Reflections Holiday Parks Clarkes Beach.

Of course we’re talking whales. And specifically, whale watching along the NSW coast.

Between May and August, whales make their way north from icy Antarctica to warmer waters to breed. During the spring, they journey back down the coast with their calves in tow, providing plenty of opportunities to catch a glimpse of these awesome creatures.

Whilst many types of whale migrate annually,  it’s usually the Humpback and Southern Right whales you’re most likely to see when whale watching NSW.

FAR NORTH COAST NSW

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clarkes beach

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ferry reserve

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massy greene

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terrace reserve

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COFFS COAST NSW

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coffs harbour

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nambucca heads

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scotts head

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Get out on the open water for a whale watching experience like no other.Get out on the open water for a whale watching experience like no other.

MID NORTH COAST NSW

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forster beach

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hawks nest

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north haven

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SOUTH COAST NSW

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bermagui

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eden

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killalea reserve

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With locations right along the NSW coastline, Reflections Holiday Parks are perfect for whale watching. You can hike to a nearby headland, enjoy a whale watching cruise, or simply peer through the binoculars from your cabin balcony.