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.