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  • End of Season Infographic 2016

    Everything you need to know about approach zones

    Posted by:
    Wild About Whales
    Date:
    11/07/2014
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    Marine mammals
    Comments:

    There's no doubt that whales are one of the most amazing wild animals you can ever see. So, if you’re in, on or above the water and you are lucky enough to see one, it can be v... Read more

  • End of Season Infographic 2016

    Whale of a time: Intergenerational ritual of whale watching

    Posted by:
    Wild About Whales
    Date:
    10/07/2014
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    National parks
    Comments:

    We are living longer, healthier lives and grandparents want to spend quality time with their children and grandchildren, making multigenerational holidays a popular choice for families. Na... Read more

  • End of Season Infographic 2016

    The best kept secrets in NSW to see whales

    Posted by:
    Wild About Whales
    Date:
    04/07/2014
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    National parks
    Comments:

    Word is out: Spot whales this season at a secret national parks location It is no secret that NSW has one of the best coastlines in Australia to watch the migrating whales, but we wanted t... Read more

  • End of Season Infographic 2016

    NSW hospitality: Welcoming the whales

    Posted by:
    Wild About Whales
    Date:
    03/07/2014
    Posted in:
    National parks
    Comments:

    NSW coastal national parks: The best place to tick whale watching off your bucket list A must do on any bucket list is experiencing the breathtaking sight of a whale breaching out of the w... Read more

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