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  • End of Season Infographic 2016

    Five things you might not know about dolphins

    Posted by:
    Wild About Whales
    Date:
    08/08/2013
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    Marine mammals
    Comments:

    We all know the words to the song right? And, many of us have experienced the joy of seeing dolphins whilst we’re on a whale-watching adventure, gleefully surfing along in the waves... Read more

  • End of Season Infographic 2016

    Pull up to Port for more than just the whales

    Posted by:
    Wild About Whales
    Date:
    02/08/2013
    Posted in:
    Things to do
    Comments:

    Whale watching is just one of the great experiences on offer in the national parks of the Port Macquarie region. But there is so much more on offer in the area, especially at this time of ... Read more

  • End of Season Infographic 2016

    As the whales linger, you can linger longer too

    Posted by:
    Wild About Whales
    Date:
    02/08/2013
    Posted in:
    Accommodation
    Comments:

    Port Macquarie on the mid north coast of NSW is known for its beautiful rainforest that meets the sea, with stunning coastlines, pretty villages and plenty of coastal vantage points from w... Read more

  • End of Season Infographic 2016

    Operation Cetus to protect whales and people

    Posted by:
    Wild About Whales
    Date:
    28/07/2013
    Posted in:
    Events
    Comments:

    Operation Cetus is in the process of being introduced in NSW. It is being managed cooperatively within NSW by the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS), NSW Water Police, the Fede... Read more

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