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Get Wild About Whales with this great deal at Woody Head Cottages and Cabins

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Wild About Whales
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11/09/2015
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Woody Head cabin in Bundjalung National Park. Photo: N.Cubbin/OEH

It’s been a fantastic whale watching season so far, with up to 20,000 whales expected to migrate along the NSW coastline this year.

We’ve been treated to the annual spectacle of whales migrating up the NSW north coast, towards warmer waters for breeding, and from September until November the whales will start migrating back along the NSW south coast, often with calves in tow.

With lots of recent whale sightings along the NSW north coast, now’s the perfect time to take advantage of this great ‘stay 3 nights and pay for 2’ offer at Woody Head Cottages and Cabins and spot a whale (or two) for yourself!

With an idyllic location, nestled between the rainforest, river and the beach, the rustic charm of Woody Head Cottages and Cabins in Bundjalung National Park, makes for a perfect destination for a no-fuss holiday on the north coast. There’s great selection of things to do while you’re there, including paddling the river in a canoe, exploring walks along Jerusalem Creek, or enjoying Iluka Bluff lookout which has arguably the best views on the north coast (and is the perfect vantage point to spot whales!)

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