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The Breach - Where Every Day is a Hump-Day

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The Breach - Episode 1

Forget the footy season, it's whale migration time across Australia! We're bringing you all the info on what it is, why it happens and where you can get amongst the action!

Guided by our hosts Vanessa Pirotta (PhD student working on cetacean conservation) and Mansoor Noor (Cetacean enthusiast), The Breach will break down the top stats and facts of these all-star, all weather players (whales) and highlight the hot spots to see them in NSW National Park vantage points this season.

Migaloo Special

Welcome to our special edition of the Breach. In this episode we'll be profiling the biggest star of the ocean - Migaloo! Watch now for all of this legend's key stats and facts.
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Episode 2

Join us for the next instalment of The Breach. Coming up in this episode we'll tell you how to spot whales, what you'll be spotting and where you'll find some of the best places in NSW to do it!
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Episode 1

Welcome to The Breach where every day is a hump-day. Whale watching is the hottest spectator sport in New South Whales. In this episode Vanessa and Mansoor explore how to get the most out of your whale watching experience by breaking down the four Ws: 'what', 'when', 'where' and 'whales'!

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