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Byron and Tweed

Byron Bay on the far north coast offers some of the best whale viewing in the country. Stretching from Tweed Heads to Yamba, this beautiful coastline has countless magnificent headlands and lookouts ideal for spotting migrating whales.

coffs harbour

The beautiful Coffs Coast is the ideal place for a coastal adventure. The natural beauty draws visitors for whale watching and other nature based activities.

Port Macquarie

The Port Macquarie region makes for the perfect coastal holiday to watch migrating whales along the NSW coast. Stretching from Forster to Nambucca Heads, this magnificent coastline invites you to experience picturesque bays and countless beaches, all bursting with wildlife.

Port Stephens

Just two hours north of Sydney, Port Stephens and the Newcastle region is a great place to start your whale watching adventure. This region provides the perfect combination of relaxation, wildlife and nature based activities to keep the family entertained.

Sydney and surrounds

Sydney offers countless great places to watch migrating whales as they pass by Australia’s largest city and its surrounding coastline. The natural and cultural beauty of the iconic city makes Sydney Harbour National Park a great base to enjoy swimming, surfing, bushwalking and picnicking while you watch these extraordinary creatures.

Batemans Bay

Batemans Bay and the Eurobodalla coast is home to several large stretches of pristine coastal wilderness from Ulladulla to Narooma, while offshore a huge number of whales make an appearance here on their annual migration.

Eden and surrounds

Just a short drive from Eden, Merimbula and Bega, an unforgettable whale watching experience awaits you on the Sapphire Coast. Grand coastal vistas alongside fascinating Aboriginal and whaling heritage sets the scene for fantastic opportunities to see whales as they migrate along the NSW coast.