Have a whale of a time – whale watching downunder

Our October newsletter is out now with details about all the places to see migrating humpback whales on Australia’s eastern coast.

The season runs from May to November so there’s still time to get to one of these locations (read more here…) to check out the action. While it is often possible to see the whales from headlands and beaches along the coast, the best way to see them up close with all that flipper action is on one of our many tours.

So book into one of our hostels anywhere from Newcastle to Port Stephens, Coffs Harbour, Byron Bay, Gold Coast, Brisbane, Caloundra, Mooloolabah, Noosa, Rainbow Beach or Hervey Bay to see them for yourself or start searching our tours for options – click here to take you to some of the options.

You’ll have a whale of a time!

Hope you’re enjoying the VIP Backpacker’s Travel Blog. There’ll be an update added every other Friday, so keep tuning in to keep your travel dreams alive! If there are any travel topics you want covered feel free to contact me, Jo, at blog@vipbackpackers.com

2 thoughts on “Have a whale of a time – whale watching downunder

  1. Pingback: Australia Travel News 10/06/2011 | Australia Travel Guide

  2. Whale Watching is an exciting and memorable experience. The Gold Coast has the bonus of having the longest Whale Watching on the East Coast of Australia. All whale watch operators on the Gold Coast offer great whale watch cruises and Guaranteed Whale Sightings.

    Whales in Paradise are the original Gold Coast Whale Watching company and aree the only whale watch operaton whose cruise depart from the heart of the Gold Coast at Surfers Paradise. http://www.whalesinparadise.com.au

    There are other whale watching companies to choose from however they are about a 15min drive from Surfers Paradise.

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