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There's been so many whales in Jervis Bay seen cruising close to the Jervis Bay shoreline in the last few weeks!

Dolphin Watch Cruises - Jervis Bay spotted a mum teaching her keen calf to breach right beneath the cliff face of Point Perpendicular.
Theres been so many whales in Jervis Bay seen cruising close to
Kristy Stiff
Jess Booth
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Wild About Whales NSW
06/21/2017 at 05:30. Facebook
Each year whales travel around 5,000km on average, one of the longest migratory journeys of any mammal on Earth. Australia is quite privileged when it comes to whales – over 50 per cent of the world’s cetaceans are found in Australian waters.

But, when it comes to the east or west coast of Australia, who sees the most whales?
Each year whales travel around 5000km on average one of the longest

Which Highway has the Heaviest Humpback Traffic

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Lucile Tes
Wild About Whales NSW
Wild About Whales NSW
06/20/2017 at 05:45. Facebook
Come and count the whales with us at the official ORRCA Whale Census at five locations along the NSW coast; including Byron Bay, Port Macquarie, Central Coast and Sydney! Join us for an action packed day of informative sessions, fun activities and prizes for the kids.
Come and count the whales with us at the official ORRCA Whale

DON'T MISS: The annual ORRCA Whale Census Day This Sunday!

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Wild About Whales NSW
06/19/2017 at 06:00. Facebook
Port Macquarie resident and avid marine photographer, Jodie Lowe has started the 2017 whale watching season with some amazing shots. We don't blame our cetacean friends for stopping by the beauty of Sea Acres National Park!
Port Macquarie resident and avid marine photographer Jodie Lowe has started the
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Michelle 'Noske' Patterson
Wild About Whales NSW
Wild About Whales NSW
06/16/2017 at 04:00. Facebook
The ocean produces at least 50 percent of the Earth’s oxygen, and strangely enough, whale poop is the fuel that helps keep our oceans alive...

National Geographic tells us why we should all say thanks to whales and their poop.
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Aaron Fyfe
It's full steam ahead along the humpback highway, with plenty of whales sightings over the week.

Download the official Wild About Whales app for current sightings, and to log your own!
Its full steam ahead along the humpback highway with plenty of whales
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Jen Hollis
Majestic humpbacks are impressive creatures, but did you know they are also giant defenders of their fellow sea life?

Check out our blog for some incredible footage of some humpback whales defending smaller sea animals from their arch-nemesis, the orca.
Majestic humpbacks are impressive creatures but did you know they are also

WATCH: Whale to Save the Day!

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Well that's one way to get someone's attention...

Port Stephens sets the perfect backdrop for this showboating humpback! With locations in and around Tomaree National Park, Port Stephens really is an amazing whale watching destination.
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Matthew Gallagher
Kevin Mitchell
Gail Furchert
Humpback whales are unique just like us! Did you know humpback whales can be identified by their unique tail fluke, like a finger print?

Here's a happy humpback giving you a close up of it's print near Sea Acres National Park, Port Macquarie.
Humpback whales are unique just like us Did you know humpback whales
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Kim Tomkins
Paula Ross
Happy World Oceans Day - the largest annual celebration of our oceans! Covering 71% of the planet's surface, the ocean is kind of a BIG deal for humans and whales alike.
Rach Mcleod
Ever wonder how many whales pass by our shores? Come and count the whales with us at the ORRCA Annual Whale Census at five locations including Bryon Bay, Port Macquarie, Central Coast and Sydney. Join us for informative sessions, fun activities and prizes for the kids.
Ever wonder how many whales pass by our shores Come and count

Join us for the ORRCA Annual Whale Census, June 25

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Elizabeth Brady
Hazel Hall
Ever wonder how many whales pass by our shores? Come and count the whales with us at the official ORRCA Whale Census at five locations including Bryon Bay, Port Macquarie, Central Coast and Sydney. Join us for informative sessions, fun activities and prizes for the kids.
Ever wonder how many whales pass by our shores Come and count

Join us for the annual ORRCA Whale Census Day on June 25

wildaboutwhales.com.au
Ever wonder how many whales pass by our shores? Come and count the whales with us at the official Whale Census at five locations including Bryon Bay, Port Macquarie, Central Coast and Sydney. Join us for informative sessions, fun activities and prizes for the kids.
Ever wonder how many whales pass by our shores Come and count

Join us for the offical 2017 Whale Count Day on June 25

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Clare Maree Fin
Have you captured any special whale moments yet this year? Last season Tony Solomons Photography snapped this special moment a pair of sailors where gifted with a whale-sized suprise along the Coffs Coast.

Coffs harbour is a whale watcher's paradise this time of year, with a large number of sightings already recorded along the Coffs Coast on the Wild About Whales app! If you're looking for a...
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Have you captured any special whale moments yet this year Last season
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Reg Sham
From May to November the NSW coast becomes a whale-watching playground featuring some of the best vantage points and accomodation to watch them cruise by. Check out the top coastal stays our friends at Broadsheet Sydney have shared for this whale watching season.
From May to November the NSW coast becomes a whalewatching playground featuring

Broadsheet: Where to Watch Whales This Winter

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John White
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With over 600 sightings already logged on the official WAW app and some breathtaking photos snapped, we're off to a fin-tastic start to the 2017 whale watching season!

Remember to download the app and log your sightings to be part of the greatest migration on earth.
Anna Lang
Amber Cameron
Alisa Lily
For many of us, camping isn’t the first thing to spring to mind in the midst of winter... But there are many great reasons, including watching the migrating whales, fewer people, and more wildlife to cure your winter cabin fever by going camping on the NSW coast. Here are our top 9.
For many of us camping isnt the first thing to spring to

9 Reasons Winter Camping is Wonderful

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Did you know that earwax can reveal a lot about a whale's history? Similar to counting rings on a tree, accumulated layers of wax tell a story of an individual's changes in stress levels and exposure to different chemicals in the water throughout their lives.
Did you know that earwax can reveal a lot about a whales
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Bessy Smith
Sony Freeman
You don't need to be a master planner to enjoy the great whale watching spots in NSW nationals parks, but a little preperation can really boost your whale watching experience.

Become an expert with these tips and tricks before hitting the humpback highway.
You dont need to be a master planner to enjoy the great

The Baleen Routine: A Beginner's Guide to Whale Watching

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Josip Potočki
Tomaree National Park near Port Stephens serves as an amazing backdrop for the migrating mammals. Where's your top spot to watch the whales?

Image Credit: Lisa Skelton Photography
Tomaree National Park near Port Stephens serves as an amazing backdrop for
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