Top Whale Watching Spots In Sydney and New South Wales

Did you know the blue whale is the biggest creature to have lived on Earth? Well now you know, and here’s six places where you can go for great whale watching experiences in Sydney and New South Wales. With great viewpoints from beach lookouts to bush trails, and even on a boat cruise.

- Cape Solander
Being a great whale watching spot, with a covered platform – learning about whale facts provided on the board, also you can enroll in the Cape Solander Whale Migration Study to volunteer.

- Barrenjoey Headland
Situated on Palm Beach, where you can watch the whales bid farewell before heading up the coast. There’s a lighthouse just 100 metres above the sea level, for a splashing view.

- North Head
A haven of nature that’s acts as a secret hideaway with views across the harbor and into the the Pacific Ocean with constant whale sightings throughout the season.

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- On The Water
Get on a boat to whale watch from Circular quay, Darling Harbour, and Manly daily throughout the season. There are different types of boats to choose from where there are larger ones to carry bathrooms and kiosks. Some of the top operators are Captain Cook Cruises, FantaSea, Bass and Flinders Cruisers, Oz Whale Watching and Manly Ocean Adventures.

- Byron Bay
Popular spot, Cape Byron is located in Australia’s eartern point. Go on cruise tours like Whale Watching Byron Bay, and Blue Bay Whale Watching, Go Sea Kayak Byron Bay, and Cape Byron Kayaks, which can take you upclose and personal with these lovable creatures.

- Port Stephens
Go on over to Tomaree Headland, Barry Park at Fingal Bay, Fisherman’s Beach, Birubi Point, Stockton Beach north of Newcastle, and Boat Harbour Headland.


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