Every year from June to October, there will be a large number of surprise passengers in the Australian waters - whales. Australia is home to nearly 60% of the world's whales and is the best whale watching location.
Humpback whales, Southern right whales, minke whales, blue whales, sperm whales, pilot whales... Whales of all breeds repeat their migration routes in Australia's waters year after year.
This free big show of nature can't be seen in the Ocean Park! Just arbitrarily rushing into the waves, out of the sea, there is a great chance to meet a lot of whales swimming around you.
These whales are 12-15 meters in length and weigh up to 40 tons! Therefore, it is very easy for tourists to see their huge figure. There is no need to pay any fees, there is a great chance of seeing whales when participating in any water activities!
Whales with love have their own migratory formations: in a group, male whales are the first to be the leader, pregnant mothers are well protected in the middle of the entire team, and adult female whales are behind the small north nose hall.
The large humpback whale is actually very fragile: the humpback whale had only about 100 left in the Australian coast in 1963. Later, after several generations of unremitting efforts, the number of people living in the Australian waters has exceeded 8,000. Excuse me, don't hurt them!
Compared to the "sea world" where giant glass besieged animals, Australia's vast seas, free whales, and breathtaking natural scenery can give you and your children a unique ocean class.
If you have a whale, please remember to stay at 100 meters away. If you are a whale mother swimming with a baby, please be at least 300 meters away.
There are 3 whale watching guides! In addition to whale watching, you can also play with the dolphins / swim the Great Barrier Reef / explore the Phil Peninsula, and take you to unlock the ocean-themed fun-filled parent-child holiday!
Heyi once explored two world natural heritages: Mt. Elliott Island Great Barrier Reef + Fraser Island , pure beauty will shock your heart.
Every year, the coast of Fraser Island welcomes more than 7,000 humpback whales. This group of friends who traveled long distances from Antarctica and came to the resort on the Fraser Coast were completely afraid of people and greeted them with enthusiasm.
The clear waters of Fraser Island are ideal for moms who give birth to whale babies to feed their young children, communicate with each other and prepare for migration. Just because the whales were not in a hurry, we were able to watch the whales play close-up.
In addition to being a natural heritage of the world , Fraser Island is also the world's largest sand island . Like the abandoned fairyland, there are large sand dunes, rainforests, rivers, and freshwater lakes in the highlands. The pride of nature is everywhere here.
The spectacular 75-mile beach drives a four-wheel drive; the crystal clear white sand lake is rich in silica sand, making it the perfect choice for a beauty spa; surrounded by millennial old trees, the sound of birds singing is like a fairyland on earth; sneak into Mahino The shipwreck explores ancient treasures.
The Great Barrier Reef has always been a popular destination in Australia. This time I will take you to the southernmost tip of the Great Barrier Reef, where I will be in the deep and pure Ms. Elliott Island.
She was formed more than 3,000 years ago and is a veritable ancient island with rich vegetation species, marine life and birds. From November of each year to March of the following year, the turtle mother will come here to return home to lay eggs.
In order to prevent pollution and maintain the most abundant natural ecology, it only receives 150 tourists a day , and is one of the few islands that can see live corals.
Due to her strict restrictions on the number of tourists, this ancient island is still a primitive and pure appearance.
Dive into the crystal clear waters of Ms. Elliott Island, smash the devil fish, sea turtles and enjoy the beautiful coral reefs.
Looking for whales, in addition to the pure islands of Fraser Island and Elliott Island, the fashionable city of Sydney can also be!
During the whale watching season, you can find whale naughty water in Sydney Harbour. Facing the sunset, photography enthusiasts can shoot large pieces of whales in minutes.