South Coast Seaplane’s home is in the centre lane of the ‘Humpback Highway”. The whale watching season runs from September to November annually, and during their southern migration whales are moving slowly, often with calves and close to the coastline. The waters surrounding Montague Island are rich in krill and close to the edge of the continental shelf, making them a popular feeding ground for whales, especially female whales and their nursing calves.
We can tailor a flight to allow you the best chance to see these beautiful creatures from the air, from where you can see their every move both on and below the surface without disturbing them. Call our friendly team for details.
Go to http://www.eurobodalla.com.au/whale-watching for more information about whale watching on the NSW South Coast.
Also check out this article on the Australian Geographic Magazine’s website.