Whale watching (not!)   Leave a comment

Saturday, 13 July, 2013

The plan was to go and do some whale watching off the NSW Coast! The whales migrate up and down the coast twice a year in search of their natural habitat. I’ve been threatening to go over and watch them all year and so as the migration season neared its end, Glenn and I drove down to Batemans Bay in the hope of catching some.

Glenn had done some research and found out that a good place to see them would be from a Lookout point within the Murramarang National Park, just to the north of Batemans Bay on the south coast of NSW. So today, on a grey Canberra Day, we set off to drive down to the coast, stopped off in Braidwood for the obligatory pie at the bakery and arrived into Batemans Bay to a beautiful winter’s day. After a bit of searching for the correct place to park the car, we set off on what turned out to be a two and half hour hike along the coast and through some pretty thick bush to our destination. When we got there, there wasn’t a sign of any whales out in the bay, so we had to be content with having a great day hiking along the coast.

Enjoy the pictures, I worked hard for them!

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Posted July 13, 2013 by yermandownunder in Out and about, Travels

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