Whale watching Season has arrived.


The skipper of MV Wallamba Ray Horsfield has advised us that tours are getting a 95% chance of seeing a whale up close. Beacause of the close proximity of Cabbage Tree and Broughton Islands to the shore line it incourages the whales to come in close to shore, giving us probably one of the best viewing spots on the coast bar the breeding areas of Hervey Bay. Ray's MV Wallamba is part of the ferrylink service connecting Hawks Nest with Port Stephens where connections are made to all types of tour vessles (fishing,dolhpin watching and inland water tours) not only whale watching. Why not come up and stay with us for a few days and I wiill organise all your tour needs for you. Over 6000 Humpback Whales pass close to the Headland of Hawks Nest when migrating north and returning. Seasonal from May to November.

Not sure about the colder weather don't forget about our central fire pit where you can meet new people or just look at the stars while waming your soul.

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