Close encounters of the Whaling kind !

by Catherine Reilly
(Eurobodalla Coast Tourism)

Photo courtesy of John Hicks and Eurobodalla Coast Tourism

Photo courtesy of John Hicks and Eurobodalla Coast Tourism

Photo courtesy of John Hicks and Eurobodalla Coast Tourism
Photo courtesy of John Hicks and Eurobodalla Coast Tourism

No need to worry about boats getting too close to these guys !


They came right to the rockshelf at Broulee, apparently oblivious to the attention they were attracting on shore.

These guys actually stayed around the shallows of Broulee's Bengello beach for about 10 days, before the calf was strong enough to swim out into open waters and continue their journey South.

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