Over a Dozen Whales !

by Montague Mark
(Narooma)

Up close with Montague in background

Up close with Montague in background

About 10 boat minutes from Narooma's breakwall there were 2-3 humpback pods within sight.


We picked the middle area, turned off the motors and watched as 4 whales approached and went by busy feeding. We saw more pods to the north. By this time we had seen over a dozen whales!

East of Kianga was one whale breaching and maybe someone got lucky to snap the pic of the mid-air whale doing its half-roll flop back into the water.

Off to Montague Island for seals, birds and historic lighthouse.

Returning home, we stopped the motors about 1km off Narooma for two whales who held us hostage for 20 minutes as we drifted with the wind while they fed sub-surface.

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