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Couple at Coffs Harbour lookout

The Coffs Coast, nestled between rugged mountains and sparkling sea, offers a wide selection of stunning elevated headlands that are ideal for watching whales heading north to give birth to their young. The whale watching season runs between June and October migrating whales frequently put on spectacular displays as they frolic off the coast on their journey between Antarctica and North Queensland. Pack your binoculars for up close views from some our gorgeous viewing locations including Muttonbird Island Nature Reserve, Look At Me Now Headland and Woolgoolga Headland.

Here are some ways you can enjoy this marvelous migration and some special offers for those wanting to visit Coffs Coast during this time.



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