SEPTEMBER TO NOVEMBER is Narooma Whale Watching Season.
Narooma Tours offer an amazing Whale Watching experience, where you and your family and friends can get up close to some of natures most amazing creatures. Spring is the perfect time to view the whales, as large volumes of krill and baitfish create one of the best feeding grounds in Australia!
Humpback whales are renowned for their spectacular behaviour. Humpbacks will leap out of the water, roll in the air and crash noisily back into the water. The humpbacks are also very curious creatures and will come right up to the side of the boat and bob up and down, trying to get a good look at the boat.
Narooma Whale Watching Highlights include
- Complete whale watching tour with an experienced guide
- See large pods of dolphins, which general feed with the whales and often visit the boat to play in the wake. You will find yourself almost being able to touch them. Also see schools of fish, birds and other fascinating wildlife
- A visit to the largest seal colony in NSW, where you can see seals and their pups up close
- Our Montague Island and Lighthouse tours include free whale watching, where depending on the tour you can see the little penguins returning to shore at dusk for a complete wildlife experience!
Free Whale Watching with all our Montague Island Tours during the Narooma Whale Watching season from around September to November.
Whale Watching Photos Narooma / Montague Island
Montague Island Guided Tours
Visit Montague Island and see the seals, wildlife, lighthouse, and learn the history.
- Enjoy a 20 minute boat ride to and from Montague Island
- Take a guided tour of Montague Island and the Lighthouse
- See all kinds of wildlife up close, including whales, seals, dolphins and more
- Light refreshments throughout the tour
- Evening tours includes bonus Penguin viewing session when the penguins return to shore at dusk to feed their hungry chicks.
WHAT TO BRING: Hat, Jacket, Camera, Sunscreen and Sensible Walking Shoes
PLEASE NOTE: * Participants must be able to climb a ladder at the Island jetty and have a moderate fitness level for the Montague Island Tours.