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Get to know the reason why Sydney is the best whale watching spot in Australia. Choose from an array of whale watching cruises in Sydney depending on the features and its duration. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Intriguing whale watching cruise of Sydney and the Shark Island

Intriguing whale watching cruise of Sydney and
the Shark Island
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Sydney Whale Watching Cruise
  • Board a Sydney whale watching cruise and take in
    the pristine ambience of the worlds prettiest
    harbour.. The capital city of NSW stands apart
    from the rest when it comes to whale watching.
    Not at all like other whale watching places in
    Australia, Sydney has two whale watching season,
    one season begins by May and finishes by August,
    during this period you will have the option to
    see pods of humpback whales moving to the hotter
    waters to mate and conceive an offspring and
    afterward in summer they return south to take
    care of in Antarctic waters.

  • Turn your visit into a whale spotting expedition
    by booking a mind blowing whale watching cruise
    in Sydney. During the whale watching season, that
    is from September to November, pods of whales
    including mothers and their calves can be seen
    returning back to their nursing grounds. As of
    now, they can be spotted even more effectively as
    they navigate in large groups. The Humpback Whale
    recognized by their knobbly head and long
    pectoral fins are the most commonly spotted ones.
    The deft, aerobatic and gregarious nature of
    these whales, may bring about sprinkling and
    showering the vessel with water. They are closely
    trailed in by the Southern White Whale,
    characterised by a hefty body and short wide
    pectoral fins. The pristine Australian waters
    give the perfect transitional home to these
    mighty mammals.

  • Whale watching cruises in Sydney leaves from its
    dock on Sydney Harbour, Circular Quay or Darling
    Harbour in the first part of the day or afternoon
    and bestows you with an opportunity to catch
    wandering perspectives en route. The vessels keep
    on graphing their way out into the ocean to
    discover the majestic migrating marine mammals in
    action. Watch the whales showcase their aquatic
    skills in their own natural habitat. Informative
    commentary by a specialist in the field (marine
    biologistis) offers a top to bottom comprehension
    into the distinct qualities, behavioral patterns
    and migratory journeys of these gigantic
    creatures. Few of the vessels additionally offer
    a one of a kind gadget, Hydrophone, to hear the
    ominous and baleful sounds of the whales.

  • You could choose a whale watching package that
    includes hot beverages and snacks for or make it
    a stride further and opt for an all-inclusive
    Sydney whale watching cruise offering scrumptious
    lunch. A full-day cruise would be an ideal option
    to familiarise yourself with the immense vast
    oceans and also for building up an eye for
    spotting whales.

Shark Island
  • The Shark Island is ideal for spotting whales and
    orcas. This confined harbor island offers the
    best perspectives on the two sides of Sydney's
    Harbour, which is the North and South Head. Book
    ahead of time and appreciate the flawless
    atmosphere and climate of Sydney.