• Whale Watching season begins in South Australia with the aim of helping First Nations communities

    10 days ago - By Travel and Tourworld

    South Australia's whale watching season officially began this week and will continue to October. The Head of Bight Visitors Centre is welcoming the whales and tourists back for a season it hopes will help in its mission to support First Nations communities on the Nullarbor. Eugene Rondon and partner Jess Sheather manage the Head of Bight Visitors Centre and say visitors can see up to 100 Southern Right whales at the major calving spot on a good day.
    The whale watching season usually attracts up to 300 visitors each day, but Rondon is hoping that this season will have an even greater impact...
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