A very special video of a Humpback Whale, in Bass Strait, just off Tassie's northern coastline thanks to @fergtas who says: "It was such an amazing sight seeing the Humpback jumping around" 🐳🐳🐳 Whale watching is one of Tasmania’s most popular and simply unforgettable tourist activities 🐳🐳🐳 Southern Right Whales and Humpback Whales can be seen at east coast vantage points such as Frederick Henry Bay and Great Oyster Bay. While most species migrate some distance off the continental shelf, the Humpback and Southern Right Whale come sufficiently close to the coast to allow regular sightings from land. Humpbacks travel northward to breeding areas off the coast of Queensland and Western Australia between May and July and return southward to their sub-antarctic feeding grounds between September and November.🐳🐳🐳 The East Coast Whale Trail is a series of 14 coastal sites on Tasmania’s east coast with information signs about whales and where you have a good chance of seeing whales.
The East Coast Whale Trail is scattered all along the coast and the Great Eastern Drive, from The Gardens in the larapuna/Bay of Fires area near St Helens in the north, to Eaglehawk Neck on the Tasman Peninsula.
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