Yes its a great time of year when the annual Whale migration floods social media and encourages everyone to see, and learn about these amazing creatures, here are some great tips to find Whales using Social media and the web and tips to share your own whale watching adventures.

See where they are now and share your own sightings

The Wild About Whales Website run by Parks and Wildlife NSW has an awesome NSW whale watching map which displays sightings of where the gentle giants are now. You can Submit your own sightings by using this free app or Tweet including @wildaboutwhales with the #whaleon hashtag. The team will moderate your sighting to ensure the location is correct and to avoid reporting the same whales multiple times.


In the Eurobodalla (South Coast NSW Australia) make sure you are following:




Theses tags will notify you of any cool happenings, whales and more and whenever you post something amazing, like Whales sightings, make sure you use these tags.  The team from Eurobodalla Tourism We will re-tweet on Twitter and Share on Facebook for you.

Instagrammers : You can also tag @eurobodalla and @Region X on Instagram to share the love.

If your interested in Migaloo (The white whale) then tag or follow @Migaloo1

Happy tagging, looking forward to a great Whale Watching Season!!


Region X run award winning Ecotourism Experiences (what is Ecotourism) and offer amazing Sea Kayak tours during Whale Migration to view these magical creatures.

Josh Waterson


Region X