Whale Watching

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The Central Coast offers some of the best viewing points for whale watching. Pullman Magenta Shores Resort is located on the beach and is between two great vantage points for whale sightings.

Crackneck Point, Wyrrabalong National Park (South) 20 minutes South of Pullman Magenta Shores Resort,
located at the end of Bateau Road, Crackneck Point has ample room to park and set up a picnic blanket ready for some whale spotting, with views over The Entrance and Shelly Beach.

Norah Head Lighthouse, Norah Head 5 minutes North of Pullman Magenta Shores Resort.
With stunning views across the Pacific Ocean, this unique viewing location is home to the annual Whale Dreamers Festival (July). Lighthouse tours are also available.


Central Coast Whale Watching Tour

For an exciting day out, filled with memorable moments, we recommend booking a Whale Watching tour with Terrigal Ocean Tours. This tour is available May to November where you will get the opportunity to experience one of Australia's greatest wildlife events, the Humpback Whale migration.

This migration occurs close to Terrigal Haven and is just a short trip to link up with their migration path. You will follow in a purpose built Ecotour RIB to watch at a safe distance. This tour departs Terrigal Haven Boat Ramp and may divert tours to Broken Bay, departing Hardys Bay if weather conditions require.

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