Baby Humpback Re-sighted

It was another happy morning out on Flinders Bay today which became even happier when we discovered our baby Humpback again! As usual he was keeping very quite so it wasn’t until 10 minutes after we had spent some time with this pod that we sighted him safe in mums sha…

Sleeping & Competing

We had a great mix of very active competition pods today and many relaxed pods who seemed very curious to come over and say hello! Big males hustled through the bay and even raced across our bow on the morning tour which was incredibly exciting to be right in the middl…

Olivia Rose

Inspired by one of our youngest guests onboard today we nicknamed the two beautiful young Humpbacks who decided to surprise everyone by surfacing right on our bow! Olivia is the bigger one while Rose was a tiny bit smaller and seemed to be following Olivia’s lead. Hidi…

Busy Humpbacks in Bay

It was certainly a busy day today for our Humpback whales as on both morning and afternoon tours the activity was high as many whales interacted with one another. Most excitingly we re-sighted our beautiful little Humpback calf and his mum! Looking a bit bigger and mov…

The Cougar

One of our guests inspired the name of our Daily Report today as we watched a very large female Humpback call in all of the available male Humpbacks around the bay with an incredible display of repeated breaching and pec slapping! Being such a large female in size and…

Humpback Courtship

Very special tours today with an incredible interaction this afternoon as we watched a female Humpback and two males gently twist and turn on the surface showing us something very very special…. Humpback Courtship! Mating has never been recorded as this usually happe…

I Spy a Humpback Eye

After a few days of stormy weather it was lovely to be back out on Flinders Bay enjoying the company of so many beautiful Humpbacks, they were everywhere! Over 50 Humpbacks were sighted today collectively from our morning/afternoon tours and we had a fantastic display…

Tail Sailing

The unique behaviour of tail sailing is important to the day to day life of our whales. Floating upside down with fluke high and dry above the surface, some have reported the sight as looking similar to a giant butterfly or palm tree when spotted from a great distance…

Sail Away With Me

What a special cruise we had yesterday morning as we witnessed a very unique behaviour that is rarely ever seen… especially at this time of our season! Tail Sailing is when a whale will hang upside down and their enormous tail fluke will be above the oceans surface….

Surrounded by Humpbacks

Moments from leaving the Augusta Boat Harbour we were surrounded! Everywhere we looked you could see the tall blow from Humpback pods and big splashes of white water from breaching and surface activity throughout Flinders Bay. Well over 20 Humpbacks were sighted on our…