Guests on the Mid North Coast are Having a Whale of a Time at North Coast Holiday Parks
A fluke might be a rare thing, but not when it comes to whale watching along the NSW North Coast with guests of North Coast Holiday Parks (NCHP) in the Mid North Coast including Corindi Beach, Nambucca Headland, North Beach and beyond currently being treated to the playful sight of whales fluking and breaching as they undergo their annual migration.
With daily sightings being made across the Mid North Coast Region, North Coast Holiday Parks from Scotts Head to Red Rock are reporting a rise in guests booking in who are hoping to take advantage of this year’s bumper Whale Watching season. The 2017 Whale Census hosted by the National Parks and Wildlife Service and ORRCA is reporting record numbers and the east coast will see as many as 30,000 of the gentle giants in migration mode this year.
The park has fantastic vantage points on the headland and now is the best chance to see the Whales on their migration north, as they won’t be seen again until they begin making their way back South in September.
Watch a Whale breach and slap its tail from the picnic tables dotted on the headland or book an Ocean View Cabins which are perfect for Whale Watching whilst relaxing on your covered front porch enjoying the sunrise or sunset.
For more information visit North Coast Holiday Parks