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The east coast of Australia acts as a 'whale highway' for humpback whales, which, from May to December, cruise close to Sydney's shore on their annual migration. During this time, you are virtually guaranteed to see humpbacks, dolphins, other sea ... 

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Sandboarding

October 2013

With my board, it's fun and kinda scary the first time. Everyone loved it!

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Port Stephens Day Trip with Dolphin Watching, Sandboarding and Australian Wildlife

Beautiful sand dunes

October 2013

Highlight of my day! It was really fun to do this, sand was soft - be sure and bring your water bottle!

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Port Stephens Day Trip with Dolphin Watching, Sandboarding and Australian Wildlife

Dolphin watch

October 2013

I did bring my swimsuit, but it was FREEZING! These people braved the cold, and looked like they were having fun. It was way too cold for me, and they were in the shade. Not a lot of people went down the slide because it was too cold. This was done at the end.

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Port Stephens Day Trip with Dolphin Watching, Sandboarding and Australian Wildlife

Dolphin Watch

October 2013

No dolphins to be seen, except for one, so it was kind of boring.

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Port Stephens Day Trip with Dolphin Watching, Sandboarding and Australian Wildlife

Reptile Park

October 2013

I love Koalas, and petting them or holding them is always very special.

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Port Stephens Day Trip with Dolphin Watching, Sandboarding and Australian Wildlife

Humpback fin

August 2013

Dorsal fin of a juvenile humpback, super close to the boat!

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Sydney Whale-Watching Cruise Including Lunch

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