THE annual southerly migration of the humpback whales may have been a few weeks late this year, but the whale rush hour has well and truly arrived at Narooma.
Whale watchers on land and charter boats spotted dozens on individuals as well as mothers and calves over the past week, with the whales relishing the strong southerlies breaching or jumping clear out of the water.
Popular viewing areas include the Narooma headland, Cuttagee Beach and the Tathra Wharf.
Narooma Charters owner Darryl Stuart said the whales were in really close over the weekend, but still no sightings of the white Mini Migaloo.
The offer for cheap rates for locals is still on for the rest of the month, so contact Darryl on 0407 909 111 to book.
Also don’t forget to check out the www.wildaboutwhales.com.au website and app and tweet your whales sightings to @wildaboutwhales