An Epic Migration Of Thought: Whale Watching in 2013Wednesday, 28 August 2013 00:00
AUSTRALIA: Whaling in Australia started in the late 18th Century and the export of whale by-products, such as whale oil, became Australia's first primary industry. Whale bones were much sort after for whips, umbrellas and corsets, whilst blubber was unceremonious melted down and used in fuel, lubricants, candles and as a base for perfumes and soaps.
Typical Southern Humpback Surface BehavioursMonday, 19 August 2013 00:00
HERVEY BAY: The Humpback is the most active of all the great whales and puts on a great show for the gathered flotillas in the protected waters between the Hervey Bay mainland and World Heritage-listed Fraser Island.
Give Dad An 'Unreel' Father's Day At Kingfisher BayTuesday, 13 August 2013 14:00
FRASER ISLAND: Dad's who love casting a fishing line off Fraser and spending time in the great outdoors with be in their element on September 1 with the introduction of our inaugural Fraser Father's Day Away and fishing competition package. Congrats to Steve Daddow for landing the catch of the day - a 46cm, 2.2kg Flathead - you bewdy!
Big Smiles All Round At Lake McKenzieThursday, 01 August 2013 10:17
FRASER ISLAND: Hervey Bay Life Coach and self-proclaimed Director of Smiles, Peter Sewell, was rewarded with the biggest smile of them all when fiancée Annette Ludwig accepted his marriage proposal yesterday.
Hervey Bay: Why Whale Watch Anywhere Else?Tuesday, 30 July 2013 00:00
FRASER ISLAND: Hervey Bay is one of only two places in the world where Humpback Whales take time out of their epic migration to socialise in the calm waters on the lee side of the World Heritage-listed Fraser Island.