Migaloo due past Tangalooma any day now

Sat, 17 Sep 2016

By Eco Ranger Corey

Migaloo is due to swim past brisbane & Moreton Island on southbound journey

With only a month left for the Tangalooma Whale Watching cruises, everyone is wondering when will Migaloo past Brisbane's Moreton Island for his return journey south?

Migaloo the rare albino Humpback Whale was spotted here in Moreton Bay in late July, so after spending just over a month in the warm waters of North Queensland, we are hoping to see him start heading back south!

But all his friends were out today with 12 Humpback whales spotted for the day, with a pod of 6 adults swiming around Australia's ;largest dedicated whale watching vessel, the Tangalooma Jet.

About the author

Eco Ranger Corey

Corey is one of the many Eco Rangers at Tangalooma Island Resort's Marine Education and Conservation Centre. Corey often joins in on the Whale Watching Cruise as the on board Eco Ranger commentator.

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