Dolphins and Whales sighted by Thala Beach Nature Reserve guests

By Fiona Harper| August 26, 2014|

It’s humpback whale season in Tropical North Queensland with humpbacks recently spotted by guests staying at Thala Beach Nature Reserve. Venturing north on their annual holidays (actually they migrate north to breed and give birth, but we like to think they’re on holidays too!) to the warm water playground of Tropical North Queensland, humpbacks leave Antarctic waters around June. Cruising the Great Barrier Reef, often with young calves in tow, the annual migration provides spectacular wildlife viewing opportunities. Growing up

Whale Migration and Breeding

By admin| June 19, 2012|

During autumn in Antarctica, when ice forms on the sea surface and the air takes on a palpable chill, a great whale migration occurs, as these prodigious marine mammals head north towards the world’s more tropical waters. Each year, around 2,000 Humpback Whales make the annual migration towards Cairns, where they mate and give birth in warmer, more nurturing waters. These rather acrobatic creatures are also the fifth largest animal in the world, and if you're lucky, they can be

Great Barrier Reef Accommodation and Experiences Australia

By proof| October 29, 2010|

One of the main drawcards for visitors to Cairns and Port Douglas, Australia is The Great Barrier Reef. Whether you’re on a honeymoon, lazy resort holiday or an adventure trip you can combine your eco accommodation at Thala Beach Lodge with some of these Great Barrier Reef Experiences. Honeymoon If you’re on a honeymoon why not book a helicopter flight out to a private sand cay surrounded by crystal clear coral waters.  Or take a scenic flight over The Great

Dwarf Minke Whale Story

By admin| August 30, 2010|

Rob Prettejohn made an appearance in a story on Seven's Sunday Night Television show on 29th August 2010. We couldn't resist posting the segment here - An amazing story of Dwarf Minke Whales on The Great Barrier Reef. - check it out (apologies for the initial advertisement!)

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