Logan’s Beach

Almost every year between June and September, female Southern Right whales return to the waters of Warrnambool’s Logans Beach to calve. The whales often swim...read more.

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Logans Beach Road, Warrnambool, VIC, 3280
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Almost every year between June and September, female Southern Right whales return to the waters of Warrnambool’s Logans Beach to calve.

The whales often swim within a hundred metres of the shore and can be viewed from a specially constructed platform in the sand dunes or from the beach.

The platform is free to access and is open at all times. A ramp allows easy access to the platform for poeple of all abilities.

Southern Right Whales have been visiting Warrnambool for hundreds of years. Once they were hunted almost to the point of extinction, but since whaling was outlawed in 1935, their numbers have been growing.

In summer, Southern Right whales live in the sub-Antarctic. In winter, they migrate to warmer waters around the southern areas of Australia.

The females migrate to the nursery areas close to the shore to bear their calves, while the males, yearlings and young adults remain further out to sea.

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  • Public Toilet

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