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Saturday 3rd August 2019

15 Whales

Byron Bay




Today there was plenty of action out off the coast of Ballina and Byron Bay. We enjoyed breaching, comp groups, muggings & tail slapping on our Byron Bay Whale Watching Cruises at 8:00am & 11:00am. Conditions are looking good this week, so be sure to book aboard our Byron Bay Whale Watching Cruise.

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Marine Research & Our Commitment

We have an unwavering personal and professional commitment to the environment, Cape Byron Marine Park and surrounds. We operate all our cruises under the ethos of minimal impact and to maintain and protect the natural environment and sanctuaries visited. Amongst other responsibilities, we discourage single use plastic on board the vessel.

Our tours are careful not to disturb wildlife mating and migration patterns, and as the only touring company with a resident marine biologist, we are passionate about providing scientific information about the region and its inhabitants in a light-hearted, fun-filled, and unforgettable setting. During our tours, our on-board marine biologist will provide an interpretive talk, which educates guests in marine conservation and the natural environment they are experiencing.

We are proud sponsors of various research projects, including Dolphin Research Australia’s, Healthy Waterways-Healthy Dolphins Project! Out of The Blue Adventures is excited to have the opportunity to directly help the vulnerable bottlenose dolphin communities that use the estuaries in Northern New South Wales; and more specifically those that rely on the Richmond River. These dolphins are particularly vulnerable to decline from exposure to dense human activities and habitat degradation, which can lead to disease, injury and mortality.

We offer our support to Dolphin Research Australia by providing our vessel for surveys in the Richmond River and field research assistance from our Marine Biologist. Together we can reach the goal of understanding the status and health of local dolphin communities and help to provide for their future protection.

Out of The Blue Adventures will also be part of the Dolphin Watchers program. Contributions through this program assists Dolphin Research Australia to monitor dolphin populations in the region. Our Marine Biologist will share in-depth knowledge on current findings from these research projects to our guests on board our tours, as well as educating students through school & university group charters.

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