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Have a whale of a time in Moreton Bay this winter

By Tanayah Wakefield

Thousands of humpback whales are set to pass by the Queensland coast between now and November, with Moreton Bay offering one of the best vantage points to see them in their natural habitat.

More than 25,000 whales will travel up the Humpback Highway from the chilly waters of Antarctica to the tropical waters of Queensland to feed, mate and play before migrating south again.

In celebration of the annual migration, Visit Moreton Bay have launched a new campaign – Welcome to the Whales – to entice visitors to book a winter escape where they guaranteed unforgettable adventures, unique experiences, and exceptional flavours.

As part of the campaign, Visit Moreton Bay have compiled a list of guides and itineraries so visitors can fully explore the region from the bay to the hinterland, best comfort foods to taste test as well as cosy accommodation options.

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