Migaloo is on his way to Paradise


Ladies and Gentlemen; Drum roll please! The star of the 2014 Whale watching season has once again made his first grand appearance; the one and only Migaloo. The elusive white albino Humpback wowed Whale watchers on Tuesday morning off Greencape in Eden.

This is the first official sighting of Migaloo (Meaning "White fella" in Aboriginal) for the 2014 Whale watching season.

The first official sighting of last years 2013 Whale Watching Season was on the 25th of July around 10km East of Port Douglass, In far North Queensland. It is not uncommon for Migaloo to remain elusive for long periods of time in-fact there were no confirmed sightings of the White Albino during the 2012 Season.

Migaloo has been enthralling Whale watchers ever since he was first sighted on the 28th of June 1991, In Byron Bay Australia's most Easterly point of coastline.

Based on Migaloo's last know location it is estimated he should be cruising past the Iconic Gold Coast Seaway around the last week of June to the first week of July.

For more information on the Worlds only documented white albino Humpback Whale visit Migaloo.com.au, in the mean time don't miss your chance to catch a glimpse of this elusive giant up close and personal on the Gold Coast's original Whale watching company Whales in Paradise, Book today to avoid disappointment whalesinparadise.com.au