Escape the city on a family getaway to the Sapphire Coast. The coastline is a natural playground for kids, adults and everyone
From animal encounters to adventure challenges, the outdoor experiences are like nothing else on earth.
A natural paradise, Eden is one of the best whale-watching spots in Australia between May and early November.
The third-deepest natural harbour in the Southern Hemisphere, Twofold Bay has a long history with whales. The self-drive Killer
Whale Trail is an intriguing trip into the past when whales were hunted for oil and cosmetics.
You’ll find plenty of shoreline vantage points around Twofold Bay and along the coast in Ben Boyd National Park for spotting whales. Green Cape lookout is a popular spot.
A visit to the Killer Whale Museum at the top of the town is a must for those budding history buffs. Through its comprehensive collection of artefacts, it tells the story of the most incredible human and killer whale partnership ever witnessed.