There's set to be a bumper whale watching season expected to hit the New South Wales coast this winter so take some time out for a romantic short break in gorgeous lighthouse accommodation and spot these gentle giants in action.
Try something different by staying in unforgettable lighthouse accommodation in national parks which offer the best whale watching vantage points. Imagine waking up to the spectacular sight of a whale breaching or spotting a whale with her baby calf in tow.
Take advantage of these special offers and deals:
Green Cape Lightstation Keeper's Cottages
- Stay three nights for the price of two (from 1 May to 31 August 2015)*
Perched on the edge of a peninsula in Ben Boyd National Park, these three beautifully-restored keepers' cottages feature cosy open fireplaces and charming nautical decor. Along with a fully-equipped kitchen, dining and lounge rooms, each cottage offers a comfortable verandah - perfect for whale watching and enjoying the fresh sea air.
Montague Island Lighthouse Keeper's Cottages
- Stay three nights for the price of two (from 1 May to 30 November 2015)*
Indulge in a weekend escape with a difference by staying in one of two lovingly-restored heritage lighthouse keeper’s cottages on the unique wilderness sanctuary of Montage Island Nature Reserve. Enjoy the breathtaking island views from the cottages and watch for whales, dolphins, seals and penguins out at sea.
Assistant Lighthouse Keeper's Cottages
Stay three nights for the price of two (from 1 May to 30 November 2015)*
Situated on the headland in the Cape Byron State Conservation Area – the most easterly point in Australia – these award-winning restored lighthouse cottages boast panoramic views of Byron Bay’s golden beaches, dramatic coastline and iconic lighthouse. Enjoy the spectacular sunrise over the ocean and regular sightings of whales, dolphins and turtles.
To book one of these special deals and to plan your romantic coastal adventure visit Wild About Whales.
*Accommodation terms and conditions apply, visit Wild About Whales for more information.