On September 30th over 600 people came out to show that whales worth watching really are whales worth saving. Sponsored by the Gold Coast Whale Watch & Conservation Society, we had a day filled with humpback whales spy hopping, breaching and tail slapping all around us. Everybody that came out on this beautiful day had a magical experience as the whales did not disappoint. Sea Shepherd volunteers on each of the five whale watching boats handed out literature and International Director, Jonny Vasic spoke to the whale watchers about Sea Shepherd's work as marine conservationists and our commitment to saving the gentle giants of the deep.
Greeted by a southern humpback
Humpbacks showing off for the crowd
Sea Shepherd Volunteers Terri, Howie and Dean 2
Members of the Gold Coast Whale Watch & Conservation Association and Sea Shepherd Volunteers
WHALES WORTH WATCHING, WHALES WORTH SAVING!
On September 30th, the Gold Coast Whale Watch & Conservation Association conducted tours from 5 whale watching boats to benefit Sea Shepherd. Join Sea Shepherd veteran crewmember and International Director Jonny Vasic as they sail and appreciate the beauty and magnificence of the whales.