Gosford residents are being encouraged to welcome in this year’s whale watching season with a series of free talks in June and July at some of the Central Coast’s best viewing spots.
Gosford Council has teamed up with Jeannie Lawson, a local naturalist and founding member of the Ocean and Coastal Care Initiative, to give residents a chance to find out more about the whales as they migrate north. With Ms Lawson’s guidance, residents will learn about why the whales migrate, where they are going and where they have come from, and hopefully catch a glimpse of a humpback whale.
These free talks will take place on Wednesday, June 25, at the Terrigal Haven viewing platform, Sunday, June 29, at the Captain Cook Lookout in Copacabana and Saturday, July 5, at the Captain Cook Lookout in Copacabana. There will be two, onehour sessions on each of these days.
Media release, 17 Jun 2014
Gosford Council Media