Enjoy the superb south coast dawn and sunrise
The sea and sunrise combination offers tremendous opportunities for
seascape photographers. Warm currents from the South Pacific Ocean and Tasman sea create interesting weather patterns with squalls often
seen evenly spaced marching up the coast.
Clouds which create moodiness and constantly changing
atmospheric conditions are very welcome. Rainbows are often seen in the early morning
mist as the sun paints the coastline in stunning orange / gold.
At the right time of the year one can see the Great Whales migrating
north to mate in the warmer northern waters. Pods of Southern Right and Humpback
whales can be seen frolicking close to shore.
During the months of May, June and July we have spent as long as 45
minutes watching pods as they play off the beaches of the Royal National
Park presenting wonderful photography opportunities.