The Brief

Map

Mobiddiction: Notifications

Social Sharing

Tips

How can people’s whale watching experience
be better than it already is?

We are always looking for new ways to innovate our functionalities so everyone can engage in the new and improved techniques of advanced whale watching.

“Everyone is busy engaging with their phones and computers so we thought
of creating an app that gives people the opportunity to connect with the wildlife
and nature, and eventually bringing them closer to whale-watching.”

Insights

Whale watching is a favourite pastime for all the nature lovers down here in the New South Wales, due to the heavy migration of the Antarctic whales during that time of the year. Looking up sightings and spots can be very tedious but it’s time to sit back and have all the information ready at your fingertips.

Wild About Whales
Display the best spots for whale watching

Maps

Check the map and see the best spots for whale watching within New South Wales national parks.

Different Whale information

Whale Information

Ability to easily navigate and learn about different whale species.

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Wild About Whales
#WhaleOn social gallery

Social Sharing

Sharing and enjoy spectacular images of whales in the social gallery, and add your own using #WhaleOn.

Tips from the experts

Spotting Tips

Read expert tips on how to spot whales.

Wild About Whales

The experience

This specially designed tool displays whales sightings, information about different whales species, take photos and share them. The convenience of the app is available in mobile or tablet users and will allow them to navigate and learn about everything one needs to know about whale watching.

Try it for yourself!

Plan your next coastal adventure with Australia’s first official whale watching guide to New South W(h)ales! Find where the whales
are and submit your own sightings.

Mobiddiction: App Store
Mobiddiction: Google Play