Logan's Beach, Warrnambool

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Best known as a whale viewing spot, Logan's Beach is located on the eastern side of the city. This beach is recognized as a nursery site for the southern right whale. Most years one to three female whales come here between May and August, giving birth within days of their arrival. The young whale calves are reared here, usually departing with their female parents by mid to late September. Australian fur seals, little penguins, and dolphins also regularly visit this coastline. From the beach’s viewing platform, whales can often be seen even without binoculars. PutLogan's Beach into our Warrnambool tour site and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • We didn't go during whale season however you can see how it would be the perfect place to watch for whales as they pass by. The beach is mesmerisingly long and the whale watching platform provides...  more »
  • I so love this beach! So clean and so quiet. Not much people but a good place to swim relax and enjoy  more »

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