Beautiful Moon Point at low tide
Fraser Island is the largest sand island in the world.
We followed the channel parallel to shore inside a long sand bank
Fraser Island is a World Heritage Site.
Another boat was sailing on the other side of the sandbar
Mother humpback and calf. Mother is spouting. Notice the two spouts.
Mother humpback and calf. The calf is spouting
Calf, on the right, rests on its mother's head.
Mother whale exhales then takes a breath.
This humpback's dorsal fin has been cut by boat propellers.
Humptack whale dives.
Humptack whale flukes have ragged trailing edges.
Two humpback whales. Their name is derived from the curving of their back when diving.
We can see the top of the humpback's head and mouth to the right.
A Humpback, mouth wide open, lunges through schooling fish. Her calf is on the right, learning the technique.
A clear sign that body weight is low is a sharply protruding spine.
This dolphin's dorsal fin had been cut by an outboard propeller.
Mother humpback diving, and calf on the left.
Mother humpback and calf
Resting Humpback whale
Small, light grey dolphin
Two humpback whales resting