After a whole week of speculating when Migaloo the famous white whale would pop up on the Gold Coast, keen observers have now pin-pointed his possible arrival for TOMORROW!
It was initially thought we’d get a glimpse of the whale on Wednesday this week, after he passed by the NSW south coast last weekend.
There were then fears we would miss the famous whale, because he might have passed through in the dead of night.
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He was then apparently seen off the coast of Port Macquarie on Wednesday, with whale watchers now speculating his arrival on the Gold Coast to be tomorrow, due to the speed he’s travelling at.
We know this of course, because of the Migaloo’s official Twitter feed.
Ok based on possible #Migaloo sighting off Kiama on Saturday 12pm and #PortMacquarie 11am Wednesday cruising at 2.4knots we estimate passing #ByronBay midday Saturday and #GoldCoast Sunday if he speeds up to 3+Knots it will be Byron early Satdy and past Gold Coast Saturday night. pic.twitter.com/C9ZoFEChg5
— Migaloo the Whale (@Migaloo1) June 19, 2020