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The Patawalonga Dolphin Trail is a WDC project funded by GreenAdelaide

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Get regular updates with fascinating insights into their lives of the Port River dolphins…

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Get regular updates with fascinating insights into the lives of the famous Port River dolphins…

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Latest news and blogs

Out and About…

Hi Everyone, The weather has been improving over the last few days and it is great to get back out and about looking for dolphins....

Right Whales: A Love Story- Nice to See You Again

A Right Whale Returns to Cape Cod Bay Four Years After  Disentanglement By Lisa Sette  Just before noon on February 12, 2015, the Center for...

An Armada of Whales: WDC in Sri Lanka

Date: March 24th 2015 Country: Sri Lanka. Location: 8°35’12.10”N     79° 32’ 11.84” E Last week I was in Sri Lanka to help coordinate WDC’s Project...
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The Port River dolphins

Find out about these amazing creatures. They are one of the few dolphin populations living in an urban environment and face numerous threats to their survival.

Flippin' Awesome

Celebrating the wonderful world of whales & dolphins

Blue whale © Andrew Sutton

Species Guide

Australia is home to the largest creature on the planet, the blue whale, as well as dolphin species found nowhere else.

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About whales and dolphins

Whale and dolphins are superbly adapted for life in the marine environment.

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How we help whales & dolphins

WDC has 30 years experience of funding conservation projects in Australia and elsewhere.

Tahlequah with her new calf

Facts, figures, videos & more

Which whale is the biggest? The fastest dolphin? The deepest diver? Discover the record breakers.

Coordinated teams on a worldwide mission

We’re protecting whales and dolphins with a truly global effort. Our teams in the UK, USA, Australia and Germany work together.

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Our successes

We've had some major successes over the last 30 years, make a real difference for the lives of whales and dolphins in Australia and elsewhere.

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Annual Review

Read about what our supporters have helped us achieve for whales and dolphins during the past year.