Whale watching in Australia is one of the biggest tourist attractions, and their many commercial companies who supply some incredible experiences. All around the coast there are many options for seeing a variety of species from the Giant Sperm Whale, Blue Whales and the Humpback Whales to name but a few.
This page however is dedicated to providing Australian based technology resources which can be used to access data about whales online and of course lots of other stuff.
First an Australian VPN which is needed if you need to access any of the online Australian media channels like iView.
Just to clarify this demonstration is using a VPN server based in Australia, which will give you an Aussie IP address. You can use this from outside the country to watch geo-blocked stuff or from within Australia if you need some privacy (very likely given the Australian Governments track record).
Here’s another title which demonstrates watching the fantastic iView channel.
However if you are actually in Australia, you’ll already be able to access iView without restrictions, but will a server outside the country to access other sites.
BBC iPlayer Australia – http://www.iplayerabroad.com/watching-bbc-iplayer-in-australia/
This post explains how an Australian can use a proxy/vpn server outside the country to change his address to a UK based one and watch BBC iPLayer. It also allows access to watch all the other major UK TV channels.