Two people were taken to hospital after their boat was hit by a whale off the NSW far south coast.
A whale has hit a boat on the far south coast of New South Wales, with two people taken to hospital.
NSW Ambulance received a report about 8am on Sunday that a boat had been hit by a whale at North Narooma.
A man in his 30s suffered cuts to the back of his head, while a teenage boy was uninjured but remained shaken by the incident, a NSW Ambulance spokesman said.
Both were taken to the Moruya hospital in a stable condition.
From March, humpback whales begin migrating from Antarctica to warmer northern waters, arriving in Queensland by June.