The White Whale Research Centre was setup by Oskar Peterson to act as a open central communication point between researchers, universities, the global media and the general public.
Its website maintains a log of ‘Migaloo’ sightings live via twitter @migaloo1 and a subscribed newsletter. It is maintained primarily as a resource for school children studying whales, or anyone who wants to know more about Migaloo the white whale and his marine environment.
This website has been and currently is being funded entirely by Oskar Peterson for the benefit of others.
Because Migaloo is such a unique whale he has special Queensland & Commonwealth Government legislation to protect him from harassment. For this reason all vessels including Jet-skis are prohibited from approaching Migaloo no closer than 500m and Aircraft no lower then 2000 feet. The fine for breaching this law is $16,500.00
If you are lucky enough to sight MIGALOO in the wild and can report his location please contact The White Whale Research Centre Via mobile phone on 0466 99 11 71 or email details and photos to firstname.lastname@example.org