- The Centre for Animal Conservation Genetics
is involved in Humpback Whale Research and is located on the Southern Cross University Campus, Lismore, Northern New South Wales, Australia.
- The Southern Cross University Whale Research Centre
is a cetacean research centre at Southern Cross University in Lismore, New South Wales, on the east coast of Australia.
The principle objective of the Centre is to undertake research on cetacean populations in the Southern Hemisphere for the purpose of contributing to their conservation.
- The National Marine Science Centre (NMSC)
is a joint venture of Southern Cross University (SCU) and the University of New England (UNE) and is located at Charlesworth Bay, on the northern side of Coffs Harbour, NSW. Both Universities offer the new and innovative B.Sc. (Marine Science & Management) Program with the first two years taken at either University and the final year at The National Marine Science Centre.
- Centre for Whale Research (Western Australia)
is a non-profit research institute established in 1993 by Curt & Micheline-Nicole Jenner to conduct scientific research into whales, dolphins and porpoises. Studies conducted by it's researchers in NW Australia since 1990 have yielded new information regarding the behaviours and migratory characteristics of humpback whales (Megaptera novaeangliae) off Western Australia such as the discovery of this populations calving grounds.
- Marine Mammal Genomics
This site serves to keep the marine mammal research community updated on the progress of genomics/transcriptomics projects in marine mammals. Individuals and research groups are encouraged to list and discuss individual genomics projects in marine mammals and use this site to make contact.
- Centre for Marine Studies (CMS), The University of Queensland
co-ordinates research and teaching on the ocean, coast, estuaries and reefs of Queensland.
- The Minke Whale Project
is a combined initiative of James Cook University, the Museum of Tropical Queensland and Undersea Explorer.