Our Favourite Iceberg Photos of 2023

Every year the shores of our fair province are visited by some 10,000 year old frosty giants, and every year we welcome them back with open arms. 2023 was one for the books; starting unusually early at the beginning of March and running into August. As with previous years, we have put together a shortlist of favourites for your viewing pleasure. Enjoy!


This glistening iceberg and the setting sun are a match made in heaven. Thankfully Doreen Dalley was nearby to capture it in all its glory.

Talk about being in the right place at the right time. Julian Earle caught this unbelievable moment when an iceberg rolled over near the shore in Twillingate.


A great way to gain some perspective is to stand in the foreground of one of these frosty giants. If you look closely and compare the size of the dog and its owner to this iceberg in Ferryland, you can see just how vast these bergs can be!

Merritt's Harbour

It’s true that icebergs come in all shapes and sizes, but this one in Merritt’s Harbour is certainly unique. We see a sorceror’s hat… how about you?

Adam's Cove

Eugene Howell made the most of some fog rolling in while this iceberg was floating in Adam’s Cove.


This iceberg provided a beautiful background for the town of Conche this summer. There’s nothing quite like having your morning coffee while taking in that view!

Goose Cove

We might be biased, but there’s no better place to get up close and personal with icebergs than here in Newfoundland and Labrador. This year, Goose Cove was a major hotspot when this berg made its appearance.

Battle Harbour

Karleena Squires got this shot while on a boat tour near Battle Harbour. What better company could you ask for than this frosty friend?

Spillars Cove

In a place that's made for the movies, this iceberg made itself right at home. Johnny C.Y. Lam framed this shot perfect amongst the sea stacks in Spillars Cove.

Have an iceberg shot you'd like to share? Go to IcebergFinder.com to upload your iceberg sightings or share them with us on Instagram @newfoundlandlabrador by using the hashtag #IcebergsNL!

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