Whale Watch Western Australia, Western Australia

4.9
With Whale Watch Western Australia, learn the language of the whales and how they communicate with each other, understand how a simple splash of the peduncle muscle correlates with observing a 45-ton giant of the ocean completely launching themselves out of the water.



This five-star whale-watch experience will not only show you the whales but also educate you in why they have grown from near extinction in 1962 to over 35,000 today, the largest humpback family in the world, right here in Perth and Margaret river, Western Australia. Make sure you witness the ongoing revolution of the whale migration.



Come to where the two oceans meet in Augusta from June to August, or in the pristine surrounds of Geographe Bay in Busselton from September to November. Book today for an experience you will remember for a lifetime. Add Whale Watch Western Australia to your Western Australia travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Western Australia travel itinerary planner.
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  • We had driven down from Perth for the weekend, hoping to see the Orca and were thrilled to spend at least 2 hours in their company (as well as encountering a superpod of dolphins on the way out - awes...  more »
  • The most amazing experience from start to finish - the level of service and expertise provided by all at WWWA is truly world class. A West Australian family owned and run business that is so passionat...  more »
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  • Highly recommend! Amazing hospitality by the crew from start to finish. They have vast knowledge about whales and we were informed on how whales communicate, where they migrate to, their habits, and more. We spotted an amazingly beautiful mother humpback whale and her calf doing their thing. Truly an incredible experience.
  • Very professional outfit. Great Morning watching humpback whales. The boat is very comfortable and fast. We saw a mother and calf who put on a great display,breaching and fin slapping

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