- Season runs from May to August
- Tours depart daily at 10:00am & 2.00pm
- Augusta Boat Harbour, Leeuwin Road
- Tour duration is approx 2 - 2.5 hours
From early May to late August, Augusta is a prime location to sight the migrating humpback and southern right whales. The whales use Augusta’s Flinders Bay as a resting point, it is one of their first stops since leaving Antarctica as they make their major migration north to the warmer waters.
Whilst Flinders Bay is a resting point you can frequently see these graceful whales frolicking and playing in the bay, the whales can often be spotted close to the shore but a Whale Watching tour will give you the most memorable encounter, getting you front row seats to the breaching, spy-hopping and tail-slapping action.
We are proud to work alongside our sister company Naturaliste Charters to offer you a premium Whale Watching experience from Augusta. Naturaliste Charters have been operating their tours in the Margaret River region since 1993.
Enjoy ultimate comfort as your board their 20M Catamaran “Alison Maree”. Have the ultimate viewing experience from one of the 3 outdoor platforms or keep warm inside the main cabin where there is ample seating. Feel like a VIP and head upstairs to see the Skipper in the wheelhouse, they are friendly and full of knowledge about the whales and the region.
Our family friendly Augusta Whale Watching Eco Tours are approximately 2 – 2.5 hours long and depart daily during the season at 10.00am & 2.00pm.
The Margaret River Region’s Augusta is the nearest town to Cape Leeuwin, on the far south-west corner of Western Australian. Located where the Blackwood River spills into Flinders Bay, Augusta is also just a short distance from the end of the Cape to Cape Track.
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