- September, October and November
- 10:00am and 1:30pm Daily
- The Port Geographe Marina, Busselton
- Allow 2.5 hours
Experience 35,000+ Humpback whales and their calves using the beautiful Geographe Bay as their last resting area and playground before their long journey back to Antarctica. Busselton whale watching tours offer the benefit of stepping straight onboard our vessel “DhuForce” from the Port Geographe Marina.
Humpback Whales, Southern Right Whales, Minke and the almighty Blue Whales are all seen often as curious about us as we are about them, coming close to the boat to check us out.
Both Dolphins and Seals are also regularly sighted during our tours and we also do a run down the Busselton Jetty on most tours.
Don’t miss out! Book your Geographe Bay whale watching adventure of a lifetime now.
We are so confident you will see whales on your Busselton whale watching tour, we offer a 100% guaranteed return tour for free.
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