Albany Whaling Station, Whale Watching & Mammoth Cave Tour

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Albany Whale Watching Tour

Albany is the oldest colonial settlement in Western Australia approx 5 hours south of Perth.  This beautiful seaside town is set amongst many natural wonders including the Stirling Ranges, The Gap at the Torndirrup National Park and King George Sound. Whaling was a huge part of Albany's history and didn't come to an end until 1978.  

From late May/early June the Humpback and Southern Right Whales begin to come into the sheltered waters of King George Sound and use it as a resting spot (their first rest since leaving Antarctica) before making their way to the warmer Kimberly waters. Our Whale watching tours from Albany provide visitors with the opportunity to view Humpback Whales and Southern Right Whales, on both their northern and southern migrations. As you watch these majestic creatures breach and frolic, we guarantee you’ll be mesmerised by their agility.

Tour Includes:
  • 2 hour cruise
  • Morning or afternoon tea & biscuits

2 Hours (approximately)

Departure Details:

10.00am and 2.00pm - May through to August departing from Toll Place, Albany Waterfront Marina, Albany WA Please check departure pickup points and times. Please arrive 30 mins prior to departure time Boarding commences 15 minutes prior to departure. Boarding Gate closes 5 minutes read more...

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