Whale Watching in WA
From Perth to the main migration point in the Kimberley, the options are plentiful to catch a glimpse of the underwater giant.
WA is home to several species of whales, including one of the largest populations of humpback whales in the world. They can be spotted from countless viewpoints along the coast and many tour companies offer the chance to get up close and personal during migration season. In Perth, the best whale watching experience begins in […]
About Whale Watching in WA
Along the WA coast in late winter and spring, the Golden Outback is passes through during their annual migration. Take a drive along the Great Ocean Drive or walk the trail to a lookout and spot the whales. From July to October, whales pass through the Recherche Archipelago. Take a whale-watching tour that heads out […]
From whale nurseries to cliff-top lookouts, the South-West provides you with a generous number of viewing points to witness the whales as they migrate up North. There’s a whale nursery 65km east of Bremer Bay, so the coastal town has plenty of land-based viewing options. Head into Fitzgerald National Park where there are purpose-built whale-watching […]
Between the months of June and November, the North-West is classed as the best location to catch a glimpse of 35,000+ Humpback whales migrating between breeding and feeding grounds. Enjoy the view from above on helicopters, or on land along coastal cliffs. Coral Coast Blue, Humpback and even killer whales can be spotted at Ningaloo […]