Dunsborough Whale Watching 7.30am
- Duration: 2 Hours (approx.)
- Location: Quindalup, Western Australia
- Product code: PP3NZ0
Naturaliste Charters are the longest running whale watching company in the Southwest and have been operating professional whale watching tours out of Augusta and Dunsborough for over 25 years. The unique location means we are able to offer a six month whale watching season from late May to early December. The tours from Dunsborough tend to start early September.
Our tours provide visitors with the opportunity to view Humpback Whales, Southern Right Whales, and the rare Blue and Minke Whales on both their northern and southern migrations. you watch these majestic creatures breach and frolic, we guarantee you’ll be mesmerised by their agility.
Other marine life you might encounter during your whale watching tour include:
- New Zealand Fur Seals
- Bottlenose & Common Dolphins
- Sea Birds
Our crew are all trained in marine science and provide expert commentary, while guests enjoy complimentary morning or afternoon tea, including coffee, tea, milo, green tea and biscuits.Please note:
7.30am tours require a minimum of 10 adults (or equivalent) to be confirmed. All tours are seasonal and dependent on wildlife, as such the start and finish dates of each season can vary slightly. We will update passengers if and when required. Also please feel free to contact the office directly via phone or email to check on tours. Tours are subject to wildlife we are looking for being there on the day. Whales are free-roving mammals so in the unlikely event of no whales being sighted you can join us again for free. Our “No Whale” re-visit offer is valid 2 years. To re-book please contact the office.Special Meal Deal
Join Naturaliste Charters for a whale watch tour and receive 20% off dinner or lunch at Occy's Dunsborough.
To be eligible for the offer you must present your confirmation email, and it must be on the same day as the tour. Please note offer is valid for food only, and excludes "Wednesday Burger Special".