Naturaliste Charters are pUse The Divi Builderleased to be commencing Whale Watching tours from the Albany Waterfront Marina from the 1st June 2019, the long range weather forecast is looking good and plenty of whales have been sighted in King George Sound so we are sure to have a great start to the season.
Tours will depart twice daily at 10am and 2pm, on board Dhu Force. Skipper Paul and Ocean Safari Guide Kyle look forward to welcoming you on board and providing you with full commentary regarding the whales, as well as the history of whaling in Albany.
Bookings can be made online or by calling a friendly team member on 08 9750 5500.
Something that would really compliment joining our whale watching tour is if you also head out and check out the Albany Whaling station at Discovery Bay. Albany’s Historic Whaling Station is the only experience of its kind in the world.Explore an intact whale processing factory and whale chasing ship – fully restored and ready for you to discover. The Cheynes Beach Whaling Company was the last whaling company to cease operations in Australia, closing in 1978. Opening in 1980 (known then as Whale World), it is now home to an interactive museum on whales and whaling. Join a tour of the whaling factory with our passionate guides to gain an informative overview of the stations operations, and then discover the many additional exhibits at your own pace. Guided 40 minute tours run on the hour 10am to 3pm daily and are included with ticket entry.Allow at least 3 hours to enjoy all there is to see and do.
If you are looking for more of a day trip then Albany’s Wild Whale Tale is perfect for you! Naturaliste Charters has teamed up with Busy Blue Bus to offer you a full day package, The tour includes
Whale watching on premium vessel with Ocean Guide
Entry + guided tour of Albany’s Historic Whaling Station
Entry to Torndirrup National Park, The Gap + Natural Bridge
Aussie Morning + afternoon tea, local fish & chip lunch
You can book this now at https://whales-australia.rezdy.com/304353/albany-s-wild-whale-tale
We thank you all for your support and look forward to welcoming you on board.