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WHALE WATCHING #1 Tripadvisor

DEPARTING FROM DUNSBOROUGH & BUSSELTON For Just $80 adults and $50 children you can experience some of Western Australia's best whale watching. We are expected to see 35,000 whales migrate past our beautiful coastline from Augusta to Busselton. Species include Humpback whales, Southern Right whales, Minke whales, Blue whales and plenty of dolphins. Bring a camera, sunglasses and dress accordingly to the time of your tour. Tours from AUGUSTA run from June – August, and depart twice daily (10.15am and 1.15pm) from Davies Road Boat Ramp. Tours from BUSSELTON run from September – mid December, and depart twice daily (9.45am and 1.15pm) from The Busselton Jetty.

Dunsborough tours depart from 306 geographe bay rd opposite mcdermott street

Map & Directions

Busselton Jetty


Busselton Tours Depart from the Busselton jetty first landing approx 100 metres out Dunsbourgh Tours depart from 306 Geographe Bay Rd (opposite mcdermott street) , a Dinghy transfere is involved

Cancellation Policy

CANCELLATION POLICY - For cancellations made in part or in full more than 14 days after making a booking and: 1) More than 7 days prior to departure - Full Refund or a voucher issued for future tour (conditions apply) 2) Less than 7 days but more than 48 hrs notice (during business hours) prior to departure : Refund less 20% administrative / cancellation charge. 3) Less than 48 hours notice - Less than 48 hours prior to check-in time: full payment will be retained no refund. If no notification is given you will be charged full amount . Refund will only be given if weather conditions are unfavourable or if minimum numbers are not reached


Jump on board for a Busselton whale watch and sample ,some local cheese and and some whale droppings which we have manager to pick up

Call us about our weekly return trips from Dunsborough to Port Geographe to take in the foreshores and beautiful beaches of Geographe Bay. We will pass Siesta Park, luxury foreshore homes, and the world famous Busselton Jetty.