Get ready for a whole heap of fun with our Blue Strike Whale Watching Tour depatures from Hillarys Harbour.
ADULT - $80 per person
FAMILY (2 + 2 children) - $220 per family
INFANTS (under 2 yrs) - Free
SEASON PASS - $199
WHALE WATCHING PERTH
Watch the humpback whales as they make their southern migration through Perth waters on their way to Antarctica. The Humpback Highway is abuzz with whales between September and December with whale tours departing daily. Join us for this amazing and unique experience in Perth.
WHALE tales and quirky facts!
Exceptional customer service, informative tours daily. Quirky facts (sometimes really quirky!) Bookings essential. Join us for an amazing experience.
Accredited Whale Watching Charters
Marine Tourism Accreditation for our whale watching tours in Perth, Western Australia. Quality Assured Operator.
We LOVE whales!
We totally love what we do and our aim is to provide you with the most magical and unique whale watching experience in Perth, Western Australia.
Perth whale watching tours
Book a daily whale watching tour individually, with friends, or charter the whole boat for your work/private function.
Whale Watching Tour Photos
Exceptional customer service. Marine Tourism Accreditation. Awesome sightings success rates every year. Informative and interesting on board interaction with our guides.
The entire long, Indian Ocean/Western Australian coastline provides great opportunities to watch humpback whales on their annual migration. From Antarctic waters to the warm waters of north Western Australia. Watch pods of humpback whales as they head for warm waters off the NW coast of Western Australia, north of Cape Leveque. This Western Australian coastal area is important for humpback whale calving and breeding.
The peak whale migration season is mid-August to mid-September, however, the species can be seen in the area between about July and October.
Coastal areas or Western Australia from Albany to the Great Australian Bight are important breeding areas for southern right whales and also for viewing humpback whales and possibly sperm whales.
These waters are an important temporary rest area for southward migrating humpback whales between September to late November, when they can be seen in the area with great regularity.
Southern right whales are also being seen in increasing numbers in Perth metropolitan waters as their populations slowly recover from commercial whaling.
Geographe Bay Area: Blue whales are being sighted in increasing numbers in this as the species recovers from the impacts of commercial whaling.
The area between Rottnest Island and Perth is also one of the best places in Western Australia to watch whale migration.