Whale Watching Busselton
We will meet out the front of the Deck Resturaunt in the Port Geographe Marina complex.from there we will board the vessel Tradewind III ,and then we will cruise through the canals and entering Geographe bay heading to sea looking for the spout or splashing of playful Humpbacks or (Southernright or Blue whales in season) , once whales have been spotted the skipper will manoeuvre the vessel to give you the best possible vantage point ,to grab that great picture .
Why take this tour?
# Free anti nausea Bracelets if required #Free CD # 360 Degree Views and longest serving whale watching skipper on the Bay # Children prices to 17 we offer the most exciting experience and best value that you will find...Great friendly crew ,tea coffee available as you watch Migrating Humpbacks and (Blue whales in season) Cruise through the Bay along side the vessel , Geographe bay is Highly rated world wide as a whale destination , look forward to having you onboard
GST (Goods and Services Tax)
Free Picture CD
If needed Free Anti Nausea Wristbands (rrp $20)
Things to know
Before you book
Duration: 2h 30m
Mobile tickets accepted
- Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
- Guides required to regularly wash hands
- Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
All Sea Charters is Covid Safe Bussiness
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
Visit Western Australia's top tourist attraction! Enjoy breathtaking views above and below the Indian Ocean from the Busselton Jetty – the longest tourist jetty in the Southern Hemisphere and second longest in the world! Spanning over 1.8kms (over a mile long), the Jetty is home to one of only six Underwater Observatories in the world. Ride the electric Jetty Train along the length of the Jetty, with 360 degree views across the ocean, and take a tour of the Underwater Observatory at the end. Experienced guides lead you through the natural wonders that lie beneath the Jetty where its piles create Australia’s greatest artificial reef, host to an awe inspiring forest of vividly-coloured tropical and sub-tropical corals and fish. Descend 8 metres beneath the water’s surface to view more than 300 different marine species in their natural habitat. Walking, photography, swimming, snorkelling and diving are all popular and be sure to visit the free interactive Museum and Gift shop.
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