Want to get up close to Australian native creatures, including whales, koalas, bats and birds and understand the history of the region, all in one day? You need to come on Albany’s Wild Whale Tale full day tour, departing daily June – Aug.
A NEW full day tour of adventuring and exploration in Albany WA that includes entry to Albany’s Historic Whaling Station and Australian Wildlife Park, plus a marine excursion whale watching on the Southern Ocean, lunch, morning and afternoon tea.
Enter the wild on an extraordinary wilderness experience. A tale is told of whales that have cruised the Australian south coast on annual migration for centuries and today travel on undisturbed. On a guided tour of the only whaling station in the world open to tourists, you will gain a new perspective of the transformation of Albany from whaling to whale watching.
Travel through the natural bushland of Torndirrup National Park and see The Gap and Natural Bridge. Lunch overlooking the harbour before an afternoon marine adventure!
Feel the sea spray on your face and prepare yourself for an extraordinary experience sighting whales as they migrate along the southern coast. On board the 60FT premium vessel, Dhu Force. Accompanied by an Ocean Safari Guide you are enriched by the understanding of whale behaviour in one of the world’s best natural deep-water channels, King George Sound, which makes it perfect for whale watching.
- 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
- Morning + Aussie afternoon tea, local fish & chip lunch
- From $220 per person