Whale watching season from Augusta boat harbour
The annual migration of Humpback Whales to Flinders Bay is underway with the first sightings for 2018 in Flinders Bay. Whale watching tours have begun and 3 operators are offering daily tours from the Augusta boat harbour. The Augusta boat harbour is situated on Leeuwin Road south of Augusta heading towards the Leeuwin lighthouse. You are able to book via the links below.
The Blessing of the fleet
The season formally launched on Sunday 3rd June with the Blessing of the Fleet followed by other events, celebrations and market stalls at the Harbour 9.30am on. This is a great family event and all tour companies will be operating after the Blessing of the fleet.
All Sea Charters Whale Watching & Deep Sea Fishing – You can experience some of Western Australia’s best whale watching. All Seas Charters supplied the whale photos.
Naturaliste Charters are pioneers of whale watching in the south west. They have a new 20m catamaran purpose-built for whale watching.
For those that prefer to keep their feet dry, there are on-shore spots to view the ocean giants from land:
Cape Leeuwin & Flinders Bay, Augusta. There are numerous vantage points between the Flinders Bay and the Leeuwin Lighthouse to enjoy whale viewing.