Welcome to one of the best whale watching operations in the South West. Experience migrating Humpback whales up close as they pass through Flinders Bay on their journey north to warmer waters to calve and mate.
From June to late August All Sea Charters are in Augusta witnessing some of the best whale watching the country has to offer. With aggressive males battling others for female attention, these are true giants up to 16 metres in length and weighing up to 60 tons, with unbelievable agility. Whale watchers are also spoilt with large flocks of sea birds, numerous pods of dolphins and a colony of seals living on the band of reef that protects the bay from the Indian ocean.
From September to December All Sea Charters can be found in the sheltered waters of Geographe Bay catching the mothers heading south to Arctic waters with their young. As they make there way down the coast they use the bay as their final resting grounds before the long journey south. It is not uncommon to have whales breaching, spy-hopping, pec-slapping or mugging the vessel. The staff will make sure you have a voyage to remember.
Migrating Humpback and Southern Right Whales leave the cold, food-rich Antarctic waters and begin arriving in Augusta around June.
The Southern rights have their calves close to shore while the Humpbacks are continuing their journey north to their breeding grounds in warmer water. Once on their way back home whale watchers are lucky enough to see these massive whales in Busselton with their new babies resting in the bay.
Augusta and Busselton are perfectly placed to view these spectacular wild animals as they make their way past, often stopping off for a rest and play. The best way to see them up close is to book a whale watching tour.Carpark Family Friendly Public Toilet