Augusta Whale Watching Cruise, Margaret River WA: Board MV Alison Maree for this 2–3 hour whale watching cruise from Augusta in Western Australia's Margaret River region during the months of May – August each year. You will see the very popular migrating Humpback and Southern Right whales. You may also get to view the rare Minke and Blue Whales gather around the waters of Flinders Bay and relax and play before heading north to their breeding grounds.
Other marine life you might encounter during your whale watching tour include New Zealand Fur Seals, Bottlenose & Common Dolphins and abundant sea birds.
Augusta Whale Watching Cruise
- Sightings of Humpback and Southern Right whales
- Possible sightings of rare Minke and Blue Whales
- Amazing views from MV Alison Maree
- 99% whale sighting rate achieved
- Families and children especially welcome
- 25 years in the industry
The MV Alison Maree is a modern and spacious 20 metre catamaran perfect for families and groups. She is a lovely large comfortable vessel, ideal for viewing whales as they breach and frolic – we guarantee you’ll be mesmerised by their agility.
- The Whale Watching Cruise departs from Augusta Boat Harbour.
- Child fares 4–17yrs
- Adults 18+
- Infants 0–3 free of charge
- Informative commentary from experienced crew
- Close encounters with whales up close and personal
- Coffee, tea, milo, green tea and biscuits
- This Augusta Whale Watching Cruise runs for 2.5 hours.
- Please allow up to 3 hours depending on wildlife sightings.
- Please arrive 15 minutes before departure
Season & Cruise times:
- Mid May – end of August
- 10am & 2pm daily. See our availability for dates.
- Whale watching cruise is weather dependent.
- In the event of unsafe weather, your cruise will be rescheduled.
- Do you get seasick? We recommend you organise sea sickness tablets with your pharmacist and take prior to the tour.
- Dress for the conditions of the day. Please wear flat enclosed shoes. A a warm jacket is recommended.
Consider these whale watching tours if out of season.