It’s Whale Watching Season in Western Australia!

The height of whale watching season has just begun in Western Australia. The Indian Ocean and Southern Ocean coastlines of Western Australia are home to one of of the longest whale watching seasons in the world. These are also some of the most isolated coastlines, which gives you an amazing opportunity to see these magnificent creatures of the deep up close and personal. The height of whale watching season in Western Australia is from May through September. However, something unique to Western Australia is that if you know where to look (and most of the expert whale watching charter companies do), then you can seek out and find different whales on year long; more on that later.

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June 2nd, 2017
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Top 10 Whale Watching Spots in Australia (Part Two)

The Best Whale Watching Spots in Australia Whale watching is one of the top things to do in Australia during the winter time. No needto steer clear of the colder winter waters whatsoever. You most certainly won’t be disappointed either, because you are almost certain to see whales either in boat charters or right from […]

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August 6th, 2014
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Top 10 Whale Watching Spots in Australia (Part One)

Whale Watching in Australia Winter in Australia, doesn’t mean that you must stay out of the waters, in fact cruising the waters in search of whales and watching for them from the coastline is one of the top things to do in Australia over the winter whale watching season. Over 45 species of whales, dolphins, […]

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August 2nd, 2014
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Winter in Australia Part Three – Whale Watching Locations and Winter Festivals, Holidays, and Events around the Country

Australia’s winter begins in June and runs through August for most of the country. When most people think of holiday or travel in Australia, they probably think of fun in the sun, white powder beaches, and swimming in the beautiful ocean waters. However, winter is Australia also has so much more to offer. In part one, we learned all about skiing in the Australian Alps, driving through the wildflower trails of Western Australia, and soaking up the warmth and sunshine in the tropical north of Queensland. Part two of winter in Australia told us all about a South Australia Desert Adventure, Tasmania in winter, and the Northern Territory’s Top End Dry Season. In this, part three of our series, discover the majestic whale watching opportunities that come to the cooler […]

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July 30th, 2014