WESTERN AUSTRALIA’S six month whale-watching season is just around the corner, with whale-watching charters set to commence from the new Augusta Boat Harbour in the Margaret River Region.
The region’s whale-watching season is one of the longest in the world. From the end of May, up to 35,000 Humpback and Southern Right Whales, and even the rare Blue Whale, travel through the waters of the Margaret River Region on their migration from feeding grounds in the Antarctic to warmer waters.
Tour boats will be operating from the Augusta Boat Harbour, which caters for the growing commercial and recreational fleet in the area. Naturaliste Charters and Legend Charters will be offering two-hour whale-watching tours from the end of May to August. Tours cost from AU$80 (£41) per person.
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