Come aboard our purpose-built vessel, the ‘Cetacean Explorer’ for a nature experience like no other. Explore Western Australia’s scenic coastline and witness one of the world’s most majestic animals in its natural habitat with our Eco Wilderness and Whale Watching Tours.

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Killer Whales in Bremer Bay

Eco Wilderness Tours

Whale Watching Tour

Duration:     2 Hours
Dates:     From Augusta: late-May – August and from Dunsborough: September – early December
Departs:     Augusta Marina, Leeuwin Road, Augusta and Pro-fisherman’s Boat Ramp, Geographe Bay Road, Dunsborough
Times:     Daily at 10am and 2pm
Prices:     Adults  $90.00
Children     $50.00 (2-16 years)
Seniors     $80.00
Family Pass     $270.00 (2 Adults, 2 Children)

All our tours include complimentary tea, coffee, milo, green tea and biscuits on board.

Sunset Whale Watching Tour

Duration:     1.5 Hours
Dates:     Dunsborough: September – December
Departs:     Pro-fisherman’s Boat Ramp, Geographe Bay Road, Dunsborough
Times:     4.30pm
Prices:     Adults     $99.00
Children     $50.00 (2-16 years)

Eco Wilderness Tour

Duration:     3 Hours
Dates:     Dunsborough: December – January
Departs:     Pro-fisherman’s Boat Ramp, Geographe Bay Road, Dunsborough
Times:     Group Bookings only  – 10am-1pm
Prices:     Adults     $80.00
Children     $50.00 (2-16 years)
Seniors     $70.00
Family Pass    $250.00 (2 Adults, 2 Children)

ALL AGES WELCOME ON BOARD! Infants are free.

There is a slight element of risk on our tours. Naturaliste Charters takes no responsibility for personal injury.

NO WHALE POLICY: Tours are subject to wildlife we are looking for being there on the day. Whales are free-roving mammals – as such there are no guarantees although in the unlikely event of no whales being sighted  you can join us again for free. NO REFUNDS ARE GIVEN as we have endured the cost of the tour. We do guarantee our crew will give you the best possible day on the ocean!

We have a 99% success rate for whale sightings! We guarantee whales through the peak part of our season, however if you are booking a tour at the beginning or end of the season there is always the chance that you will not see whales. This time is generally the last week of May and the first week of December.