Whale Watch Western Australia Channel 9 News
Father's Day aboard Whale Watch Western Australia's luxury vessel Steep point had the Whale Watchers astounded by the interaction our friendly WA Whales offer. "It's all about how respectfully approach the Whales" said Gem Sharp. " We are restricted to 150 mtrs and 350 mtrs when a calf is in the pod but if they approach us we stay out of gear and fully respect these magnificent creatures. This is how you get to experience the real Whale Watch, not when you chase or herd the Whales".Get The News
Have we discovered Western Australia's Migaloo?
We were stunned today to see a white Humpback Whale in Flinders Bay after hearing only yesterday Migaloo had been sighted for the first time this season over on the east coast. A white Humpback Whale is incredibly rare and this beautiful individual caught our attention immediately! He was busy having joined a competition pod which gave the perfect opportunity to see the contrast between the dark dorsal fin of one whale and the complete opposite of the magnificently marked white whale.Get The News
Western Australia's Migaloo ?
'The whitest Whale we have ever spotted in all our Whale Watch experiences in Western Australia' Spotted in Flinders Bay, Augusta, Western Australia this near pure white Humpback Whale is the talk of the cetacean world tonight after joining a competition pod in the bay today.Get The News
Blue Whale (Pygmy) Sighted off Fremantle
Pygmy Blues Whales sighted off Fremantle on our inaugural Whale Watch Tour in Perth, Western Australia. A very excited guests and crew aboard Steep Point witnessed the elusive Pygmy Blue Whales just off the coastline in relatively shallow water. The tour was 'one of, if not our best' and for our first out of Perth it was very exciting. Check out our media report and followup on our Daily report page.Get The News