Research & Educational Blogs
Here in our educational blog posts, we try to answer common questions as well as providing information on whale watching spots throughout Western Australia.
Whale Watch Western Australia has a fascination with whale nostrils and it is what is exhaled from the cetacean blowhole
Our Whale Watching tour out of Fremantle today revealed some of Fremantle's best whale watching we have witnessed this southern
Breaching on the horizon first captured our attention as we moved towards two pods communicating The Language of the Whales™
Dolphins are fast, powerful and acrobatic marine mammals and throughout their lifetime they will inevitably find themselves face to face
The daily tours we enjoy with our whales provides the opportunity to meet many different individual whales and one question
Whale Watching of Western Australia Whales does entice excitement and wonder from humans and it is easy to see why
The Blue Whale is the largest mammal to have ever graced this planet, yet so little is known about their
The sad loss of seemingly healthy whales and dolphins who strand themselves on beaches around the world is always very
The Bremer Canyon is unique and no other submarine canyon in the world is the same. The largest known congregation
The deep waters found in submarine canyons around the world are a unique ecosystem that attracts the entire food chain.
Whale Watching in Perth each year is very exciting as the Humpback Mother's are returning with their calves from the
It is a full day in the Bremer Canyon and our guests nutrition is paramount to keeping up the energies
The picturesque town of Augusta in Western Australia is a sanctuary and meeting place for two of the greatest whale