Took a trip this morning from Fremantle port, cannot get over the hospitality and attention to detail. We spoke about it all day, the boat is clean and so well presented with refreshments. The experience itself was next to none we all thouroughly enjoyed every minute. We even stayed out a while longer to witness some spectacular whales. From start to finish I cannot recommend this enough. The girls on board were so friendly and really had a passion for what they spoke about. Thank you so much for our enjoyable morning!
I've been whale watching a few times before but my latest tour with Whale Watch Western Australia really took my breath away! The boat was incredibly luxurious (looked to be the nicest of all the competition), the staff were so passionate with their commentary and they clearly had a huge amount of respect for the Whales. Will definitely be coming again soon!
Excellent experience.(Augusta)Respect shown to the whales by not getting too close and alowing them to come to the boat.Saw so many we lost count including a baby calf.A true family venture Thank you so much
Had a wonderful time at Whale Watch WA last week. The staff, the commentary and the way they treat the whales is just amazing. We left from Fremantle jetty, exactly at 9 and within minutes we had dolphins racing the boat. Within another few minutes, the crew spotted 2 or 3 whale pods - too good, as i thought we may have to go around looking for some time. We could see a calf breaching many times from a distance, but as soon as the boat got close, the whales started moving away. Of course this is no fault of Whale Watch WA - this is nature. They were very respectful to the whales and only approached them very quietly. The crew were very helpful and gave us a very good commentary about the whale's behavior patterns etc. Though we couldn't get very close to the whales (as probably what i pictured in my mind before going... too many Attenborough documentaries :-) ) - it was totally worth it. In the end, we got close enough to literally hear the whale breath.Overall, top notch service, very well maintained boat, comfortable ride (because it's a catamaran, i think) and superb staff. I don't think there is a better whale watch tour group in Perth. 7 stars.
Wonderful day spent looking at Orcas today!!. We had the very best service and experience from the crew. They were all informative, friendly and helpful have recommend your cruise to friends already. Fabulous that the photos taken on the day by crew are shared to further enrich our experience. Thank you.
If you think you've seen whales because you've seen a glimmer of a splash, 10km off-shore or from a cruise ship, do yourself a favour- hop on this cruise and go and see them up close ! ! !Jade, Gemma and the family made us feel right at home from the start and have a vast knowledge of everything you ever wanted to know (and everything you didn't know you wanted to know!) 15 minutes into the cruise and all of a sudden, there were whales everywhere ! I'm not talking about splashes in the distance, the ships engine is so quiet that the whales hardly took any notice and came right up close ! Gemma explained each movement and we soon learnt that there were multiple pods of whales that were all slowly migrating south with their new calfs. This area, just off Rottnest island is a bit of a resting area for them so you literally get to spend over two hours watching them frolic around. There must have been easily over 30 whales - with countless spectacular breaches! It truly is an amazing experience and you really can't say you've seen a whale until you see them up close with Whale Watch, Western Australia. - This is one of the best places in the world to see them up close!
This was a great day out and is a must do for locals and tourists. The team are awesome and really put a personal touch on the day with their in depth knowledge. We saw 30+ humpbacks doing their thing about half-way to Rottnest. Plenty of sick jumps, water slaps and tail waves which got the crowd going. I almost struggled to get enough photos of the whales as each time I had the camera ready, there was another pod popping up! The boat is super clean, well maintained and comfortable. We were cruising around 30knots and I could barely tell except for the wind. We had just under 2 hours to follow the whales around and watch them do their thing. 10/10 would recommend
Highly recommend! Amazing hospitality by the crew from start to finish. They have vast knowledge about whales and we were informed on how whales communicate, where they migrate to, their habits, and more. We spotted an amazingly beautiful mother humpback whale and her calf doing their thing. Truly an incredible experience.
I've had the incredible opportunity to jump on board Whale Watch Western Australia to see the beautiful Humpbacks and Southern Rights in Augusta and the amazing Orcas in Bremer Bay. Both times the crew were absolutely lovely, super attentive and extremely kind. I 100% recommend Whale Watch Western Australia! You guys rock!
The growth of Scarborough Beach is expanding and so has the Humpbacks of Western Australia, never before have we seen so many whales so close to our coastline as we enjoyed Scarborough Highrise Humpbacks today.
November Whale Watching in Perth is a special time as mothers and their calves take over the Western Australian coastline and the newest members of the WA population enjoy exploring their migration path.
The Epic Humpback Odyssey™ that graces our Western Australian coastline each year is something everyone should treasure. Travelling thousands of kilometres to the heat of the nursery grounds and then the ice of their feeding grounds every year without fail.
Humpback Whale escort pod during the month of November is always a lovely surprise as most of the male Humpbacks have already made their way back towards Antarctica in preparation for next years breeding season.