Current Research Onboard
The Fat Whales Project is an exciting opportunity to further our understanding of the migration story of Western Australia’s Humpback Whales, Southern Right Whales and Blue Whales. Focusing in on the body condition of these species and how that may affect the timing of their migration can be achieved by the use of drone imagery. During our daily tours you can be part of this research as drone pilot Grace Russell and her team Join The Pod this season to continue their research onboard Whale Watch Western Australia.
Responsible whale watching takes patience and a full understanding of The Language of the Whales™ to understand how we must act when in the company of our whales.
Whale Watch Western Australia has a fascination with whale nostrils and it is what is exhaled from the cetacean blowhole that has us so intrigued.
Our Whale Watching tour out of Fremantle today revealed some of the best whale watching we have witnessed this southern migration 2018.
Breaching on the horizon captured our attention as we had the opportunity today to learn more about the fascinating story of the Humpback Whale Barnacle.
How do Dolphins survive shark attacks so severe? Their bodies are capable of incredible regeneration, pain management and blood flow control that what may seem like the impossible is possible for our Dolphins.
The daily tours we enjoy with our whales provides the opportunity to meet many different individual whales and one question we often ask when spending time with our Humpbacks is, “Why do Humpbacks have scarring?”.
Whale Watching in Western Australian – Whales do entice excitement and wonder from humans and it is easy to see why with their incredible acrobatic displays
The Blue Whale is the largest mammal to have ever graced this planet and the best way to protect them is to learn more about them, so lets begin with some Blue Whale Facts!
In certain situations where perfectly healthy whales find themselves stranding we must look further afield than simply matters that happen in their immediate environment.
The Bremer Canyon is unique and no other submarine canyon in the world is the same. The largest known congregation of Orca in the Southern Hemisphere gathers during the summer months.
Learn why we see largest congregation of Orca in the Bremer Canyon as Whale Watch Western Australia continue to Learn about the Language of the Whales.
Learn how to enjoy the company of these migrating mother and calf Humpbacks respectfully.
It is a full day in the Bremer Canyon and our guests nutrition is paramount to keeping up the energies to hunt with the Orca’s of Bremer Canyon. Food & hydration is very important to keep the body and mind focussed not only during the tour but also the days following, this assures our guests receive the best opportunity to enjoy their experience during and post tour.
Learn everything you need to know to plan a perfect whale watch experience in Augusta. See when is the best time to see the whales and learn about their migration through Flinders Bay.
Weather in Bremer Canyon is an important part of your experience when visiting the Orca of the Bremer Canyon. The Southern Ocean is a beautiful