Augusta, on the south west coast of Western Australia is a pristine whale watching destination.
Overlooking Geographe Bay, the town offers abundant coastal recreation choices, including whale watching tours.
All Sea Charters specialise in whale watching and Eco Tours in Western Australia, join a Whale Watching Tour in Busselton, Augusta or Dunsborough. Departing daily during the whale watching season. We would like you to experience the Indian or Southern Ocean like never before with a whale-watching cruise or scenic tour.
On All Sea Charters everyone gets a fantastic, unobstructed view on our new 17 metre vessel.
Get up close and personal with Humpback and Southern Right whales as they migrate through the South West waters between June and December. This one-of-a-kind experience will leave you breathless with so much wildlife, unbelievable views, and personal attention from the crew. Take a seat above deck where the scenery can’t get any better!
With tours leaving from Augusta and Busselton harbours, All Sea Charters targets the best areas for viewing these majestic creatures in their natural habitat. These two to three hour trips guarantee whale sightings and a fabulous experience.
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Swimming with the sea lions was an experience we wont forget. It was far better than my expectations, having two sealions swimming all around you and interacting with you was... read more
Visited Carnac Island on the Snorkelling and Sea lion cruise. Great morning on the boat. Staff were very friendly and helpful. Yummy sausage sizzle for lunch. Good value for money.... read more
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