Whale watching (WA)

The longest whale watching season pursues the epic yearly movement of humpback, southern right whales and the uncommon blue whale, from the nourishment rich Southern Ocean in the South West to the warm reproducing grounds on the north Kimberley coast.

Among May and December, humpback, southern right and blue whales advance along Western Australia’s coast, frequently coming so near shore with their calves you can see them with binoculars or the unaided eye from beach front vantage focuses. The best time to watch these delicate mammoths of the sea is at late morning, when the sun is straightforwardly overhead.

You can get much nearer to the rupturing and tail-slapping activity on a whale watching journey, and among January and March, a campaign to the marine-life hotspot of Bremer Bay Canyon will bring mystical experiences with Southern Hemisphere’s biggest case of executioner whales (orcas).

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