Whale Watching in Flinders Bay

June to August


Whale Watching in Flinders Bay: June – August

Steeped in maritime history Flinders Bay in Augusta is the first port of call and marine sanctuary for thousands of migrating whales during their northern journey. As the cold winter approaches and the waters of the Antarctica begin to freeze over, the whales commence their annual migration to mate and give birth to calves in the warm waters and sheltered bays of the north. Both the Humpback and Southern Right whales are frequent visitors to Flinders Bay, it is one of the few places you will see these astounding creatures interacting together.

Whale Watching WA, Naturaliste Charters, Legend Charters, All Sea Charters conduct 2 hour whale watching cruises daily weather permitting, during the three month Flinders Bay whale watching season.

For an unforgettable close encounter with the whales, join a cruise aboard the luxury vessels  to view these inquisitive creatures and their awe-inspiring activity!

Where to find the Whale Watch Charters  in Augusta.
Augusta Boat Harbour, Leeuwin Road Flinders Bay, Augusta.
Cruise departs at 10.00am – returning 12.00pm
Cruise departs at 2pm – returning 4.00pm (on demand)



Wrenwood Chalets is 15 minutes (15.3 Kms) drive along Caves Road, then Bussell Highway to the Augusta Boat Harbour.