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All staff have completed the WA Hospitality and Tourism Covid 19 Hygiene Course and every tour will have a Hygiene Manager onboard. We have hand sanitiser for all clients to use prior to entry and the boat will be sanitized in between tours.

All Sea Charters Whale Watching

every day 8am till 7 pm
From AUD $50
21 Spinnaker Blvd, Geographe WA 6280
Augusta - departs from Augusta Boat Harbour - details / map will appear on your booking confirmation Busselton - departs Busselton Jetty 1st platform out (approx 100 metres)
  • Private or custom tours
  • Child Friendly
    Child Friendly
  • Fishing & Boating
    Fishing & Boating
  • Nature & Wildlife Spotting
    Nature & Wildlife Spotting
  • Whale Watching
    Whale Watching

*Five Stars on all review sites
*Free Anti Nausea Bracelet - if required
*Free CD of whale pictures
*Their promise to you - guaranteed to see whales, or go again for FREE
*Discounts available at local eateries for all their passengers

Humpback Whales, Southern Right Whales, the rare Blue Whale along with dolphins, and a vast array of seabirds are all possible to sight on their tours.

All Sea Charters are a local family owned and operated business serving the southwest since 2001.
You can expect to see over 40,000 Whales pass the pristine coastline each year. Migration starts in Augusta from May to  August as you see the mighty Humpback travel North to warmer waters to calve and mate. You might also lucky enough to see the endangered Southern Right whale nurturing their new born Calves close to shore in Flinders Bay, often along untouched beaches

In September until mid November All Sea Charters move to Geographe Bay, with tours departing from Dunsborough and Busselton, catching the Humpback Whales on there Southern migration back to the cooler waters of Antarctica to begin feeding. These Whales have newborn calves with them as they transit and rest in the tranquil waters of Geographe Bay. From early October the Blue Whale also transits the bay becoming one of the only spots in the world where you can see one of the rarest and biggest mammals.   

All Sea Charters limit guest numbers on their boat to offer a more personal experience. The fly-bridge offers 360 degree views of the whales, you can also get an up close experience from the roomy bow. There is also a comfortable cabin for those that wish to stay inside whilst still being able to experience the 360 degree views.

All Sea Charters are available over the summer months for dolphin tours , snorkelling tours , and private functions.

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Google Reviews

Such a great trip out in Augusta! We had an amazing day of whale watching and the captain was great at taking us around to see different groups of humpback whales. Great boat size and felt like an intimate tour. Definitely recommend! Jane Davies
Fantastic experience this morning seeing various whales in the bay off Busselton. Jann Bolton
Amazing boat trip out to see the whales, one of those life long memories that was made all the more pleasant by the friendly, playful and very informative staff- my little girl got a bit of sea sickness and the staff were very thoughtful. Highly recommended! Tara-Maree Lynch
Booked my son a snorkeling adventure for his 21st birthday and he was over the moon with his experience. He had a great time, the staff where friendly and helpful. He enjoyed himself so much that iv booked another outing for myself and my other son. Highly recommend Kellyjoy & Glenn Flewers & Bailey
Had an excellent time whale watching on their gorgeous, 70-ft boat. Coffee and tea were provided, as well as special bags and bracelets for the sea-challenged individuals. The main deck is sealed and warm while the top deck has zippered windows that were opened while we were underway. Wearing a waterproof jacket was a genius idea though the crew provided towels to cover up and help us not get as soaked from the waves we encountered. Contact before the trip was not so clear. We called in the day before to give the company our local mobile number in case there were any changes, and thankfully, this was good on our part. Maybe due to weather or other, the location for departure was moved to the Marina, another 10-15 minutes up the road. The drive to the marina was scenic so have your camera ready. All in all, we highly recommend this company. If we had the time, we would’ve hired them for a second and third day. The whale watching experience was amazing! So worth the time and cost. K Eyth
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