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Whale Watching Tours - Perth

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Experience Perth's Gentle Giants

It's not every day that you get to see beautiful Humpback whales in the wild, but for a limited time, Perth is offering you a chance to see over 35,000 whales and their newborns migrate in the Southern Hemisphere.

With one of the richest areas to see these magnificent creatures being only 20 minutes off Perth's coast, now is the perfect time to seek an encounter

Rottnest Express
Season: Saturday 13 September - Sunday 23 November 2014
Departing from Perth and Fremantle, Rottnest Express offers a two hour cruise with front row seating and viewing platform, giving you the perfect opportunity to see these animals in the wild. Includes informative commentary and fact sheets and exclusive Whale Watching interpretive DVD.
PLUS: Book early to receive

Rottnest Fast Ferries
Season: Friday 5 September - Sunday 30 November 2014
Travel in style with Rottenest fast Ferries large, state-of-the-art passenger vessel, guaranteed to give you the best views possible. Departing from Hillarys Boat Harbour and Perth, this two hour cruise promises to get you close and personal with these gentle giants.
PLUS: Why not make it a full-day experience? With Whale Watching and Aquarium Tour, you can also visit AQWA which is located right next to their office.

Mills Charters
Season: early September - early December 2014
With a four hour cruise, Mills Charters offers ample time to enjoy beautiful whales. Aboard their large 75ft vessel with huge open deck area and spacious bow area, promising you the best views. Includes: dedicated team of experienced crew, fact sheets and informative DVD and underwater microphone to hear the whales as they swim beneath you!
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When: September to December
Where: Departing from Perth and Fremantle
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