Albany's Whale Story - AWS

Busy Blue Bus - Albany


A$198 (2 Passengers)


3.5 Hours

Departure Days:

Daily Except 25DEC

Departure Time:


Departure Point:

Albany Visitors Centre


No Lunch


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A$198 (2 Passengers)


- Personal guided tour and entry to Albany's Historic Whaling Station.
- Entry to Toorndirrup National Park.
- Afternoon Tea.

What to Bring:
- comfortable walking shoes
- hat and sunscreen.


Valid for 01APR17-31MAR19:
Celebrate the future through the past'
Gazing out from the summit of Sunset Hill across Princess Royal Harbour, King George Sound and the Southern Ocean the vista sets the scene. Imagine for a moment, the spume of spray and the playful leap of a whale as it makes its way along the Great Southern coast on a long journey north.
Today it travels safely; uninterrupted on its path. Albany's role in the Australia's whaling story comes to life on this tour at Albany's Historic Whaling Station, Discovery Bay. A private, guided tour provides reflection on the significance of whale hunting in the past, and recognition of the value of whale watching today.
On return to Albany, enjoy the pristine marine environment of the southern Australian coastline seen in magnificent splendour on the journey through the Torndirrup National Park visiting The Gap and the Natural Bridge. Simply breathtaking!

Child Policy:

Valid for 01APR17-31MAR19:
- Child: 0-16 years inclusive - child rate applies.

Important Information:


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