Watching Humpback Whales and Southern Right Whales doing what comes naturally – one of the wonders of the Southern Ocean. There is no guarantee that these fantastic creatures will put in an appearance at any given time or place, but that makes it all the more thrilling when they do.
Migrating humpback and southern right whales make their way along the south coast from July through to October.
Whale sightings can be made from many beaches, and whale watching lookouts including;
Conspicuous Cliff, Turn south off South Coast Highway a few km east of the Valley of the Giants Road. There is a carpark, picnic and toilet facilities, and a whale-watching lookout which affords magnificent views of the coastline, ocean and beaches. District Map West C8
Lowlands Beach, 28 km east of Denmark, is a popular fishing and swimming spot which boasts a whale-watching lookout atop a cliff, views of WA’s most southerly point, West Cape Howe, and spectacular ocean panoramas. District Map East Y8
Alternatively you can take a day trip into Albany for a whale watching cruises in season, or, in the summer months, a wilderness cruise around Albany’s coastline and offshore islands to enjoy sights such as seal colonies, dolphins and seabirds.
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