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Cruise Perth's major whale migration route

Join Rottnest Express on Sea Eagle and experience the joy of getting up close and personal with the incredible Humpback Whales as they make their way down the West Australian coastline.

This migration is the largest in the southern hemisphere with approximately 35,000 whales including about 3,000 calves! Of all the great baleen whales, the humpback is the most surface active displaying behaviour that will not only inspire you but leave you in awe.

So let us take you on board the Sea Eagle Express with its large open deck space with a vast viewing platform offering front row seats during your memorable whale encounter.

Whale watching tour includes:

  • 2 hours on board the Sea Eagle Express
  • Informative commentary and fact sheets
  • Smooth, fast and safe cruising
  • Viewing platforms and front row seats
  • FREE courtesy coach MORNING transfers from most Perth and Fremantle hotels
  • Snacks available with licensed bar facilities

We Guarantee you see whales or your next tour is FREE. Conditions apply







Barrack St, Perth

(including Swan River cruise

from Perth to Fremantle)


 $65  $29  $180
B Shed, Fremantle


 $55  $25  $155

Take advantage of Perth's only morning whale watch departure

Tour Schedule

Period Frequency
6 - 23 September 2016


Tuesday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday
24 September - 9 October 2016


Daily (School Holidays)
11 October - 13 November 20156 Tuesday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday

Departs Boarding Closes Returns

Barrack Street Jetty, Perth

8:30am 5:45pm*
B shed, Fremantle

10:15am 12:30pm

*Perth passengers can spend the afternoon enjoying the historical city of Fremantle before returning from B Shed at 4:45pm to arrive at Barrack Street Jetty at 5:45pm or alternatively passengers can catch the train up to Perth at their leisure (own expense). Our B Shed terminal is conveniently located directly behind the Fremantle train station.