Perth Whale Watching

Tiny Calf but Where is Mum?

Sunday Morning 8/11/2020: Blog by Marine Biologist Brooke Lloyd. What a morning! With little to no wind and high temperatures early on, she was glass-off all morning. It didn’t take us long to find whales today either as the boat halted to the sight of THE SMALLEST calf, we have all ever …

Perfect Conditions

Thursday Morning 5/11/2020: Blog by Marine Biologist Brooke Lloyd. What a perfect morning today’s tour was! With a 30-degree high, the calm seas and the sun shining meant beautiful weather and beautiful whales. It took us about an hour today to find the whales and once we did, they were a little …

Swell and Smiles

Wednesday Morning 28/10/2020: Blog by Marine Biologist Brooke Lloyd. With 3 metre swell this morning we knew it would be a bumpy one, but everyone had their sea legs with them today! We spotted the first pod, a mum and calf in about 25m of water after having to take the long …

Big Mumma!

23/10/2020: Blog by Marine Biologist Brooke Lloyd. We had word before heading out today that whales had already been spotted just out of the marina. So, with that we were keen to head out, it was perfect this morning as we spotted a gorgeous mum and calf Humpback whale just out of …

Extreme Whale Watching

Tuesday Afternoon 20/10/2020 Blog by Marine Biologist Brooke Lloyd. With strong winds and big swell, we were hesitant to take our passengers out this afternoon, but with them being a group of students from Curtin University for their Wildlife Management unit, they weren’t phased at all! It took us longer then usual …

Mum and Calf Voyage

18/10/2020 Blog by Marine Biologist Brooke Lloyd. Today was a day full of Humpback mums and bubs! The first pair we spotted today were in the usual 30 metres deep of water as they cruised either side of the boat at different times during the day, the calf having such a stunning …

Cruisy Thursday

Thursday Morning 15/10/2020. Blog by Marine Biologist Brooke Lloyd. We had luck on our side this morning as the late Doug Cochran’s sister and her partner were on board! Doug was a wonderful man who would have easily freed 60+ whales during his time that had either been caught in nets, anchor …

Baby Breach!

Sunday Afternoon 11/10/20: Blog by Marine Biologist Brooke Lloyd. With the activity of the whales peaking as we headed back in for the morning tour, we knew this arvo would be an active one, and boy were both the whales and swell active. She was a choppy and wet one on the …

Right by Rotto!

Sunday Morning 11/10/20: Blog by Marine Biologist Brooke Lloyd. We started off the day by wishing Tracey and Garry a happy wedding anniversary. They had brought out some friends with them to celebrate so everyone on board got a nice cupcake treat. The day followed the usual pattern, seeing whales in about …