Enjoy a guided tour of the world's only historical whaling station open to the public. Learn about the history of whaling along the southern coastline in animation, image and relic as you're taken on an educational journey. The tour finishes with an exploration through the Torndirrup National Park.
This 3.5 hour tour begins at the summit of Stoney Hill looking across Princess Royal Harbour before visiting Albany's history whaling station, Discovery Bay. Climb aboard the famous whale chaser and marvel at the ginormous whale skeletons on display. An expert guide will take you through this educational and historic site revealing the history of whaling along the southern coastline of Western Australia. The journey ends with a scenic drive through Torndirrup National Park where you'll able to explore The Gap and The Natural Bridge on foot.
Once this experience has been confirmed, changes are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them according to their policy.
A minimum of 2 passengers is required for departure.
Wear suitable walking shoes and dress in layers.
This experience takes place at Albany's Historic Whaling Station and in Torndirrup National Park, WA.