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Whale Watching in South West Australia - A Must-Do in Your 3-Day Itinerary!

A 3-Day South West Australia Adventure

By LaraPublished about a month ago 3 min read

When planning a three-day trip to Australia's South West region, there's one experience that stands out among the rest, and one thing a tourist should definitely include in their bucket list - whale watching. Along with that, if you are planning a three day trip, there's plenty of places you must visit like the Margaret River Region, Dunsborough, Pemberton, Walpole-Nornalup National Park, Albany, Bremer Bay and many others.

Owing to its breathtaking scenic beauty and the rich, diverse flora and fauna, South Western region of Australia offers a unique experience. That's exactly why you need to prepare a three day itinerary inorder to organize your vacation and include all things that come under the 'must try' tag! Plus if you're looking for an unforgettable whale watching experience, look no further than the Bremer Bay orcas killer whale tour, which is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.

The Surreal Beauty of the South West!

Like we mentioned, Southwest Australia is a treasure trove of natural wonders. From exploring ancient forests to indulging in naturistic sceneries, there's no shortage of activities to fill your itinerary while you are in south west australia. As you venture into this picturesque region, you'll find yourself surrounded by towering trees which are so diverse and distinctly different from each other. Even the coastline of Southwest Australia is equally captivating, with rugged cliffs giving way to pristine beaches with turquoise waters of the Southern Ocean. But amidst this stunning natural beauty lies a hidden gem that promises an amazing experience - The Bremer Bay. Let's focus our itinerary predominantly on Bremer Bay, as it's more fulfilling to immerse ourselves in one destination rather than hurriedly moving between places without truly relishing any of them. Ofcourse, only if you don't want to miss out on the famous Bremer Bay whale tours!

Day 1 - Bremer Bay Whale Watching Tours

The peak season for whale watching in Bremer Bay is typically from July to early September. This is when the humpback whales migrate northward along the Western Australian coast to warmer waters. Additionally, it's important to check weather forecasts and sea conditions before heading out on Bremer Bay whale tours to ensure safe and enjoyable conditions for spotting these magnificent whales. You'll hop on a boat and head out to sea where you can see humpback whales and orcas. Keep your eyes open, for you might spot dolphins and birds too! The crew would take you not just on an aesthetically pleasing journey in the waters, but also on an informative journey as they will provide commentary on the whole ecosystem of whales and other marine life in Bremer Bay.

Day 2 - Exploring Pemberton and Walpole

After experiencing the breathtaking Bremer Bay whale watching tours, you can continue your adventure by heading to Pemberton and Walpole on day two. These charming towns are nestled within the ancient karri forests of Southwest Australia. You'll have the opportunity to explore the Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk, a mesmerizing elevated walkway through the forest canopy. Soon after, you can also indulge in a variety of outdoor activities, adorn your hiking boots and set off on one of the many scenic trails that wind through the karri forests. In addition, there's plenty of scope to do kayaking, canoeing, and fishing. It sure will be a happening day!

Day 3 - Back to Bremer Bay

This is your day to fully explore Bremer Bay, to the maximum! Return to Bremer Bay for a leisurely day of coastal exploration, including visits to nearby beaches and scenic lookouts. Here's a heads up, Bremer Bay has got plenty to offer, and more than what meets the eye!

So, if you're planning a trip to South West Australia, make sure you have ample days to visit the whole of it without leaving behind any place untouched. Also, be sure to include whale watching in Bremer Bay on your itinerary. As the day draws to a close, take a moment to reflect on the beauty and serenity of Southwest Australia, and the unforgettable experiences that await you around every corner.

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