Whale Watching Tour: Eyre Peninsula

Whale watching in South Australia is best between June and September when the whales migrate north during the winter. This tour operates year round with the exclusion of the whale watch cruise at Fowlers Bay when out of whale season.

Head of Bight is one of the best whale watching sites in South Australia. Southern right whales come to calve here during their winter migration.

At the height of whale season, up to 100 whales can be spotted in the waters of Head of Bight at any one time.

This 8 day tour operates year round which excludes Fowler Bay whale cruise.

8 DAY EYRE PENINSULA WHALE WATCH TOUR

Day 1: Depart Adelaide 7:00AM for Arno Bay via Port Augusta, and Whyalla. Overnight Arno Bay Hotel.

Day 2: Arno Bay to Port Lincoln via Tumby Bay. Overnight Hilton Motor Inn, Port Lincoln.

Day 3: After breakfast we visit Coffin Bay and Whalers Way. Overnight Port Lincoln.

Day 4: After breakfast we head to Ceduna via Elliston, Talia Caves, Murphys Haystacks, Streaky Bay. Overnight Ceduna Foreshore Hotel.

Day 5: Fowlers Bay whale cruise. Overnight Ceduna.

Day 6: We head to Head of Bight Interpretive Centre and Bunda Cliffs. Overnight Ceduna.

Southern Right Whale
Southern Right Whale

Day 7: Ceduna to Port Augusta via Pildappa Rock, Wudina, Kimba and Iron Knob. Overnight Port Augusta.

Day 8: Port Augusta to Adelaide via Clare Valley for some wine tasting before arriving in Adelaide approximately 6:00PM.  

TOUR DETAILS

COST PER PERSON: $4995:00 (including GST) minimum 2 passengers maximum 15 passengers 

TOUR CONDITIONS: “JUST CRUISIN” reserve the right to alter or modify itinerary if prevailing weather, road conditions or adverse conditions require such change. Tour costs do not include additional accommodation, meals and incidental expenses incurred from flooding, natural delays, unavailable connections or other unforeseen circumstances. It is suggested travel insurance is purchased to cover additional accommodation, meals and incidental expenses resulting from flooding, natural delays, unavailable connections or other unforeseen expenses prior to departure. Due to the nature and remoteness of outback travel it is suggested anyone with health problems should seek advice from their doctor if necessary.