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Broome Whale Watching

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An unforgettable experience awaits as you cruise through the waters of the Indian Ocean and witness up close and personal the magnificent Humpback Whales that seek warmth in the tropical waters of the Kimberley. 

Broome is home to the world’s largest population of Humpback whales, with almost 20,000 whales migrating from their feeding grounds in the Antarctic to the warm haven of the Indian Ocean. It is within the waters of the Kimberley region that the majestic whales seek comfort in the warm waters whilst they mate and calve uninterrupted thanks to the sheltered islands and reefs that the Buccaneer and Bonaparte Archipelagos provide. In this haven they share the waters with other marine life such as dolphins, turtles, dugongs and manta rays.   

Broome Whale Watching Holidays

What better way to experience it than on a Wendy Wu tour?

  • Glimpse of the Kimberley

    Glimpse of the Kimberley

    5 days from $4,750pp

    • Broome (4N)
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Things To See Nearby

  • Discover Cable Beach
    Cable Beach

    Stretched along 22km of white, sandy beach of the Indian Ocean, its sparkling, turquoise waters will lure you with its beauty.

  • Discover Horizontal Falls
    Horizontal Falls

    Located within the Buccaneer Archipelago, Horizontal Falls must be seen to be believed, as powerful tidal movements rush through twin gorges of the McLarty Range.

  • Discover The Kimberley
    The Kimberley

    Nestled within Australia's entire Northwest corner, the Kimberley region is an ancient landscape, home to our country's most precious wilderness regions.

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