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Ceduna Tours

Perry Will has operated Ceduna Tours and Ceduna Boat Charter for the past 37 years. He chauffeurs one and two day four wheel drive tours to the southern right whale sanctuary at the head of the Great Australian Bight on the Nullarbor, July to October. All year round he operates King George whiting fishing and Snapper fishing boat charters and sometimes offers special clients four wheel drive fishing trips to the pristine white beaches west of Ceduna, to catch mulloway and Australian salmon. He also chauffeurs two and three day four wheel drive tours from Ceduna to Kalgoorlie and back, to play 'The World's Longest Golf Course' Nullarbor Links.

Type Price Description
Ceduna to Nullarbor Whale One Day Tour - CT02 275 Catering for small personal groups, this tour visits the Head of the Great Australian Bight whale sanctuary. There will be 60 to 100 or more southern right whales in the area and you will view them at close proximity from cliff top platforms. You will be picked up from your accommodation at 7:30am or Ceduna Airport when your flight arrives and chauffeured to the Head of the Bight arriving about 10:30am for morning tea. Flights over the whale sanctuary can be arranged (weather permitting) from the Nullarbor Roadhouse. On return to Ceduna read an account of the English testing of atomic bombs at Maralinga. Continuing via Nundroo, Coorabie and on to see the ruins of the old Yalata Homestead, headquarters of early pastoralists. Then to Fowlers Bay for afternoon tea and see the sand-hills where Edward John Eyre started his epic journey. If staying overnight in Ceduna, there is an optional chance to visit Cactus Beach, a world-renowned surfing beach and watch the winter sunset in sea mist. This is not possible if flying out of Ceduna that night. Return to Ceduna Airport 6:30pm, or return to accommodation from Cactus Beach option at 8pm. Operates: by arrangement.
Ceduna to Nullarbor Two Day Whale Tour - CT03 550 Catering for small personal groups, this tour visits the southern right whale sanctuary at the Head of the Great Australian Bight, adjacent to the Nullarbor Plain and Bunda Cliffs. There will be 60 to 100 or more southern right whales in the area which you will view at close proximity from cliff top platforms. You will be picked up from your accommodation at 7:30am or at Ceduna Airport when your flight arrives and chauffeured to the Head of the Bight. Lunch will be homemade soup and pastries, spelt or sourdough breads, roast chicken and salads and fruit and juices. Flights over the whale sanctuary can be arranged (weather permitting and at extra cost). Stay at Nullarbor Hotel/Motel overnight. In the morning see cliffs, sand-hills, beaches and the whales with calves. Returning to Ceduna via Nundroo, Coorabie and on to see the ruins of the old Yalata Homestead, headquarters of early pastoralists. Then to Fowlers Bay for afternoon tea and see the sand-hills where Edward John Eyre started his epic journey. Travel on to Cactus Beach to see the sunset. Return to Ceduna Airport 6:30pm, or return to accommodation from Cactus Beach option at 8pm. Operates: by arrangement.
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