Cape Naturaliste Wilderness Cruise

A Different Perspective!

Quick Details

What You Need To Know

  • Our Wilderness Cruise tour departs daily from Dunsborough.
  • The tour duration is 2 hours long (approximately).
  • Actual path of the Wilderness Cruise tour is dependent on weather conditions.
  • Children younger than 5 may be accommodated. Please discuss with staff when booking.
  • Glassware and cooler on board for BYO drinks

Light Refreshments

Our Wilderness Cruise tour includes complimentary fresh snacks sourced from local producers, as well as tea and coffee. Bottled water and soft drinks are also supplied on request.

Departing from Dunsborough and taking in the sights of Curtis Bay (inaccessible by road), Castle Rock with its bright orange granite boulders, the pristine white sand at Meelup Beach, the popular surf breaks, and the beautiful Eagle and Bunker Bays. Along the way, you may even see dolphins, fur seals, whales, and a huge variety of birdlife. When you see the fascinating geology and stunning views, you’ll understand why this is one of the most popular attractions in the Margaret River region.

Canal Rocks Safaris can be arranged weather dependent during summer months showcasing also Sugarloaf rock and Willyabrup cliffs.

Wet weather carry bags and spray jackets or heavier Burka Jackets are also available should you wish

There will be great opportunities and ample stops along the way to take photos of the amazing scenery – make sure you bring your camera!

  • Chevron down What To Bring

    If conditions are favourable in the summer months, you might get the opportunity for a swim so wear your bathers and bring a towel.

    In the cooler months you may wish to wear warm clothing. Waterproof Burke Jackets are also provided for your comfort.


    As our Wilderness Cruise tour has a duration of approximately 2 hours, please make sure to wear a hat. We have suncream on board and may also have our sun shade erected. We promote sun safety at all times.


    There will be many great opportunities and ample stops along the way to take photos of the amazing scenery and wildlife – make sure you bring your camera!

    However, depending on weather conditions, there may be ocean spray and/or light rain, so a waterproof camera or action cam would be highly recommended.

  • Chevron down When

    Our Cape Naturaliste Wilderness Cruise tour runs throughout the year, however our busy period is between September and April.

    Bookings between September and April are strongly advised to ensure this tour is available for when you are visiting.

    BOOK ONLINE to secure your place!

  • Chevron down Where

    Our whale watching tours departs daily from Old Dunsborough Boat Ramp; Finlayson St.