Bit expensive. Interesting history of whaling. The guided tour is excellent. The ability to explore ship is great. The whale skeletons a must see. Lunch in cafe excellent.
About Albany's Historic Whaling Station
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A very interesting tour of the old whaling station with an insight into the process and working conditions. It was fun an interesting to explore the whaling ship and get some appreciation of what it might have been like during those times. However, the "3D"...More
Historical facts and moments are covered in a interesting and interactive way. The whaling boat is a walk through to help give you a idea of life at sea. We didn't take a guided tour and don't feel like we missed out on any aspect,so...More
This facility has been kept more or less as it was on the last days of it's operation right down to the saws used to cut off the whales head! A reflection at the babarity of whale hunting that must of seamed right at the...More
Full credit to all who have been and are involved in ensuring this part of our history is not lost. Our tour guide shared her extensive knowledge of the whaling industry very well. Very well done.
We first visited this venue shortly after it opened to the tourist. It was fairly basic back then but we have seen the improvements with each successive visit. It really is a local gem and great tourist attraction for the City of Albany. Guided tours...More
A huge Australian industry that is now completely relegated to history but so interesting to see. Climb all over the last whaling vessel Cheynes IV. Get a tour which is included in the admission price and see the whole processing works. See photos of crew...More