Delve Deeper into Albany’s Whaling History – Tour Experience
Celebrate International Museum Day, and discover Albany’s unique whaling story, with this exclusive Historic Whaling Station experience, Saturday 18 May. Delve deeper with our knowledgeable guide into this State Heritage site, home to Australia’s last whaling station, morning/afternoon tea included.
Albany’s Historic Whaling Station is home of the Australia’s last whaling company, and now provides a fascinating insight into Albany’s colourful past. Recognised as a heritage site, we are an engaging and educational tourism attraction for all ages.
To celebrate International Museum Day on Saturday 18 May, join us for an exclusive experience at 9:30am or 2:00pm, to delve deeper into Albany’s unique whaling story.
The experience starts with a special guided tour through the whaling station by one of our knowledgeable guides. Find yourself immersed in the sights and sounds of the whaling industry, discover what it was like to work for the Cheynes Beach Whaling Company, and why it closed in 1978.
Then climb aboard and explore the Cheynes IV, the world’s only preserved and accessible whale chasing ship, and finish the experience with a relaxing morning/afternoon tea at Whalers Galley Café.
National Trust members will also receive a complementary gift bag.