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In the case of cancellation due to adverse weather conditions or vessel maintenance we will re-book your tour for an alternative time suitable to you or offer a 100% refund.
Bookings of 3 or less – cancellations within 24 hours of departure or failure to attend are charged 100% of the tour price.
Bookings of 4 or more – cancellations within 7 days of departure are charged 50% of the tour price. Cancellations within 48 hours of departure or failure to attend are charged 100% of the tour price.
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The whales are back! Reports of the first whale sighting off Bunbury occurred on the weekend marking what experts believe to be the busiest whale migration on record. Check out the latest Marine Matters
Sorry about the corny title for this blog but really it is...it's SUPERDOLPHIN! Able to leap tall buildings in a single bound, SUPERDOLPHIN appeared in Koombana Bay last weekend to the delight of our swim
We know our dolphins are pretty amazing but the latest research paper from the Murdoch team has highlighted how smart they really are! According to a scientific paper recently published in the Australian