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19th-century whaling

Davidson Whaling Station Historic Site


COVID-safe tours and events

In line with the latest NSW Government COVID-19 advice, it's a requirement that you wear a mask if you enter an indoor area. Please bring a mask with you on the day.

Join an experienced local guide on a tour of the historic Davidson Whaling Station. Learn about the area’s legendary killer whales and how they helped whaling operations.

Davidson Whaling Station, Davidson Whaling Station Historic Site
No wheelchair access
Easy. Suitable for adults and children 6 years and over. There are a few steps down to the beach from the historic site.

Adult/child $20 per person.

Entry fees
Park entry fees apply
Meeting point
Davidson Whaling Station car park.
What to
Drinking water, hat, sunscreen, suitable clothing
Bookings required. Phone 02 6495 5000 or 0448 765 381.
Available on request.

Discover the fascinating whaling history of the Eden area on a guided tour of Davidson Whaling Station historic site. Located at Kiah Inlet on the shores of Twofold Bay, just a short drive from Ben Boyd National Park, you’ll be transported back to the mid-1800s as you walk around the cottage and museum where the Davidson family once lived.

Hear about the whaling history of Twofold Bay, its legendary killer whales and their contribution to shore-based whaling. Experience the lives of early settlers and enjoy a walk through this special place.

Please bring a water bottle and hat. It’s a good idea to wear sunscreen and bring a jumper in case of cool weather. Tea and coffee provided as a light refreshment.

For directions, safety and practical information, see visitor info