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19th-century whaling tour

Davidson Whaling Station Historic Site

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Join a local Discovery Guide on a tour of the historic Davidson Whaling Station, located on the shores of the picturesque Kiah Inlet.


Tuesday 16 and Thursday 18 April 2024, 10am to 12pm.

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 $20 per person. Child $12 per person.

Meeting point
Davidson Whaling Station car park.
What to
Drinking water, hat, sunscreen, suitable clothing
Bookings required. Phone 1300 072 757 for more information or book online.
Group bookings available on request, Monday to Friday (excluding public holidays). Earliest start 10am, latest finish 3pm. Minimum $360 per group. For group bookings, email or phone 02 6495 5000 or 0448 765 381.
Please note

Plan ahead and make a day of it. Our Green Cape historical lighthouse tour runs on the same days in the morning.

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Explore the fascinating whaling history of the Eden area on a guided tour of Davidson Whaling Station Historic Site. Learn about the area’s legendary killer whales, ‘Old Tom’ and how local Aboriginal people and the Davidson family conducted whaling operations.

We’ll share a light morning tea and chat with stories and antidotes of life at the station 200 years ago.

Enjoy a picnic lunch afterwards or explore the Inlet or nearby Boyd’s Tower. You’ll gain an appreciation for the natural and historical aspects that make this a truly 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.

For directions, safety and practical information, see visitor info