Eden Killer Whale Museum
In-town | Viewing platform | Telescope | Siren |History
One of the best things about whale watching here is that if you spot one, the siren sounds and tells the whole town about it! The museum is keeper of our maritime, whaling and pioneering stories and lots of information to help you find whales. Entry: Adults $10, Children (5 to 15) $2.50, children under 5 are free. Tours can be aranged for groups of 10 or more.
From the Princes Highway roundabout: Head up the hill on Imlay Street and drive through the main street. When you see the lighthouse and museum, veer right to car park.
What to take
Coin for entry
Weatherproof clothing and walking shoes
Binoculars, camera, smart phone to log sightings
Want to stay the night? Click here for accommodation.