Experience Broome's Cable Beach in a unique and educational way with this sunset camel ride. This popular family-friendly activity offers a special vantage point for viewing Gantheaume Point and the gorgeous bay. The camels are outfitted with soft saddles for a comfortable ride. Also, learn about the history of camels in Australia.
Embark on a leisurely ride along Cable Beach atop a camel during this exciting adventure. Join a small group in Broome and enjoy a relaxing ride along the beach before sunset, giving you plenty of light to take photos. Camels are tied together so you can enjoy a relaxing ride without the worry of steering.
End a day in beautiful Broome with an unforgettable sunset cruise. Aboard the 42 foot catamaran the Ballena you can relax as you sail off into the sunset or take a refreshing dip in the boom net. Light canapes will be provided and you can make the most of the fully serviced bar.
Australia is full of unique wildlife, and that includes the aquatic animals. On this eco cruise from Broome you can sit back in the comfort of your spacious, shaded catamaran while keeping an eye out for unusual snubfin dolphins, as well as dugongs, turtles, shorebirds, and bottlenose dolphins. Learn about the marine ecosystems off this part of Australia from your knowledgeable guide and enjoy the views.
Ride a jet seaplane to Talbot Bay to experience one of Western Australia’s most memorable thrills — a trip through the Horizontal Falls. Aboard the fastest boat in Kimberly, splash through the narrow, cliff-wrapped cataracts with an expert skipper, and then relax on a cruise through the bays and creeks of the remote bay. An onboard barbecue lunch and scenic return flight to Broome top off this truly off-the-track adventure.
Explore Broome on a city sightseeing tour that introduces you to interesting attractions like Sun Pictures, the world’s oldest outdoor cinema. Visit Town Beach to learn about Broome’s role in World War II, check out Gantheaume Point for a look at ancient dinosaur footprints, and see Chinatown and the historical port. Finish the day with a glass of sparkling while witnessing the stunning sunset at Cable Beach.
The Kimberley Coast is renowned for its dramatic sea cliffs, white-sand beaches, and ancient wonders. With this tour, set sail for Roebuck Bay and Dampier Creek on a shallow landing vessel purpose-built for exploring the beaches and bays. Admire views of the towering red cliffs and scenic wetlands, head ashore to discover 120-million-year-old dinosaur footprints, and look out for dolphins, manta rays, and other wildlife along the way.
End a day in paradise with a three-hour sunset cruise aboard a catamaran. You’ll be taken along the coastline from Broome, where you can relax on board and enjoy the views or cool off with a swim in the boom net. Snack on provided canapes and relax with a drink, either from the bar or BYO. Look out for dolphins and turtles on the way.
The Horizontal Falls is a natural phenomenon, described by David Attenborough as one of the ‘greatest wonders of the natural world’. On this tour, enjoy spectacular aerial views of the falls and the Buccaneer Archipelago as you soar overhead in a seaplane. After lunch, experience the thrill of riding through the falls on a speedboat. Along the way, explore the wild landscapes of the Dampier Peninsula with plenty of stops to admire the views and take photos.
Start your Broome adventure with this guided tour. Learn about the town's unique history as you see the sights, including Cable Beach, Gantheaume Point, Roebuck Bay, Broome Port jetty, and more. Plus, see Broome's oldest buildings and the world's oldest operating open-air picture garden. Also, get recommendations for the rest of your visit.
If you’re into dinosaurs, beautiful views, and good food and drink, this eclectic tour is for you. Your small group will be taken to where you can see 120 million-year-old dinosaur footprints within a dramatic landscape. Take a boat ride up Dampier Creek and keep an eye out for wildlife (the modern, not the prehistoric, kind). Finish off the tour with refreshing cocktails and a tasty meal at a waterfront restaurant.
Take a magical flight over some amazing water and natural formations from Broome, including flying over the Horizontal Falls. You’ll also learn from your pilot all about pearling history of the area, making a quick stop, and then continue flying by King Sound and Buccaneer Archipelago, Cape Leveque, James Price Point and much more.
Get up close and personal with over 2,500 crocodiles at the Malcolm Douglas Crocodile Park in Broome. Douglas, an Australian wildlife documentary filmmaker, dedicated his later life to crocodile preservation. See some of the largest crocodiles on display in Australia on this guided tour. Learn about the animals who call Kimberley and Western Australia their home. Entrance fee is included in the price.
Explore some of the most inaccessible places in north-western Australia the easy way on this half-day tour. From Broome, you and your small group will be flown to the incredible Buccaneer Archipelago. Be impressed by the natural wonder of the Horizontal Falls (tide dependent) and the aerial views of the islands and the Dampier Peninsula coast. Stop at the Ardyaloon Hatchery for lunch and learn more about Aboriginal culture.
If you’ve been dreaming of watching whales in the wild, you can do so right from Broome on this half-day sunset cruise. Broome is known as a “humpback highway,” as more than 35,000 of the giant creatures travel this way every year. Get more than a glimpse of migrating whales from your spacious vessel with viewing decks, and enjoy the colors of the sunset at the same time.
Take off on a scenic flight from Broome to view the Horizontal Waterfalls and the Buccaneer Archipelago, which is home to 1,000 islands made of Precambrian sandstone. Visit Australia's oldest south sea pearl farm, Cygnet Bay Pearls, where you’ll enjoy lunch at the on-site restaurant. Then, explore the “Giant Tides” of the Kimberley Coast by boat on this all-day combination tour.
Fit many amazing sights and activities into one day with this small-group tour of the Bungle Bungles. Leaving Broome behind, you'll start with a scenic flight above the turquoise coastline and the inland ranges to East Kimberley. Landing at a remote airstrip, you'll be met by an indigenous guide, who will take you on a moderate, short hike to Cathedral Gorge and a lookout spot. Return to Broome by air.
Gain fascinating insight into Australia’s aboriginal communities on a full-day tour to Cape Leveque from Broome. Travel in a luxurious 4x4 vehicle to Beagle Bay, an aboriginal community famed for the pearl shell altar harbored by the Sacred Heart Church. Travel up to the remote Indigenous community at One Arm Point for a trochus hatchery visit lead by Bardi Jawi locals, before visiting Cygnet Bay pearl farm to discover the complex process behind creating pearls along with lunch. Upgrade your tour to include a scenic flight over the stunning coast for a truly unforgettable experience.
Travel to the Kimberley's Dampier Peninsula, on a 4-wheel-drive day trip from Broome, with the option to return to Broom by plane. As you traverse the remote landscape by 4WD, admire the stark yet stunning scenery of white-sand beaches, red cliffs and the turquoise Indian Ocean. Select from two options when booking—traveling both ways by 4WD or flying back to Broome, instead, for aerial views.
If you've already seen Broome from ground-level, get an entirely different view of the area's interesting landscapes on a helicopter ride. Marvel at the long stretch of white sand that is the famed Cable Beach as you soar into the air. Head north over Willie Creek Pearl Farm and keep your camera ready for shots of the contrasting colors of Gantheaume Point, the rugged red Pindan Cliffs, and low-level aerial view of Chinatown before returning to land.
This day tour to Mitchell Falls is the quick and easy way to explore this remote part of north-western Australia with confidence. After your flight from Broome, hike for 2.5 miles through forest and past Aboriginal rock art to reach Mitchell Falls. Stop for a picnic lunch, take a refreshing dip in the waterfalls, and finish with a sightseeing helicopter ride over the falls.
Experience the Kimberley from above on this incredible half-day helicopter and pearl farm tour from Broome. Marvel at the beautiful aerial landscapes as you soar through the sky, flying over Cable Beach and the colorful cliffs and turquoise waters of Roebuck Bay on your way to Willie Creek. When you arrive, visit an award-winning family-run pearl farm to learn about sustainable pearl-farming and discover the history of pearling in Broome.
View the Buccaneer Archipelago from the air and explore Cape Leveque on the ground during this half-day tour by fixed-wing airplane. You'll also see other natural attractions in West Kimberley such as the Kimbolton Ranges, Fitzroy River, Horizontal Waterfalls, and Thousand Islands. Choose a morning or afternoon tour that includes breakfast or afternoon tea, transfers and flights, and hotel pickup and drop-off in Broome.
Nature and wildlife lovers will enjoy the chance to see snubfin dolphins, turtles, sea snakes, and a variety of birds in their natural habitat. From Broome you'll cruise along the coast to admire the views of Gantheaume Point, Reddell Beach, Roebuck Bay, and more. Your marine biologist guide will tell you all about the local area and its wildlife as you go.
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