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What to do in Broome

Visit Cape Leveque and Aboriginal Communities

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Great for
  • Adventure
  • Beaches & boats

Journey north from Broome to the Dampier Peninsula, a remote coastal wilderness area, exploring many of cultural and historical highlights of this region. Stop off at the Beagle Bay Aboriginal community, see a dazzling pearl altar in an early 20th century church, and enjoy lunch at the Cygnet Bay pearl farm. In the afternoon there's plenty of time to relax on the dazzling white sands of Cape Leveque, and take a dip in sparkling turquoise waters. For the ultimate experience, upgrade to a scenic flight back to Broome.

Return 4WD from £159 per person

4WD out and fly back from £334 per person

Please Note: Tour operates on Tuesday, Friday and Sunday between mid May and beginning September, departing Broome at 7am and approximately 12 hours in duration. Tour requires minimum 6 passengers to operate. Includes hotel pick up and drop off, lunch and afternoon tea.

Broome Sights and Cable Beach

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Great for
  • Beaches & boats
  • Visiting friends & family
  • Wildlife & nature

Begin in Chinatown with fascinating stories of this colourful precinct, before driving through the old town to learn of the architecture and history. Sample ales at the Matsos Broome Brewery, discover dinosaur footprints at Gantheaume Point,  and finish off with a camel ride along stunning Cable Beach as the sun sets. 

From £48 per adult

Please Note: Tour departs Monday, Wednesday and Friday between May and September, at approx 12.30pm and is 6 hours in duration.

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