Full Day Cape Leveque, Aboriginal Communities and High Tides Sea Safari
Journey to the tip of the Dampier Peninsula to experience the remote coastal wilderness area of Cape Leveque and local Aboriginal Communities.
Tour Code: CLS/CLSF (depending on tour inclusions)
Please note: If booking the FLY OPTION, individual weights must be advised on booking screen.
7:00am Sun, Tues & Fri
(14/05/2019 - 31/09/2019 ONLY)
5:00pm finish with Fly Option (approximately)
Coach & Cruise
- Tour Highlights
Beagle Bay Aboriginal Community
A traditional Aboriginal Community located on the Western Side of the Dampier Peninsula, this community was establish around the 1890s and is well known for carrying for the Aboriginal children of the Stolen Generation.
Pearl Shell Altar
This beautiful Pearl Shell Altar can be found at the famous Sacred Heart Church that was built in 1918 by the local Aborigines and Pallotine Monks.
Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm
A well renowned pearl farm situated at the tip of the Dampier Peninsula, whilst here take a tour of the farm, learn about the history of the pearling industry and enjoy a chef prepared lunch.
This iconic landmark is the northernmost tip of the Dampier Peninsula in the Kimberley region and is approximately 240km north of Broome. The wide stretches of sandy beaches are known to be the nesting place for wild turtles and a number of sea birds.
Enjoy a 2 hour sea safari on the Buccaneer Archipelago fame for enormous tidal rush, standing waves and intense whirlpools.
Just a few kilometres out of Broome we head north on Cape Leveque Road. Travelling over rugged terrain on the unsealed sections of the road, our first stop is Beagle Bay Aboriginal Community. Here we visit the famous Sacred Heart Church with its exquisite Pearl Shell Altar, built in 1918 by the Pallotine Monks.
Heading further north, our next stop is One Arm Point. One Arm Point is a remote Indigenous community with amazing views of the Buccaneer Archipelago. Here, we enjoy a guided visit to the trochus hatchery and learn about the Bardi Jawis strong connection to their rich culture and saltwater traditions. Visit the aquaculture centre, where a range of local art and artefacts can be admired and purchased (cash only).
Next stop is Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm situated on the tip of the Dampier Peninsula. Enjoy a chef prepared lunch followed by a Pearl Farm Tour. A family owned business, it is Australia’s oldest operating Pearl Farm. An opportunity also to visit their showroom, where you will see some of the finest South Sea Pearls grown and harvested.
For the inner adventurer, next is an exhilarating 2-hour sea safari on the Buccaneer Archipelago famed for enormous tidal rush, standing waves and intense whirlpools.
We bid farewell to those that have chosen the Scenic Flight (must be pre-booked), before heading back to Broome on the coach. Arriving approximately 7:30pm. A drop off to your hotel is included.
There is no accommodation on this tour.
Below prices are valid for travel from 14 May 2019 – 31 September 2019:
4WD Tour with lunch and Sea Safari option
- Adult $469
- Concession $449
- Child (4-12 years) $369
- Infant (0-3 years) $50
4WD Tour with lunch, Sea Safari and fly option
- Adult $769
- Concession $749
- Child (4-12 years) $669
- Infant (0-3 years) $50
Please note – Infant Price (0-3) $50 – Food is not included. Travellers wishing to return to Broome via air can choose the Fly Option. Individual weights and passenger names must be advised when booking the Fly Option. Please advise of any dietary requirements at time of booking.