What To Expect
Travel north of Broome to the tip of the Dampier Peninsula and discover remote coastal wilderness and Aboriginal culture in this unspoilt section of the Kimberley.
Beagle Bay Aboriginal Community - noted for its historic church built during WW1
View the extraordinary handiwork of the Pearl Shell Altar created by Pallotine Monks
Visit remote Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm
Enjoy a chef prepared lunch
Get an insight into the Kimberley pearling industry
Cape Leveque - swim in the turquoise water, relax and have a cup of tea
Gain an insight into the indigenous way of life of the locals as you visit the Beagle Bay Aboriginal Community. See the historic Beagle Bay church built during World War I featuring an extraordinary Pearl Shell Altar created by Pallotine Monks.
Continue to Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm, where you will learn about Kimberley's pearling industry before enjoying a expertly-prepared lunch.
Finally, explore the magical remoteness of Cape Leveque. Enjoy a swim in the turquoise waters, have a cup of tea and embrace this beautiful hidden pocket of the Kimberley that will genuinely captivate your spirit.
Return to Broome by air directly after Cape Leveque beach.
Hotel pick up and drop off
Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm admission
Tips and gratuities
Optional activity costs
Tour travels on rough road conditions.
Our itinerary is subject to seasonal conditions.
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