Water activity

Broome: Dampier Peninsula, Indigenous Communities & Sea Tour

2.7 / 5

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Activity provider: Australian Pinnacle Tours

Broome: Dampier Peninsula, Indigenous Communities & Sea Tour

Activity provider: Australian Pinnacle Tours

From US$ 358.59 per person

Journey up the Dampier Peninsula to learn about indigenous communities, followed by lunch and a tour at the Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm. Enjoy an exciting sea safari to explore the Buccaneer Peninsula.

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Duration 12.5 hours
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Live tour guide
Pickup included
Hotel pick-ups are available, from select Broome hotels.


  • Visit the famous Sacred Heart Church, and see its Pearl Shell Altar
  • Visit remote indigenous communities
  • Enjoy a tour and chef-prepared lunch at Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm
  • Experience an exhilarating sea safari on the Buccaneer Archipelago
  • Join a tour of the Trochus Shell Hatchery & Aquaculture Centre
Full description
After pickup from your hotel in Broome, head north on Cape Leveque Road. Travelling over rugged terrain on the unsealed sections of the road, your first stop will be the Beagle Bay Aboriginal Community. Visit the famous Sacred Heart Church, with its exquisite Pearl Shell Altar, built in 1918 by the Pallottine Monks. Heading further north to One Arm Point, also known as Ardyaloon, visit another remote indigenous community, with amazing views of the Buccaneer Archipelago. Here you will enjoy a guided visit of the Trochus Shell Hatchery & Aquaculture Centre. Get an insight into aquaculture and the strong connection the Bardi Jawi have to their country as saltwater people. Marvel at the diverse range of locally-crafted products and beautiful polished shells, which are also available to buy as a souvenir. Next stop is Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm ,where you will tuck into a chef-prepared lunch, followed by a tour of the farm, which is Australia’s oldest operating pearl farm. Following the tour, take the opportunity to visit their showroom to see where some of the finest South Sea Pearls are grown and harvested. Finally, head out on an adventurous and exhilarating 2-hour sea safari on the Buccaneer Archipelago, famous for its enormous tidal rushes, standing waves and intense whirlpools.
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off from your accommodation in Broome
  • Entry to Beagle Bay Aboriginal Community
  • Trochus Shell Hatchery & Aquaculture Centre guided tour
  • Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm guided tour
  • Chef-prepared lunch at Cygnet Bay
  • 2-hour sea safari
    Not suitable for
    • Children under 2 years
    • Pregnant women
    • People with back problems
    Covid-19 precautions
    Safety measures in place
    • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
    • The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds

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    Important information

    What to bring

    • Comfortable shoes
    • Sun hat
    • Swimwear
    • Camera
    • Sunscreen
    • Water

    Not allowed

    • Oversize luggage

    Know before you go

    • The tour operates from May to late September on Sunday, Tuesday and Friday
    • The hotel pickup time will be earlier than the tour starting time and will be confirmed after booking
    • Pickup is available from or near selected hotels only. This is due to traffic restrictions, urban clearways, and the location of permitted coach stopping/waiting bays
    • Please advise the local tour provider of any dietary requirements when booking
    • Minimum numbers apply. There is a possibility of cancellation after confirmation if there are not enough passengers to meet requirements. In the event of this occurring, you will be offered an alternative date or full refund
    Customer reviews

    Overall rating

    2.7 /5

    based on 3 reviews

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    July 24, 2021

    The sea Safarie was amazing but the rest was very disappointing. The Indigenous Community are close since months and yet it is still advertised and sold. We where only informed about it a few days before departure. We also never made it to Cape Leveque because the Sea safari was running late. So if you would like to explore Cape Leveque you can not book the Sea Safari. Again no communication about that and it is not clear when you book it. Evan our driver was great but not happy about the title of the tour and how it was/is sold.

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    September 7, 2021

    August 6, 2022

    Product ID: 391403