Broome
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Our most recommended Broome Day Trips

Cable Beach: 1-Hour Sunset Camel Ride

1. Cable Beach: 1-Hour Sunset Camel Ride

Meet the gorgeous camels of Broome, and give them a pat while the staff take a photo for you with your camera! On this 1-hour activity you’ll see the sun set over the Indian Ocean as you ride on a camel specially chosen for you. After everyone has arrived there will be a safety introduction provided by Alison Bird, the longest-serving camel ride operator in Broom. She’ll tell you about her experiences with camels throughout the West Australian outback. Watch as she shows you how to mount and dismount your camel. Alison will then choose a camel specifically for you to ride. The staff will assist you in mounting the camel, and when everyone in the group is ready to go, the camel train makes it way to the water’s edge. Take in the fantastic views of the Indian Ocean, and listen as the staff tell you the story of the camel in Australia. Watch in awe as the sun sets over the ocean. Hand over your camera to the staff for them to take some photographs as you enjoy your walk along the beach. Towards the end of the ride, you’ll be reminded about how to safely dismount. After you’re back on firm ground you’ll get to treat the camel with a well-deserved carrot.

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Broome: 45-Minute Pre-Sunset Cable Beach Camel Ride

2. Broome: 45-Minute Pre-Sunset Cable Beach Camel Ride

On this tour you can admire the views of the ocean as you enjoy a 45-minute camel ride along Cable Beach in Broome. At the starting point, you can check-in with the friendly staff and leave your belongings in the locked vehicle. You will then be introduced to the gorgeous camels, where the staff will allow you to give them a pat and will even take a photo for you on your camera. Once everyone has arrived, you will join together with the group for the safety induction with Alison Bird, Broome's most experienced and longest-serving camel operator. Listen as she tells you about her experience with camels through the West Australian outback, and watch as she carefully shows you how to mount and dismount your camel. You will then have a camel chosen specifically for you to ride. You will be personally assisted on top of your camel by the friendly and well-trained staff. When everyone is on board, it is time for the camel train to make its way down close to the water. Walk along the beach atop your camel and enjoy the fantastic views of the Indian Ocean. The staff will tell you the story of your camel, and you can take the opportunity to ask questions about your personal camel, about camels in general, or about Broome. You can also hand over your camera to the staff for them to take some photographs for you as you enjoy your walk along the beach. Towards the end of the ride, you will be reminded how to safely dismount from your camel. After the ride is over and you are back on the ground, you can say goodbye to your camel and head over to the check-in area to view and/or purchase the professional photos taken during your tour as well as the quality merchandise on offer.

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From Broome: Cape Leveque 4WD Tour & Optional Return Flight

3. From Broome: Cape Leveque 4WD Tour & Optional Return Flight

Just a few kilometers out of Broome, head north on Cape Leveque Road. Journey over rugged terrain on unsealed sections of road to your first stop, Beagle Bay Aboriginal Community. Enjoy morning tea and see the famous pearl-shell alter of the Sacred Heart Church. Head further north to Lombodina, where traditional owners will take you on a guided walk of their community. Visit their craft shop where you will find many local handmade products. Next stop is Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm for a chef prepared lunch followed by an insightful tour of the pearl farm. Enjoy an afternoon swim in the beautiful turquoise waters of Kooljaman. Sit back and relax or stroll along the sandy white beach. Opt for the return scenic flight (must be pre-booked) down the beautiful coast to arrive in Broome at approximately 5:00 PM or head back to Broome by coach, arriving at approximately 7:30 PM.

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From Broome: Windjana Gorge, Tunnel Creek & Boab Prison Tree

4. From Broome: Windjana Gorge, Tunnel Creek & Boab Prison Tree

Begin your day trip into the Kimberley region with an early morning pick-up in Broome. Travel east over the Willare Bridge, crossing the mighty Fitzroy River. Stop at one of the Kimberley’s most famous landmarks the massive ancient Boab Prison Tree, once used to house convicts. Continue east through the Kimberley Cattle country and journey along the famous Gibb River Road. Arrive at Windjana Gorge and enjoy a scrumptious picnic lunch. The gorge is a renowned freshwater crocodile spotting site. Keep an eye out for wildlife hiding in the Lennard River that runs through Windjana Gorge. Limestone walls rise more than 100 meters and are home to fossils of shells and sea creatures. Afterwards, head to Tunnel Creek, a 750-meter long flooded cavern. Wade through knee to thigh high water and hear the story of Jandamarra. The tunnel features many beautiful formations and is home to a variety of bats, olive pythons and freshwater crocodiles. Enjoy a swim at the end of the tunnel in a waterhole before heading back to afternoon tea. Begin the return journey to Broome as the sun sets. There will be time to stop en-route for dinner (at your own expense). Arrive in Broome at approximately 10:00 PM. 

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Broome: Cape Leveque, Indigenous Communities and Sea Safari

5. Broome: Cape Leveque, Indigenous Communities and Sea Safari

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.

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Broome: Creek and Coast 45-Minute Scenic Flight

6. Broome: Creek and Coast 45-Minute Scenic Flight

See incredible colours and unique coastal scenery on this 45 minute scenic tour with a highly experienced local pilot who’ll provide a detailed commentary during the flight. Departing Broome, you’ll experience unique low level views of Cable Beach as you fly north towards Willie Creek. Overflying the pearl farm, marvel at the breathtaking tidal movements, and keep an eye out for the resident saltwater crocs. Head north across the flats to see wild horses, and past Barred Creek to Quondong Point and the unique reef and distinctive cliffs. Returning south down Cable Beach, look out for marine life in the shallow reefs and aqua waters. Experience stunning views of the Gantheaume Point lighthouse and red cliffs, then fly over Broome Jetty and Roebuck Bay to complete your breathtaking scenic flight.

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From Broome: Dampier Peninsula Discoverer Helicopter Ride

7. From Broome: Dampier Peninsula Discoverer Helicopter Ride

Discover the breathtaking coastline of Australia’s Kimberley region on this exciting trip through the sky. Get picked up from your hotel in Broome, then kick back and enjoy the ride. Don’t forget your camera, so you can capture the spectacular views from the Discoverer Helicopter. Fly low across the unique terrain of Kimberley’s bush and cattle country. Soar to the northern tip of the Dampier Peninsula and watch the landscape change. Head up to Cygnet Bay and pass over shallow waters teeming with marine life. Stretch your legs and explore Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm. If you’re feeling it, you can grab a bite here too. Journey back over the dusty, red cliffs of Cape Leveque and James Price Point, contrasted against white beaches and shimmering waves.

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What people are saying about Broome

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 40 reviews

Easy to find on Cable Beach and we’ll organised. Alison was really friendly and once everyone had arrived organised each group with a camel. The people assisting were absolutely lovely making you feel comfortable and taking photos of you and your camel and the group as well as the beach setting which turned out to be great photos. Really enjoyed the experience and would recommend anyone to try it out.

Fantastic day, thank you we enjoyed every minute, sadly we were unable to go to Tunnel Creek due to a rock fall nevertheless an enjoyable day

Great experience. Lovely French couple who very knowledgeable and a very caring owner of the camels who are obviously well loved. Beautiful

Amazing service - attention to detail and friendly staff

Staff were great, ride was just the right amount of time