Beagle Bay & Kooljaman
Today we travel by 4WD along the Dampier Peninsula, where we will witness the extraordinary blend of pristine beaches and long coastline towns, rich in traditional Aboriginal culture. The first stop of the tour is Beagle Bay Aboriginal Community, where we will see the Beagle Bay Church with its glimmering pearl shell altar. Later in the afternoon, our journey takes us to the beautiful Cape Leveque, where we will make camp on the edge of the Indian Ocean. In the evening, enjoy a warm Kimberley sunset with a BBQ dinner under the stars.
Two Nights Accommodation: Camping, Mini Dome or Deluxe Safari Cabin options
Cape Leveque & cygnet bay pearl farm
You will enjoy a long leisure filled day at your own pace as we stay to discover the wonders of Cape Leveque. This cape is the most remote peninsula in the far north, and has some of Australia’s most deserted beaches- a great base to escape the bustling city life. Your activities for the day may include a snorkeling trip (equipment provided), glass bottom boat ride or a scenic flight over the island archipelago and Horizontal Falls. Alternatively, you may decide to indulge in a little relaxation on the beach, sunbath and swim. In the afternoon, we will visit Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm - the oldest pearl farm in Australia. Enjoy an insight into the iconic and remote pearling industry on a guided tour, before we cruise the Islands of the Giant Tides. Tonight, we camp with our local hosts and learn of their traditions, culture and way of life.
One Arm Point & lombadina
On our last day we will travel to the One Arm Point Community at the very tip of the Dampier Peninsula. From here we visit the Community's aquaculture hatchery featuring barramundi, pearl and trochus shell. Further on, we enjoy lunch in the Lombadina Community. Driving back, keep an eye out for wildlife before arriving back in Broome, where our tour ends at approximately 5pm.