01 Apr - 31 Oct: Daily except SaturdayDuration
12 hoursStart time
Start Time: 0700h (07:00am)
Duration: 12 hours
Your hotel in Broome. (We would require your hotel details in order to arrange your pick up. If you do not have this information at the time of booking, please contact the local activity operator at least 48 hours prior to the start of the tour with these details)Ending Point
Your hotel in Broome.
Learn more about the Beagle Bay and the Lombadina Aboriginal Community and see the fascinating and exquisite Pearl Shell Altar in a church built in 1918 by Pallotine Monks.
On this tour, you will also have time at leisure to explore the scenic beauty of the beach and perhaps, enjoy a swim in the clear blue waters.
For anyone interested in Australia’s natural beauty and the Aborigines, this tour is a must.
This tour is available in options: you could either enjoy the tour in a 4WD, or you could travel in a 4WD and take a return flight back, or you could opt for the 4 WD, fly and scenic flight option.
You will be picked up from your hotel in Broome or Cable Beach and will travel in a 4 WD through the rugged terrain of this region. As you listen to expert commentary by your driver you will stop along the way to explore cultural and historical aspects of the peninsula, with the first break for morning tea at Beagle Bay Aboriginal Community. Learn more about the beliefs and customs of this community and also se the exquisite Pearl Shell Altar in a church built in 1918 by the Pallotine Monks.
Continue further north to the coastal wilderness of Cape Leveque which is situated at the tip of the Dampier Peninsula. See the stunning western beach where the red cliffs meet the ocean (please note this is subject to vehicle access at that time). Enjoy a 4WD onto the beach and you will have approximately two hours to enjoy the beach. You may swim or stroll along the coastline. During this period, you will also enjoy a delicious picnic lunch.
Later, board the vehicle and on the return journey, you will stop to visit the Lombadina Aboriginal Community with whom you will enjoy afternoon tea. Enjoy an Aborigine-guided tour here (when available) and learn more about this community and their lifestyle. You may have the opportunity to purchase traditional hand crafted works made from trochus shell, ebony and pearl shell and view the community church, considered a bush architecture masterpiece.
After that, travel back to your hotel in Broome or Cable Beach where the tour ends.
If you opted for the 4WD and fly option, you will travel in a vehicle from your hotel to Cape Leveque. You will return from Cape Leveque along the Dampier Peninsula coastline back to Broome in a light aircraft. The rest of the tour remains the same.
If you opted for the 4 WD/fly and scenic flight option, you will enjoy a light aircraft flight from Broome to Cape Leveque and another scenic flight over the Buccaneer Archipelago Islands where you will be able to see the picturesque Horizontal Waterfall and the Cockatoo Island. You will return to Broome by 4 WD. The rest of the tour remains the same.
Please call the activity operator at least 24 hours prior to start of the tour for reconfirming departure details.
This tour requires a minimum of 6 passengers to operate. If you book this tour and the minimum of 6 passengers is not met then you will be given the option to move to another departure date or a full refund will be given.
Tours are active. A fair to moderate degree of fitness is required.
Itinerary alterations may occur due to road or weather conditions, accommodation availability, strikes, public holidays, cultural and religious traditions.
On Sunday departures, the Lombadina craft shop is not open.
Voucher information: You must print and surrender a paper version of your booking voucher for this activity (showing your voucher on a smartphone is not accepted). No refund can be given for customers without a printed copy of their voucher.
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