A great way to spend a full day is to take one of our 4WD's along the Cape-Leveque Road and drive to Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm.
Located at the top of the Dampier Peninsula, they offer luxury accommodation, but this trip can be done in a day!
We recommend to check out the Cygnet Bay Tours they offer. Or one of our helpful Broome Broome staff can help you decide which one to book (or we can book this for you).
With stunning views, gorgeous pearls, and a classy restaurant looking out to the ocean, Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm is a must do!
The Broome Bird Observatory is dedicated to the conservation of migatory shorebirds. Located just 25km from Broome, the Broome Bird Observatory is considered the most signifiacnt site for shorebirds in Australia.
Roebuck Bay has the greatest diversity of shorebird species of any site on the planet and around 150,000 of these birds visit annually. The magnificent coastal scenery of the bay provides a fitting backdrop for the birds and is a stunning attraction in its own right. As a day visitor you can walk the self guided botanical trails, enjoy the beach, observe the shorebirds and relax in the shadehouse which overlooks the bird baths, a great place to spot the local bush birds.
There is no entrance fee, just a request for a donation. There is also overnight accommodation in the campground, units or self contained cottage. Whilst a longer stay will suit those wishing to go on a guided tour.
Visit Broome Bird Observatory for more info
12 Mile District
This can be done in any of our cars!
After all of your wildlife adventures, stop in at the Mango Farm for delicious woodfire pizzas, homemade curries and award winning mango wine, one of the Kimberley's most flourishing fruits!
Located 16km's north of Broome head up for their daily 3pm feeding.
Passionate and knowledgeable handlers will lead you around all of the parks Salties, Freshies and Alligators while they get a feast.
You can see them up close and personal and get some fascinating information on some of the only remaining living dinosaurs
The Roebuck Roadhouse is a great place to have a meal and see some unique memorabilia.
Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. You will see why the locals love this roadhouse!
Broome Day Tour - Set off for a local day of Adventure in Broome. This can be done in any of our vehicles, most of the days of the year (weather permitting), so we highly recommend this route!
Take your Broome Broome car rental down to Chinatown. Shop for pearls, snacks (for your beach picnic later on) and local fashions. Make a stop at Short Street Art Gallery and Black Stump Art Gallery before finishing at Australia's most isolated brewery, Matsos. You have to try one of their famous Ginger and Mango Beers. They also have a great lunch and dinner menu if you're feeling a bit peckish.
We recommend a detour to the Broome Museum and then continuing to the historic Japanese cemetery.
From here, drive over to Gantheume Point to see the Dinosaur footprints and the lighthouse from the spectacular red cliffs.
Visit one of Australia's most iconic beaches, Cable Beach. Have a swim, pack some snacks and relax under an umbrella and watch the camels walk by (or better yet, let us book you on a sunset camel ride!).
Finish your big day out around Broome at one of the local restaurants. We recommend the Aarli Bar, Broome Golf Course or The Wharf Restaurant.
To drive to Willie Creek Pearl Farm, a small 4WD is required.
Transfers with local pick up and drop off are available also.
Contact Broome Broome Car Rentals to take advantage of the Willie Creek package which includes car rental and the Pearl Farm tour!
Call 08 9192 2210 or Email reservations@BroomeBroome.com.au