Tour ID: 10006677
This full day adventure (approx. 12 hours) to Cape Leveque, takes you through Dampier Land to enjoy the opportunity of meeting several Indigenous communities, visit the Aquaculture Hatchery and the spectacular pearl shell altar at Beagle Bay.
• Meet Indigenous members of the Beagle Bay communities and learn of their fascinating cultures deep within Dampier Land.
• Gasp at the creative beauty and symbolism of the pearl shell altar at the Beagle Bay Church.
• Explore the One Arm Point aquaculture hatchery, with its delightful collection of reef fish and trochus shells.
• Enjoy morning and afternoon tea, as well as a picnic lunch, to replenish your resources on this wonderful day tour.
• Swim, snorkel, sunbathe or take a walk at scenic Cape Leveque, before exploring the gardens and bush church.
Begin your culturally rewarding adventure by departing Broome at approximately 7:00 am (hotel pick up), journeying through magnificent 'Dampier Land’ to the Dampier Peninsula. The unique Kimberley landscape unfurls before you as you cross the principally Indigenous owned land of fiery red sands and rock carvings, up the 4WD track toward the peninsula, with guided commentary about the area's fascinating history.
Your first stop is for morning tea at the Beagle Bay Aboriginal Community. You will visit the spectacular pearl shell altar at the Beagle Bay Church. Mother of pearl, cowrie, olive and volute shells decorate the interior walls of the church, with mother of pearl the predominant shell used to adorn the main altar. Opercula – a rare stone taken from shellfish – are inlaid into the side altars. Much of the decoration are tribal symbols of the Nimanborr, Njul Njul and Bard people of the area, while others are Christian symbols representing a lamb, a fish and a shepherd's crook. Completed in 1917, it is one of the Kimberley's most historic landmarks.
From Beagle Bay, you will travel north to the remote One Arm Point Community, with spectacular views of Buccaneer Archipelago. Observe the unique tidal flows of the Kimberley and visit the Community’s aquaculture hatchery, with its collection of reef fish and trochus shells.
After a delightful picnic lunch, the afternoon is yours, at scenic Cape Leveque (Kooljaman). Snorkel, swim, or sunbathe on the pristine beaches, take a walk on the glistening sands, or just relax and enjoy the peace and calm of the spectacular coastline.
After departing Cape Leveque mid-afternoon, you will journey south for afternoon tea. Visit the bush timber church and enjoy the gardens before travelling back to Broome, arriving at your accommodation at approximately 6:30 pm.
Morning & Afternoon Tea, Lunch, Community entry fees, and Hatchery tour.
6:30 AM Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sun
Complimentary pick up from Broome hotels is available. Please add your accommodation on the booking form, pick up time will be advised when reconfirming tour.
Departs: Daily except Saturdays from April to October. Departs Mondays and Thursdays from November to March.
Departure time: 6:30am
Travellers should bring a broad-brimmed hat with sun visor, walking shoes, swimming costume & towel, personal water bottle, sunscreen and camera with spare film or memory cards & batteries.
Child prices apply to children between the ages of 4 and 12 years inclusive. This tour is not recommended for younger children as the days can be long, the distances travelled extended and the walks difficult for little legs. Concession/penioner rates apply to holders of Pension, Seniors, Student or YHA Cards.
We can cater for special dietary requirements, so please advise us when booking.
This tour may not be suitable for pregnant women or travellers with back problems.
Travel in luxury 4WD with air conditioning, reclining seats, personal adjustable air vents, great entertainment systems and walk-in luggage storage! These custom-built vehicles were designed for travel in the Kimberley and offer more leg room than most 4WD — no need to duck your head or tuck your knees in, just sit back and relax!
Broome and Cape Leveque
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