Broome Sightseeing Pass (Pass 2) - BSP2

Australian Pinnacle Tours - Broome

Camel Ride


A$750 (2 Passengers)

Departure Days:

11MAY-30SEP: Daily.

Afternoon Broome Town and Cable Beach Sunset tour - Monday, Wednesday, Friday.

Cape Leveque and Aboriginal Communities - Tuesday, Friday, Sunday.

Departure Time:

Afternoon Broome Town and Cable Beach Sunset tour - 12:30pm.

Cape Leveque and Aboriginal Communities - 07:00am.

Departure Point:

Broome Visitor Centre, 1 Hammersley Street.


Broome accommodation.


Broome accommodation.


Afternoon Broome Town and Cable Beach Sunset tour - light refreshments and nibbles at sunset.

Cape Leveque and Aboriginal Communities - lunch and afternoon tea.

Not Included:

- Personal expenses.


On Request


A$750 (2 Passengers)


- Return airport transfers.

- Afternoon Broome Town and Cable Beach Sunset tour.

- Luxury coach travel.

- Expert commentary.

- Dampier Peninsula and Aboriginal Communities 4WD (fly option not available).

What to Bring:

- Comfortable walking shoes.

- Hat.

- Light jacket.

- Camera.

- Items of personal nature.


Valid for 01APR21-31MAR23:
The Broome Sightseeing Pass 2 includes return airport transfers, the afternoon Broome Town Tour with Cable Beach Sunset, plus the Cape Leveque and Aboriginal Communities 4WD tour.

Afternoon Broome Town Tour and Cable Beach Sunset:

Beginning at Willie Creek, enjoy a sampler tour on the perils of the deep and hear what the early pearl divers had to endure. Next, travel to Chinatown to visit Sun Pictures, the world’s oldest operating picture gardens. Then stop at Matso’s Brewery to enjoy a beer tasting hosted by one of Matso’s knowledgable staff, including their famous ginger beer, before heading out of town. At Town Beach, learn of Broome’s One Day War before travelling on to the Japanese Cemetery which highlights the close ties the Japanese established between Broome and its pearling industry. Then visit Broome Port, which is known for being the largest deep-water access port servicing the Kimberley region. Afterwards, head to Gantheaume Point most commonly known for its red rock cliff face, dinosaur footprints and Anastasia’s Pool. Travelling on, enjoy a brief visit to the picturesque Cable Beach. Then head down to Gantheaume Beach to enjoy some light refreshments and nibbles and watch the sunset. A drop off to your hotel is included.

Dampier Peninsula and Aboriginal Communities 4WD:

Just a few kilometres out of Broome head north on Cape Leveque Road. Travelling over rugged terrain on the unsealed sections of the road, your first stop is Beagle Bay Aboriginal Community. Here visit the famous Sacred Heart Church with its exquisite Pearl Shell Altar, built in 1918 by the Pallotine Monks. Heading further north, the next stop is One Arm Point, a remote Indigenous community with amazing views of the Buccaneer Archipelago. Here, enjoy a guided visit to the trochus hatchery and learn about the Bardi Jawis strong connection to their rich culture and saltwater traditions. Visit the aquaculture centre, where a range of local art and artifacts can be admired and purchased (cash only). Next stop is Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm situated on the tip of the Dampier Peninsula. Enjoy a chef prepared lunch followed by a Pearl Farm Tour. A family owned business, it is Australia’s oldest operating Pearl Farm. An opportunity also to visit their showroom, where you will see some of the finest South Sea Pearls grown and harvested. Sit back and relax or enjoy a stroll along the beach at Cygnet Bay. Travel back to Broome by coach arriving approximately 7.30pm. Drop off at your hotel is included.

Child Policy:

Valid for 01APR21-31MAR23:
Infant: 0-3 years inclusive - free of charge.

Child: 4-12 years inclusive - child rates apply.

Infants are generally not recommended due to the large distances travelled. An infant also does not receive a seat or a meal. If a seat is required for an infant, child prices apply.

At all times, ADAMS Pinnacle Tours reserves the right to not accept a child on tours due to safety concerns.

Important Information:

Valid for 01APR21-31MAR23:
Tour Itineraries:

- Pinnacle Tours reserves the right to cancel departures or alter tour itineraries as deemed necessary. Itinerary alterations may occur due to road or weather conditions, accommodation availability, strikes, public holidays, cultural and religious traditions.


On Request