From fiery red ochre cliffs contrasting with bright turquoise waters to pearl diving sagas and dinosaur footprints – the history of Broome is as captivating as the scenery.Situated in the State’s far north, a two and a half hour flight from Perth, it’s an oasis of colour, culture and eclectic characters. The chilled out vibe, colourful lifestyle and vibrant landscape have made Broome a mecca for artists, writers and musicians.

Experience the remote Kimberley and visit three local icons: the Boab Prison Tree, Windjana Gorge and Tunnel Creek. Heading north cross the Fitzroy River and visit the Boab Prison Tree, once used to house convicts. Travel inland along the Gibb River Road to Windjana Gorge. Head to the day's highligh
Experience Geikie Gorge, one of the marvels of the Kimberley region, and learn of ancient Aboriginal culture. Journey into Geikie Gorge via Fitzroy Crossing. Enjoy a picnic lunch before joining a Darngku Heritage Cruise, hosted by local Bunuba Cultural guides. Enjoy an easy short walk along the bank
Depart Broome early this morning, and travel north towards Cape Leveque. Stop for morning tea at Beagle Bay, home to the Sacred Heart Church with its glimmering pearl shell alter. Then visit the One Arm Point Community, where you’ll witness the dramatic tidal flows of the Buccaneer Archipelago and
Experience the multicultural heart and soul of Broome through its local delicacies. This is a town tour with a difference - the perfect introduction to Broome for travellers who are keen to explore a different side of this diverse outback town: friendly people, secret places, colourful history and e