Departing Broome sightseeing The Gibb River Road, Windjana Gorge, wade through Tunnel Creek, Lennard, Bell, Adcock, Galvans, Manning and Barnett River Gorges. Turkey Creek to Purnunulu National Park. Optional helicopter flights over the Bungle Bungles. Kununurra and out to Lake Argyle. Timber Creek, Victoria River, Katherine Hot Springs, Edith Fall, Adelaide River and Darwin.
he Canning Stock Route 15 day journey includes Fitzroy Crossing, Halls Creek, Billilluna Aboriginal Community, Lake Gregory (bird watchers paradise), Paraku Indigenous Protected Area, Wardabunni Rockhole, Durba Springs, Onegunyah Rockhole, Lake Disappointment, Glen Ayle Station, then the rich mineral & Gold rush areas around Wiluna and Newman.
Located just 38kms north of Broome, join us and discover the journey of the Australian South Sea Cultured Pearl from shell to showroom amidst the magnificent Kimberley landscape. With ever changing scenery and an array of things to do,
Discover the history of pearling in Broome and be captivated by the tale of ‘The Sea, The Men and The Legend’. Be captivated by 150 years of history as you discover how Broome’s unique maritime and pearling heritage unfolded amongst the mangroves on the foreshore of Dampier Creek.
Spend 9 days in the Kimberley seeing the best of everything from the Bungle Bungles, Tunnel Creek and spots along the Gibb River Road. See sights between Broome and Kununurra in the Kimberley.
This spectacular introduction to Broome should be your first port of call. See ancient rocky outcrops, rugged landscapes and pristine coastline as well as some of Broome’s most iconic landmarks.
Our award-winning tour gives a unique insight into the fascinating process of modern cultured pearl farming. Learn how pearl technicians seed and harvest oysters and discover exactly what makes the perfect pearl.