Our Dampier Peninsula all day tour allows you to explore the Dampier Peninsula in 4WD luxury - and the only tour company offering an on board toilet! Learn about Aboriginal communities and marvel at the sights of the Cape Leveque peninsula. After an included a chef prepared plated lunch, head enjoy the sights of Cygnet Bay before heading back to Perth.

Why not upgrade to ultimate luxury by taking a scenic plane ride back to Brorome instead of by coach.
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Stop At: Broome-Cape Leveque Rd 240 km north of Broome, Dampier Peninsula, Western Australia 6725 Australia

This iconic landmark is the northernmost tip of the Dampier Peninsula in the Kimberley region and is approximately 240km north of Broome. The wide stretches of sandy beaches are known to be the nesting place for wild turtles and a number of sea birds.

Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: One Arm Point Trochus Hatchery and Aquarium, H37G+46 Ardyaloon, Western Australia, Ardyaloon WA 6725, Australia

A remote Indigenous community with amazing views of of the Buccaneer Archipelago. Enjoy a guided visit of the trochus hatchery and learn about the Bardis Jawis' strong connection to their rich culture and saltwater traditions.

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm Tours, Dampier Peninsula, Western Australia Australia

A well renowned pearl farm situated at the tip of the Dampier Peninsula, whilst here take a tour of the farm, learn about the history of the pearling industry and enjoy a chef prepared lunch.

Duration: 2 hours


DayTrip120801 - 5/5
Great day all together, the scenic flight was the absolute highlight, so unique to see the area from that perspective. Our pilot Tom was great!
sherylframe2015 - 4/5
Adams service was outstanding. We were picked up on time, Nathan can be highly commended for his service and attention to detail. Unfortunately most Aboriginal communities are closed to visitors so that part didn’t happen. The highlight of the trip was the boat ride from Cygnet Pearly Farm through the currents and whirlpools - hats off to skipper Lou whose knowledge of the area and marine life is awesome. Cygnet Pearl Farm was interesting. Lunch was very second rate - my 8 year old grandkids can cook rice better that what was served. Unfortunately the bus had a mechanical fault and Nathan couldn’t bring us back to BROOME but he was able to arrange for everyone to transfer to another tour company who very kindly took us back to BROOME. I would definitely recommend this trip as a highlight in BROOME
Ajith_K - 3/5
Nathan the tour guide was good and informative. A little disappointed with the entire tour. The tour was rushed. There wasn’t any time given to explore Cape Leveque. Too much time on the bus and not enough time exploring. Need to provide people with more opportunities to relax and enjoy the beautiful scenery.
Maria_C - 1/5
The Cape Leveque and Aboriginal.Communities Tour with Adams was SUCH a disappointment! They contacted me to tell me that Beagle Bay was closed but I told them that I was interested only if there was Indiginous cultural content. They sent through their itinerary which (in BOLD) stated "Aboriginal Commnity'. We drove through a collection of buildings but didn't see a soul and weren't told anything about them. Even the Hatchery tour, although lead by an Aboriginal man was purely about aquaculture and nothing to do with the Aboriginal people. Nathan, the tour guide, grudgingly offered ONE small bottle of water (only once asked) in the entire day and although happy to talk about himself, told us little to nothing about the areas or the peoples. Will NOT use Adams again!!
Anjelica_S - 5/5
This was a great day out! Nathan our guide was lovely and very knowledgeable about the area. Definitely recommend!
Rob G - 5/5
Traveled to Cape Leveque from Broome in a 4 wheel drive coach driven by our Guide Evan who provided an amusing and very knowledgeable commentary throughout the day. Couldn't visit Beagle Bay due to Covid restrictions but the rest of the day compensated us fully. The Aquarium Trochus Shell Hatchery at One Arm Point was great and the Aboriginal guide was passionate and gave a really interesting tour. We went on for a beautiful Lunch at Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm followed by a look around the farm and the harvesting of what turned out to be a $3500 pearl! We opted to do the Sea Safari from Cygnet Bay. This is about an hour and a half trip out to the fringes of the Buccaneer Archipelago. Spectacular scenery, great guides provided insight into local Aboriginal culture, geology as we enjoyed this exhilarating and breathtaking experience. We the transferred to Cape Leveque where we boarded our light aircraft for the 1 hour scenic flight back to Broome. Flying down the Dampier coast at 700-1500 feet meant that we got glorious views of the pristine beaches, rugged red pindan cliffs and mangrove swamps. Our Pilot Ben (3) of Air Kimberley was great and provided a running commentary for the duration of the flight. Not the cheapest of trips if you add in all of the options but if you decide to do this tour, you will be left with unique life long memories.
L6248GFkimf - 5/5
My wife and I spent a great day with Evan Davis on our trip to cape Leveque. He delivered a delightful commentary on the interesting points along the way. Had a great lunch at cygnet bay. Recommend this for anyone looking for something interesting and a great day out … thanks Evan
Grace_S - 5/5
Visiting the aboriginal community and hatchery, the swim at Cape Leveque and all three knowledgeable, friendly and helpful guides. A great day.
Janice_B - 2/5
It was disappointing that the aboriginal communities were not open and we didn’t know. We were told the church was not available but not the communities Morning tea was on the side of the road with no facilities. When we finally got to the hatchery, we were told to tag on to a tour that had already started. We couldn’t see the tanks or what was going on. Obviously we were running late because we had a set time for the restaurant and there would not have been time for a full second tour Cygnet Bay, lunch and the Pearl farm tour were good Then some people left for a boat ride which meant at the next stop we had 1 1/2 hours to take a swim and sit around and wait. We got there 1 minute before the coffee shop closed so not everyone could get a coffee It was a very long day with little results
Mark-B - 5/5
BEST EVER EXPERIENCE 4wd tour Absolutely would recommend this tour. Loved the Emma Gorge. Swimming in the gorge big highlight for our experience. So amazingly stunning The 4wd vehicle bus was comfortable and great to have a day where you don’t have to drive and do anything. The tour guides were all very helpful with information and lotsa fun. El Questro was pack with spectacular views. Zeebee warm water springs just lovely under the canopy of a rain forest. El Questro station so fabulous. Lunch served steak or Barra delicious. Then the Chambilan river cruise spectacular over 2 hours of serenity, fab photos, great info and guides. So much to see and experience, fish feeding wine and fruit platter provided too. 5 STARS. Natalie and Mark for Geraldton.


  • Lunch
  • Driver/guide
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off (if option selected)
  • Air-conditioned vehicle
  • Entry/Admission - One Arm Point Trochus Hatchery and Aquarium
  • Entry/Admission - Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm Tours


  • Gratuities

Terms & Conditions

    For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start time of the experience.

Additional Information

    • Confirmation will be received within 48 hours of booking, subject to availability
    • Not wheelchair accessible
    • Infants must sit on laps
    • Infant meals not included
    • For flight return option individual weights must be supplied in notes section of booking form
    • Near public transportation
    • Due to local restrictions at the time of your tour we cannot guarantee we will visit all itinerary locations, however we will endeavour to fulfill the itinerary as best possible.
    • Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level
    • This experience requires good weather. If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund
    • This experience requires a minimum number of travelers. If it’s canceled because the minimum isn’t met, you’ll be offered a different date/experience or a full refund
    • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 27 travelers
    • Face masks required for guides in public areas
    • Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
    • Social distancing enforced throughout experience
    • Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
    • Gear/equipment sanitized between use
    • Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized
    • Guides required to regularly wash hands