This wonderful tour highlights and history of Broome. Learn about it's heritage and current colourful alfresco lifestyle (with an optional sunset camel ride). During this tour you will see Chinatown, Sun Pictures, Old Broome, Matso's Broome Brewery, Japanese Cemetery, Broome Port, Gantheaume Point, Dinosaur footprints, Anastasia's Pool, Cable Beach Sunset + an Optional Camel Ride.
Enjoying a full commentary, we begin in Chinatown hearing fascinating stories of this colourful precinct. Whilst here we call into a pearl shop and enjoy a historical sound show at the famous Sun Pictures, the worlds oldest operating open air picture garden (now listed in the Guinness World Records). We take a drive through Old Broome to view typical Broome architecture and old Pearling Masters homes then view the aqua waters of Roebuck Bay at Town Beach and learn of Broome's One Day War. We then stop at Matsos Broome Brewery to sample their hand made ales and famous ginger beer (complimentary tasting included).
Afterwards, visit the Japanese Cemetery and Broome Port, the base for many of todays Pearling vessels. Then travel by Riddell Beach and the Broome Race Course, before taking an easy paced walk at Gantheaume Point known for dinosaur footprints and hear the story of Anastasia's Pool.
We then drive down onto Cable Beach for sunset (subject to beach conditions), to watch the sun disappear into the horizon. If you select the Sunset Nibbles option, relax and enjoy a stroll, swim or light refreshments (included) as we witness one of Cable Beach's famous sunsets. For those joining the Sunset Camel Ride, enjoy an iconic Broome experience as you join a beach camel ride as the sun sets on Cable Beach.
A drop off to your accommodation is provided or you may like to enjoy a cocktail or dinner at one of the nearby cafes at approximately 6:00pm.
Matsos Broome Brewery
Sunset Camel Ride (optional)
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NOTE: The 2014 - 2015 season rates are valid from the 1st April 2014 - 31st March 2015. The 2015 - 2016 season rates commence on the 1st April 2015.