Join a local expert at Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm and discover how the world's finest pearls are produced.
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Ride into the iconic Cable Beach sunset on the back of one of Broome's beloved camels.
Arrive in the fascinating pearling town of Broome and be transferred to the Cable Beach Club Resort and Spa. This evening, head to the Sunset Bar and Grill at your resort to see one of Australia’s best sunsets over the Indian Ocean.
Stay: Three Nights, Broome, Cable Beach Club Resort and SpaDaily :
After breakfast, enjoy a guided sightseeing tour and get an insight into Broome's diverse history. Learn about local Indigenous culture and the Japanese pearl divers who came to Broome in the mid 1880s, during which time it was known as ‘the pearling capital of the world’. Afterwards, visit the Malcolm Douglas Wilderness Wildlife Park. Run by the Douglas family, this crocodile and animal refuge is spread over 30 hectares and features some of the largest crocodiles on display in Australia. The park is also home to an array of colourful birdlife, rare white and black dingoes, kangaroos, wallaroos, wallabies and a cassowary. Later, Return to Cable Beach Club for dinner.Daily :
This morning, visit the award-winning Willie Creek Pearl Farm for a tour. Here you will learn about the process of cultured pearl farming and see first-hand how the most valuable pearls in the world are produced. Enjoy lunch and a beer tasting at the iconic Matso’s Broome Brewery, famous for its delicious Ginger Beer and Mango Beer. Later, embark on a spectacular sunset camel ride on Cable Beach.Daily :
Enjoy your final day in Broome at leisure. There are a number of remarkable and poignant sites to visit, or perhaps take a walk along the beautiful Cable Beach to Gantheaume Point.Daily :
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