Popular Broome Tours - October to March
The busy Kimberley tourist season is winding down as many travellers head south for a milder climate after enjoying months of warm, Kimberley sunshine over the winter.
It is true that the Kimberley starts heading into the very warm and more humid summer months and inland travel is not recommended due to the heat, high humidity and possible early wet season storms. Consequently many tour operators who convey travellers to more remote locations, reduce or close operations and give staff a break.
Because of the ocean influences, Broome has a much milder summer season than inland. Sure, it gets humid and from late November to March there will be rains, but Broome’s rain usually arrives in short, heavy falls, rather than days of drizzle. The sunsets from Cable Beach following an afternoon thunderstorm are stunning and an early morning or late afternoon walk on Cable Beach is a must!
A relaxed stay in Broome in the summer months, with cool air-conditioned accommodation and a swimming pool onsite, can be just the escape you need after a busy year – or for charging up your batteries for a busy year ahead, but there are still tours to enjoy. Here are our favourites:
Fly the Falls
Fly from Broome to the Horizontal Waterfalls and view this world-famous location form the air, before landing at Cape Leveque where you will enjoy breakfast or lunch. Enroute back to Broome, fly over the coastline of the Dampier Peninsula with its numerous remote sandy beaches, bays and small communities.
Operates daily (except Christmas Day and weather permitting).
Sunset camel ride
No visit to Broome is complete without a sensational, sunset camel ride on Cable Beach. Operates daily, except Sunday.
Willie Creek Pearl Farm
This 4-hour tour takes you by air-conditioned coach from Broome to the Willie Creek Pearl Farm, located 38kms out of town. Your tour at the farm starts with the collection and spawning of oysters in a state-of-the-art hatchery, then moves on to the delicate operations of seeding and harvesting oysters, and finally the valuing of pearls and the creation of stunning jewellery. Includes morning or afternoon tea.
Tour operates 4 days a week from November to March. Daily April to October. Seniors tour rate available.
A 4.5 hour Discover Broome tour in an air-conditioned coach is the perfect way to start off your Broome holiday and get to know Broome and its major landmarks and local attractions.
The last stop of the tour is Pearl Luggers in the heart of Chinatown, where you’ll be treated to a Pearling Master’s high tea and a fascinating Pearl Luggers tour that delves into the history of pearl diving in Broome.
Tour operates 3 days a week from November to March. Daily April to October. Seniors tour rate available.
Broome Trike Tour
Take a ride on the wild side with a guided Harley or Custom Trike Tour. Take a town tour or add something special such as a ‘champagne sunset’.
Operates daily (except Christmas Day and all of February).
Mitchell Falls Explorer
The Mitchell Falls in the wet season, it when the falls are at their very best. The stunning 4-tiered waterfalls are only accessible by air for many months each year. Fly over Walcott Inlet estuary, the rarely seen Harding Range and the impressive King Cascade on the Price Regent River, before landing on Mitchell Plateau for a comfort stop and morning tea. Overfly Mitchell Falls* before venturing over Montgomery Reef. Witness the Horizontal Waterfalls before lunch and a swim at Kooljaman Cape Leveque and coastal return flight to Broome.
Operates daily (except Christmas Day) and subject to minimum passenger numbers.
*Landing at Mitchell Plateau subject to suitable conditions.
Scenic helicopter flight
For visitors who enjoy the thrill of a helicopter flight, there is a range of scenic helicopter flights in Broome available from a 30-minute scenic flight to a full day outing.
Operates daily (except Christmas Day) and subject to weather conditions. Minimum 2 passengers.