Broome may be best known for its beaches and sunsets, but beneath its surface lies centuries-old stories that date back millennia. This sleepy town holds a fascinating heritage of Aboriginal, Malay, Chinese, Japanese and European
Today, pearl farmers still harvest natural oysters (Pinctada maxima) from Broome’s waters for harvesting; however, cultured pearls dominate the industry. Pearling in Broome once provided up to 80 percent of the world’s mother-of-pearl supply. Luggers
A camel ride is a unique experience that you won’t soon forget. There are several camel ride operators in Broome Western Australia, but we recommend a morning or sunset tour with Ships of the Desert.