Kooljaman at Cape Leveque is a remote wilderness camp owned and run by the Indigenous Bardi Jawi Communities. Situated on native title land, the locals invite you to share the astonishing diversity, pristine wilderness and unique landscape that celebrate this award-winning place as a once in a lifetime experience.VIEW DETAILS
Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm
Immerse yourself in the story of the Australian Pearl at Cygnet Bay. Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm is situated 2 ½ hours north of Broome on the tip of the Dampier Peninsula. Just 15 minutes from Cape Leveque, we offer visitors a unique experience on the Kimberley Coast. This family owned and run farm with accommodation, glamping, camping, pool, restaurant and pearling, marine, and cultural experiences is the perfect side trip from your Broome holiday. An unique experience giving you an insight into the iconic Australian industry that Broome was built on.
We also offer an array of exciting tours and experiences from pearling tours, sea safaris and cultural experiences. No visit to the farm is complete without jumping on our Pearl Farm Discovery Tours which run daily.
We offer a wide range accommodation options from camping to glamping eco-safari tents, heritage pearling shacks and even a magnificent private retreat set on its own private headland with unlimited views and exclusive beaches. Most of our accommodation is set around Divers Creek, traditionally an area for housing our pearling crew, it has been re-purposed with travellers in mind. Diver’s Creek is a 1km drive from the main Pearling Village where our pool, restaurant, reception and pearl gallery are located. Transfers can be arranged with advance notice, although the walk down the red dirt track is a peaceful, nature filled addition to your stay.
The home of the Australian pearl, Cygnet Bay offers you the rare opportunity to purchase pearls direct from the waters in which they were farmed. Dine by candle light overlooking the bay, relax by our infinity pool, view natural phenomenons such as staircase to the moon and Waterfall Reef and discover the world’s largest tropical tides at Broome’s working pearl farm – an absolute must for any trip to Broome and surrounds.
Our restaurant caters for both in-house guests and day visitors to the farm. With sweeping views of the bay from the veranda and a horizon-edged pool our restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Our menus draw inspiration from our pearling history with seafood & Asian inspired dishes. The Australian pearling industry was shaped by the many countries & cultures their workers originated from. Malay, Chinese, Filipino, Indonesian & Japanese fusion was common in many households of Broome. The crews of the pearl luggers would often eat whatever was readily available with the hunting knowledge & cultural influence of the local saltwater people ensuring seafood was always a popular menu item. Eating the pearl meat & other parts of the pearl oyster is these days considered a rare delicacy, however this was a staple of the early pearling crews.
What To Expect
Experience Broome’s working pearl farm. An epic story; the original Australian owned and operated pearl farm spans four generations of the Brown Family over more than 70 years. Until recently, it has been an exclusive pearling village accessible only to our pearl farm team and the local Bardi people. In an industry first, Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm “opened the gate” and invited travellers to share in this very special place, recently described as “one of the most unique destinations in Australia”.
200 km north of Broome, on the tip of the Dampier Peninsula, the farm’s remote location gives visitors a unique Kimberley Coast experience. Easily visited on day trips by road, air or sea or for the full experience, choose to immerse yourself in this stunning and remote location by staying a night or two on the farm in a genuine pearling shack, glamping safari tent or campgrounds. Explore the iconic destinations of Cape Leveque, the Buccaneer Archipelago, Horizontal Waterfalls and Cygnet Bay Pearl farm all from the tip of the beautiful Dampier Peninsula.
Rainforest Safari Tents
There are 2 comfortably appointed rainforest safari tents. Set back amongst the remnant rainforest bushland, you can relax and connect with nature from your balcony. Featuring a King or twin single beds and a private ensuite. All tents and share a camp kitchen and BBQ area
Bayview Safari Tents
There are 4 comfortably appointed Bayview safari tents. Raised to catch the bay breezes, you can relax and connect with nature from your balcony. Featuring King or twin single beds, bar fridge and private ensuite. All tents share a camp kitchen and BBQ area.
Family Safari Tents
There are 2 comfortably appointed family safari tents. Set back amongst the remnant rainforest bushland, you can relax and connect with nature from your balcony. Featuring a Queen bed and bunk bed suitable for a family of 4 and a private ensuite. All tents share a camp kitchen and BBQ area.
Deluxe Bayview Safari Tents
There are 2 deluxe safari tents. Raised to catch the bay breezes, you can relax and connect with nature from your balcony. Featuring a King bed, bar fridge, larger balcony and private ensuite. All tents share a camp kitchen and BBQ area.
Stone House Pearling Shack
This 2 bedroom shack is suitable for couples or families; with its rustic charm and outhouse style bathroom, it will take you back to the early days of the pearling industry. It is self contained with a fully equipped kitchen and BBQ.
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