3.5 Hours | Morning and Afternoon Cruises available
See Australia’s LARGEST known population of Snubfin Dolphin
Declared a Marine Park in 2015, Roebuck Bay is an incredibly diverse eco-system, home to Bottlenose dolphins, Snubfin dolphins, Green turtles, Loggerhead turtles, Flatback turtles, Dugongs, Manta rays, Seasnakes, Pelicans and shorebirds.
Broome Whale Watching is Broome’s ONLY dedicated and specialised marine based ecotourism operator.
In 2015 Roebuck Bay became of international importance and was declared an Australia marine park. Home to dugongs, turtles and rare Australian snubfin dolphins, Roebuck Bay provides extensive seagrass meadows for feeding and is a major nursery for numerous species of marine life.
As pioneers of whale watching in the Kimberley, our passion for marine life and desire to share the incredible diverse ecosystem of Roebuck Bay has become our next venture.
What was once an embayment for pearling and a channel for trade, is increasingly becoming known as one of the most diverse mudflats in the world, making it one of 12 Ramsar sites in Western Australia.
Imparting our knowledge and sharing the beauty of life above and within our exquisite bay makes it truly a memorable experience for myself, my family and our guests.
Welcome aboard Broome’s specialised eco tour vessel Ballena for a half day of discovery as we search for Australia’s largest population of snubfin dolphins and an array of marine life in Roebuck Bay. Cruise the pristine wilderness of Roebuck Bay, an Australia marine park look for its multitude of marine life and explore the many mangrove systems.
If you chose to do the sunset cruise, end your magnificent day by watching the sunset over the Pindan Cliffs of Simpsons Beach.