Broome, Western Australia
See Australia’s LARGEST known population of Snubfin Dolphin. The only place on the planet that is accessible to the public!
Starting at $125 | Mar-June/Sept-Dec
BOOK NOW. PAY LATER.
We understand in today’s uncertain environment, that you may have concerns with prepaying for tours. To make a reservation with no prepayments, please give us a call on 91928163.
Duration: 3-4 Hours
During the months of late June- early September we will be offering Whale Watching & Sunset Cruises. Click on link for availabilities
Fancy the warmth and beauty of a magnificent Broome sunset in a small group setting? Why not join us on a 3hour Broome sunset cruise with a chance to see wildlife? Cruise along the stunning coast or jump into our boom net to cool off before heading further into the bay to spot wildlife. On your return, listen to some chilled music and embrace the stunning Broome sunset.
Meet our friendly team as they treat you to delicious canapes on board ‘Orcaella.
Departure points and times vary throughout the seasons.
This cruise is only available outside of our whale watching season from:
If you would like to join us on a Whale Watching & Sunset Cruise between late June-Mid-September, click here for more information
Keen to give boom netting a go on your sunset cruise but not sure how it works?
Pack your bathers and a towel and get ready to jump on in! Boom netting involves securely riding within the edges of a large net that is attached to the rear of a boat. Our vessel ‘Orcaella’ will slowly cruise along the shallows of Roebuck Bay or Cable Beach as you hop into the net. The boom net will drag you through the water whilst holding on and enjoying the stunning contrasting colours of the Kimberley coast. Swimming is only permitted during certain times of the year when water conditions are suitable. This activity requires a reasonable level of fitness and you must be a competent swimmer. Children under the age of 12 years must be accompanied by an adult. Boom netting available during certain times of the year.
What to Bring