Broome Top Deck Tours  

    18 April at 15:22 from atlas

    For the perfect introduction to Broome, this tour really is a MUST for any itinerary.

    Enjoy a unique and comprehensive journey of Broome, complete with expert commentary from the knowledgeable and friendly guide & owner operator 'Calvin'. Sit back and listen to his passionate commentary as he shares his extensive knowledge and love of Broome's history, Broome's economy, fauna and flora of this beautiful Pearling Town, and much more.

    The tour is a 1.5 hour non-stop tour; however our tour has been designed to provide our guests with a fantastic overview of Broome and provide all the historical facts you need to know about this fascinating town. This is an ideal introductory 'getting to know Broome' tour.

    The tour will journey around the township of Broome and will provide you with many photographic opportunities. The route will journey past the following places of interest:

    * Cable Beach

    * Sunset Park

    * Cable Beach sub-division

    * Japanese Cemetery; the final resting place for 900 Japanese Pearl Divers

    * Chinese Cemetery

    * Catholic Church

    * Bedford Park

    * Anglican Church

    * Broome Courthouse

    * Chinatown, including:

    Sun Pictures Theatre; the oldest operating outdoor cinema in the World

    Streeters Jetty

    Sheba Lane

    * Old Broome Lock Up; Broome's original jail

    * Kennedy Hill lookout

    * Monsoon Gallery; the former residence of Captain Gregory

    * Matsos

    * Broome Historical Museum

    * Pioneer Cemetery

    * Pioneer Park, which overlooks Broome's original jetty

    * Town Beach; the site of the World War II Japanese air attacks on Broome in 1942

    * Demco Drive

    * Shell House

    * Entrance Point and the Port

    This tour is a professional, high quality town tour and we guarantee that this will be one of the most informative tours you will ever go on!

    This really is your A to Z of Broome!


    None provided; however cold bottled water can be purchased on board at $2.00 per bottle.