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Cygnet Bay Unique Tidal Waterfall Reefs Scenic Cruise

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Activity provider: Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm

Cygnet Bay Unique Tidal Waterfall Reefs Scenic Cruise

Activity provider: Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm

From US$ 155.30 per person

On this tour, you will discover a waterfall in the ocean. Explore the waterfall reefs unique to the Kimberleys on a 2-hour sea safari and see the natural tidal phenomenon for yourself.

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Duration 2 hours
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  • Marvel at the unique tidal phenomenon, a cascading waterfall reef
  • Discover the unique reefs and tides only found in the Kimberley
  • Visit Cygnet Bay, one of the most beautiful locations in all of Australia
Full description
Witness a tidal phenomenon that has to be seen to be believed. Experience an abundance of islands that form the Buccaneer Archipelago and the worlds largest tropical tides the expose the waterfall reef. Your sea safari departs from Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm on an amphibious sea vessel. Transfer to the tour vessel, a 12-seater rib with twin 250-horsepower engines, ideally suited for the tides in the area. The highlight of the tour is the emergence of a reef with a cascading waterfall on outgoing tides. With turquoise blue water and white sand beaches largely untouched by human interference, the region around Cygnet Bay is considered one of the most beautiful locations in all of Australia. Extend your stay for a night or longer and experience life on the tip of the Dampier Peninsula with a million star view.
  • 2-hour sea safari tour
  • Experienced guide
  • Transport to Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm
  • Food and drink

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Meeting point

Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm, Cape Leveque Road, Dampier Peninsula, Western Australia. The Farm is located approximately 200-kilometres north of Broome (2.5-hour drive) or 1,800-kilometres north of Perth. A 4WD vehicle is required. You can drive or coordinate flight transfers. Transport from Broome is not included in tour price.

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Know before you go

  • This spectacle is only visible on certain tides and so the activity is only available on certain days, at certain times
  • Bring a bottle of water, sunscreen, a hat and your camera
  • Due to the remote location, shops and fuel are limited, and often closed on weekends
  • Transport to the farm is not included; you can coordinate flight transfers or self-drive, it is 2.5-hours away from Broome and a 4WD vehicle required
  • Food and drinks will not be provided
  • Accommodation in luxury safari tents, pearlers cottages or camping sites are available at Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm. There is a restaurant onsite. You can coordinate accommodation directly with the local operator post-booking at an additional cost, subject to availability
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4.9 /5

based on 41 reviews

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Our skipper Janey was very knowledgeable and very friendly. She explained the working of the Pearl farm and how the pearls are grown and harvested. Then she took us on an exhilarating boat ride to experience the wonder of the waterfall reef. The trip was well worth while. Thanks

July 31, 2022

Even the weather help, had to admit if the sea is roughly then it will be all different. But it is something out of their control, otherwise all was well worth.

September 25, 2022

September 13, 2022

Product ID: 151924