Broome Dinosaur Adventures

Cruises, Sailing and Water Tours

With pristine white sand beaches, rolling red cliffs and endless azure waters, the pearling town of Broome is waiting to be discovered.

Broome Dinosaur Adventures offer experiences that are truly unique, exciting and unforgettable. Marvel at a spectacular Broome sunset from a remote landing on the Roebuck Bay tidal flats. Discover dinosaur footprints and view the wrecks of WWII Flying Boats at very low tides.

Learn about the scenic and historic sights of the magnificent Roebuck Bay coastline and watch the hundreds of varieties of wader birds, osprey and pelicans that feed in Roebuck Bay.

Facilities

Service Types

Cruises, Sailing and Water Tours Nature and wildlife Free Wifi

Activities

Birdwatching Boating

Fitness

Basic

Disabled Assistance

Disabled access available

Membership

Regional Tourist/Tourism Association/Organisation Visitor Information Centre

Accreditation

Australian Tourism Accreditation COVID Clean Practicing Business

Services

From $96 to $136

This one hour tour is the basis of all the hovercraft flights.

The tour starts from the hovercraft base and glides amphibiously between the water and tidal flats, taking in some old fish traps, the site of the old Demco meatworks and the ensuing bayside real estate in its place.

Roebuck Bay Caravan Park and Town Beach are the next points of call with the entrance to the old Broome Jetty next to the beach.

The World War Two Flying Boat Wrecks are spoken about as well as Buccaneer Rock and all of the interest in and around Dampier Creek.

After skimming across the flats amongst the myriad wader birds, the craft lands at a remote beach where all alight to view some 120,000 million years old well preserved dinosaur footprints.

On the way back, there is much to talk about the tides, how they affect the pearling industry, and the Port of Broome.

You will learn more about Broome on this tour than in the rest of your time in this magical township.

Disabled Access

From $124 to $196

The tour starts from the hovercraft base and glides amphibiously between the water and tidal flats, taking in some old fish traps, the site of the Demco Meatworks and the ensuing bayside real estate in its place. Roebuck Bay Caravan Park and Town Beach are the next points of call with the entrance to the old Broome Jetty next to the beach.

The World War Two Flying Boat Wrecks are spoken about as well as Buccaneer Rock and all of the interest in and around Dampier Creek. After skimming across the flats amongst the myriad wader birds, the craft lands at a remote beach where all alight to view some 120,000 million years old well-preserved dinosaur footprints.

After leaving the beach the craft lands in the middle of the tidal flats and once more they alight to enjoy a delectable table of hors d’oeuvres and a glass of sparkling wine. Nature is mostly kind to them and provides a magnificent sunset with oftentimes, a clear staircase to the sun. On the way back across the bay, there is much to talk about the tides, how they affect the pearling industry, and the Port of Broome.

Disabled Access

Carpark Family Friendly

Nearby Things to Do

View All
Salty Plum Social - Small Bar Walking Tour, Broome, Western Australia

Salty Plum Social – Small Bar Walking Tours

Broome

Broome and Around Bus Charters and Tours, Broome, Western Australia

Broome and Around Bus Charters and Tours

Broome

Adventure Wild Kimberley Tours, Broome, Western Australia

Adventure Wild Kimberley Tours

Broome

Absolute Ocean Charters, Broome, Western Australia

Absolute Ocean Charters

Cable Beach, Broome

Willie Creek Pearls, Broome, Western Australia

Willie Creek Pearls

Broome

Spirit Safaris, Broome, Western Australia

Spirit Safaris

Broome

Contact Us