The Broome Sightseeing Pass by Australian Pinnacle Tours is good for a pre-planned half-day tour of Broome, a beach town and center for pearl diving in Western Australia. You can add on up to 3 day trips leaving from Broome, but you must purchase the pass before your arrival.
The Broome Sightseeing Pass is no longer sold. There are many tours that have taken its place.
Each variation of the Broome Sightseeing Pass includes a half-day tour of the town and its pearl industry, including overviews of Chinatown and Gantheaume Point. Afterward, you’ll take a camel ride along Cable Beach as the sun sets.
For an additional cost, you can add one, two, or three daylong tours, with seven different itineraries to choose from. Some of these optional trips include a Broome Fishing cruise, a full day trip to Derby with stops at the Mowanjum Aboriginal Community and tea at the Willare Roadhouse, or a trip to the remote Kimberley region in a 4WD vehicle.
Top Included Broome Attractions
See the complete list of attractions and tours in the sidebar.
The pass includes free round-trip transportation from the airport or train station to your hotel.
The passes can be redeemed anytime before December 31 of the year of purchase (but they all require advance booking).
What Could get better?
Some of the day trips are long—up to 15 hours in some cases, with much of it being on board the bus. Ask for details and make sure everyone in your party is comfortable with the amount of driving and/or walking.
Get Your Money’s Worth
There are no additional fees, but gratuities are not included.
The half-day tour and airport transfers alone will save each person up to AU$37.
The road conditions on the 4WD Cape Leveque and Aboriginal Communities Adventure are rough, so this tour isn’t recommended for pregnant women, people traveling with very young children or infants, and anyone with back problems.
The Windjana Gorge and Tunnel Creek Adventure includes an optional tour through the tunnel, which can involve wading through waist-deep water. Bring swim trunks or shorts and sandals. If you’d rather not walk through the tunnel, you can have tea at the 4WD vehicle instead.
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Where to Buy It
The card is available at many outlets. You can buy it at Expedia, Orbitz or Travelocity or you can buy it once you get to Broome but these are not great options as you may pay more. The best place the buy the card is at the Viator website. Viator guarantees the lowest prices, no-fee cancelling, no-fee date changes, 24/7 customer care, and airline miles (with a minimum spend).