How to get here

Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm is 220km north of Broome, on the tip of the Dampier Peninsula. We are accessible by the Cape Leveque Road which still has a 90km stretch of dirt. We strongly recommend a four-wheel drive; the road is regularly graded but can still be quite rough at times. The drive from Broome to Cygnet Bay takes approximately 2.5 hours.

Due to our remote location, there is limited Telstra service and no WiFi available in our accommodation.

There are a number of scenic flight and 4WD tour operators visiting Cygnet Bay on day tours from Broome. See our Tour Partners for further information.

It’s now more affordable than ever to visit Broome (and the Dampier Peninsula)!

From August 2018-August 2019 Qantas are offering special fares from Perth to Broome. The special weekend flights run on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, offering the perfect chance for a weekend escape, or a longer holiday in the tropical North West.

To take advantage of the Qantas special fares, simply book 60 days in advance for $199 one way (Fri 17 Aug 2018–Tue 16 Oct 2018 and Thu 20 June-Fri 16 Aug 2019) or $179 one way (Wed 17 Oct 2018–Fri 14 Jun 2019).The fares are available on:

    • Fridays – Flight QF2660 – Departure 16.30
    • Saturdays – Flight QF2658 – Departure 09.50
  • Sundays – Flight QF2664 – Departure 12.45

Return flights from Broome to Perth are also available on Friday, Saturday and Sundays. Book your flights here.

For those with their own aircraft, our airstrip can be found with the coordinates 16.26.4, 123.01.00. Please call reception to book a landing time and a transfer from the airstrip to the farm.

How to get to Cygnet Bay from Broome