Immerse yourself in the story of the Australian pearl.
“So welcoming you won't want to leave.”
welcome to the kimberley Coast
Visit our pearl farm at the tip of the beautiful Dampier Peninsula – one of the last pristine and remote marine wilderness frontiers in the world. You are invited to enter into the epic story of the Australian pearl from it’s Indigenous beginnings through to the four generations of the Brown family who have been pearling and living here since 1946.
From pearl farm to plate
We invite you to dine at our licensed restaurant and enjoy the delicious meals prepared by our in-house chefs and served by our friendly front-of-house team. Enjoy the panoramic views of the ocean or relax by our infinity pool.
Dry Season (Apr – Nov): 7 days
Wet Season (Dec – Mar): Wednesday to Sunday
Breakfast: 7.30am – 10.00am
Lunch: 11.30am – 2.30pm
Happy hour: 5.00pm – 6.00pm
Dinner: 6.00pm – Bookings essential
Restaurant is open between meal service for refreshments.
Have a barefoot adventure
Stay a night on this pristine coastline in one of the most unique places in Australia. From glamping to original pearling shacks, camping and caravan sites – we have something to suit every type of traveller.
Our tours & Experiences
Can’t make it to the farm? Check out our range of Broome Experiences.
Cygnet Bay Tours
Pearling Experiences based out of our Pearl Farm 2 hours north of Broome.
Experience the power of the Kimberley tides on these exhilarating 2 hour trips.
Take a glimpse into the ancient Bardi culture of Cygnet Bay and surrounds.
The most rare and pure South Sea pearls in the world are sustainably grown right here at Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm, with each of these hidden gems taking years in the making.
Find out what makes a world class pearl?
“Very nice idyllic place, restaurant with a good menu, a small pool to cool off, pearl farm tours and shop.”Gerda Barder
“Do yourself a favour! And visit this amazing part of the world! Congratulations crew!”Seaton Field
“Very upmarket. Well kept gardens. Lots of facilities. Pool and lovely restaurant. But very windy the day we were there.”Marlene Wolfenden
You’re invited to take the next step. Come and discover the history, mystique and hidden gems of The Kimberley.