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An aerial photo of the Pearler's Village, including the Homestead Restaurant, the infinity pool, Pearling shack and the beautiful Cygnet Bay waters.
James Brown, the managing director of Pearls of Australia, holds an Australian South Sea pearl oyster in one hand, while resting his other hand on the Pearl oyster panel that the oyster would have been within. In the distance are the longlines of pearl oyster panels.

Cygnet Bay

Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm is located 200km north of Broome on the tip of the Dampier Peninsula. The Cape Leveque Road is now completely sealed, however our driveway is unsealed and approximately 3km long, and is now suitable for 2WD day access.

Reception hours:

Dry Season (Apr – Nov):

Wet Season (Dec – Mar):

7 days 7:00am – 5:00pm

Wed – Sun 8:00am – 4:30pm

Dry Season (Apr – Nov): 7 days 7:00am – 5:00pm

Wet Season (Dec – Mar): Wed – Sun 8:00am – 4:30pm


Our Broome Showroom and Pearling Exhibition is located in the heart of Broome’s historic pearling district – Chinatown.

Monday – Friday

Weekends (from Easter) 

9am – 4pm

9am – 1pm

Monday – Friday: 9:00am – 4:00pm

Weekends (from Easter): 9:00am – 1:00pm

A customer holds a beautiful Australian South Sea pearl ring, that is surrounded by white diamonds within the band of the ring. In the background a customer service person holds a lustrous Keshi pearl strand, featuring Australian South Sea Keshi pearls grown at our very own Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm.
A family sit on top of a camel, walking across Broome's beautiful Cable Beach while admiring the sunset.


Our team are located across Australia – and are always happy to help! Visit us in store at one of our other locations. 


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