Enjoy a spectacular panoramic view of our pearl farm while you dine on fresh pearl meat and keep cool in our infinity pool. The restaurant was inspired by Cygnet Bay’s pearling heritage and the modern operations of the farm, incorporating bush timbers and one of our original pearl lugger masts running the length of the ceiling. We are open for à la carte breakfast, lunch and dinner, 7 days a week from April - November. Breakfast | 7.30 – 10am , Lunch | 11am – 2.30pm, Happy Hour | 5 – 6pm, andd Dinner | 6 – 8pm (Bookings essential) Please call us on 08 9192 4283 to make a reservation.
Experience a true Kimberley sunset at a stunning beach location Let us show you the unique beauty of Cygnet Bay Cruise out in our amphibious vessel sea legs on your..
Have you ever seen a waterfall in the ocean Witness a tidal phenomenon that has to be seen to be believed This ultimate Sea Safari showcases the unique reefs and..
Feel the power of the world s largest tropical tides as you cruise amongst the giant whirlpools and standing tidal waves Venture into Escape Passage recently described by scientists as..
Cruise across the flooded fault line where the ancient Kimberley Rock begins and witness the visual spectacular of the thousand Islands of the Buccaneer Archipelago Cruising through the pearl farm..
Discover Cygnet Bay with Terry Hunter th generation pearler and proud Bardi man Share in his story as you explore our tidal flats forage for oysters and learn some of..
This land-based tour gives visitors an insight into the fascinating history of pearling in Cygnet Bay and how we cultivate some of the most sought-after and beautiful pearls in the..
Join Australia s oldest cultured pearling company as we take you on the journey of growing the famous Broome Pearl Witness a pearl being harvested learn about pearl grading and..
Touch feel and sort a selection of our beautiful harvest as we guide you through the specialised skill of pearl grading br This is availabe as an add-on to other..
Learn about the ancient art of pearl shell carving and its cultural significance to the local Bardi people..