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** Departure times vary and can be found in the Bookings Page **
Contact the Broome Adventure Company for any questions, enquiries or messages. Do you have a booking question? Need to know about Gift vouchers, print sales or specific tour details? Feel free to get in touch.
Also have a look at the FAQ’s section below for each tour to see if your question is answered in there. See you soon in Sunny Broome.
Directions for Meeting Points.
If self driving option is preferred rather than hotel/resort pickup.
Turtle Kayak – Gantheaume Point – Tour meeting point and parking.
From Gubinge Rd turn down Gantheaume Point Rd. Park at the Broome Turf Club carpark and walk 100m down dirt track onto beach to meet or wait for kayak trailer.
Turtle Kayak – Entrance Point – Tour meeting point and parking.
Drive down Gubinge Rd which turns into Port Drive. Continue to end and veer right behind Silo shed. Past Broome Fishing Club down to twin boat ramps and parking.
Broome Fatbikes – Tour meeting and departure point – Cable Beach.
Walk, catch the Town Bus or park at Cable Beach carpark. Looking out towards the ocean walk 200m Right ‘North of the Rocks’. Same as the Camel tour departure area.
Turtle Kayak FAQ’s
I've never Kayaked before
That’s fine. Basic instruction is given by one of your friendly experienced guides at the start of every trip. The pace is relaxed and the distances paddled are just right.
What might we see?
Apart from the best of Broome’s coastline, there is an excellent chance to spot sea turtles, migratory birds, birds of prey, fish-life, rays, regular dolphin sightings and the occasional manta ray or solitary dugong. Humpback whales are often seen close to shore between the months of June and Sept.
Minimum ages, Weight concerns?
The minimum age is 5 years of age. A stronger adult must accompany smaller children. Recommended maximum weight of participant is up to 120kgs. Enquire regarding any age or weight concerns.
Where do we go?
The Broome Peninsula has options for kayaking on all 3 sides depending on the season, tides & winds. Typical locations include Gantheaume Point, Reddell Beach & Entrance Point which are all within an easy 5-10 minute drive from Broome. Courtesy pick up from your accommodation is provided.
When and what time do trips depart?
The 3 hour trips depart year round and head out daily at various times depending on the tides, weather and time of year. Enquire for daily times and availability. Short notice/last minute bookings welcome.
How stable are the kayaks?
The double sit-on-top kayaks have been chosen for their excellent stability, comfort and ease of use for all experience levels. The backrests provide excellent support whilst paddling.
Do we stop somewhere?
Definitely. Half way through the trip we pull up at a secluded landing spot for icy cold drinks and dips and crackers. A great time to relax, take some photos, have a swim, explore and mix and chat with your fellow paddlers and guides.
FatBike Adventures FAQ’s
What is a Fat Bike?
A Fat Bike is just like a Mountain Bike but with extra wide wheels. The low tyre pressure and width creates a large tyre print to be able to ride on all hard, soft, wet, sandy surfaces such as along the beautiful tidal coastline of Cable Beach.
Fat Biking and the environment?
Pedal power is a really eco-friendly way of experiencing Cable Beach’s spectacular nature. The only sound you will hear are the tyres rolling on the sand and the waves crashing along the coast. We follow the ‘Take nothing but pictures, leave nothing but tyre tracks’ philosophy, riding only below the high tide waterline meaning our tracks are washed clean every day.
Ages and weight concerns on a Fat Bike Tour?
The Fat Bikes are suited for riders aged 8years up to 75+ years. We have a set weight limit of 130kgs for the Fat Bikes. Enquire regarding any age or weight concerns.
Where and when do the tours start?
All of our Fat Bike tours begin and end on Cable Beach. The meeting place is approx. 300m along the Beach to the right, past the rocks, when facing the ocean from the main swimming section. Same area as where the Camel tours depart. Tours depart Daily from April – October and on demand November to March (wet season)
Who can ride a Fat Bike?
Anyone!! If you can ride a normal bike then you can ride a Fat Bike. It is as simple as that. The extra wide tyres even create a better traction and smoother ride. The Guide will also adapt the speed of the tour according to the guest’s abilities.
How fit do I have to be?
Just an average fitness is fine. If you can ride a bike we will ensure you will have a great time and enjoy the experience. Riders of all levels of fitness and skill are catered for and encouraged to participate. The overall pace of the group is adjusted each day to suit the riders on the day. If it’s your first time on a Fat Bike don’t worry it’s just the same as riding any bike.
How many people go on a tour?
We run tours with a minimum of two (2) people, and a maximum of ten (10). Single people are encouraged to book as trips are often confirmed in advance. Larger groups, Corporate, School, Family and Wedding groups can be catered for. Enquire if needed.