An unforgettable experience
Apart from viewing 120 million year old dinosaur track-ways, the staff love meeting people and imparting the knowledge they have gained on this amazing location and creating an experience that is awe-inspiring and one that surpasses all of their customers expectations.
The dinosaur footprints in Broome are scattered around Roebuck Bay and along the coast, some can be reached by foot from at Gantheaume Point when tides are below 2.16m, be aware that the rocks are slippery.
Footprints can be seen at low tide around Cable Beach, Gantheaume Point and Reddell Beach. View the brochure with information about "what to look for".
The Dinosaur Coast Management Group (DCMG) is a not-for-profit organisation, formed in 2015 to protect and promote the dinosaur tracks of the Dampier Peninsula and to educate the public about their cultural and scientific importance. For more information visit the Dinosaur Coast Management Group website.
There is also a Dinosaur Coast Track Guide app you can download.
See ancient dinosaur footprints
From the contrasting blue waters and bright Pindan coloured cliffs to the many species of bird life and wildlife within the Bay, there is something for everyone on these tours.
Complimentary accommodation transfers. For booking purposes, children are considered 0 to 14 years. Moderate level of fitness and mobility required and reef shoes are compulsory.
Click on Broome Hovercraft listing below to view the tour availability and book online >>