Immerse yourself in the natural beauty of Roebuck Bay's low tide mangrove ecosystem with local Aboriginal tour guides sharing the culture and history of Broome and the bay. The fun and engaging 2km walk in the mangroves and mudflats will give you a greater appreciation of Broome's natural environment and marine life, and a complete understanding of Aboriginal history and settlement of the town. So slip on the boots, spray on the repellent and jump on The Mangrove Discovery Experience!
Broome’s mangroves provide a sheltered habitat for a wide variety of native and aquatic animals. Teeming with life, they are both feeding grounds and nurseries for fish, molluscs, burrowing mud worms, various crustaceans, turtles, and the occasional saltwater crocodile.
To book a Mangrove Tour, follow the link below. Tour availability is strictly subject to tidal movements and may not be available on your preferred date. Apologies for any inconvenience.
Duration: 2 hours | Distance: 2km with medium to high level mobility required | What to bring: Repellant, hat, a water bottle and your sense of adventure. Reef shoes will be provided.