Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm
• Stay onsite in an array of accommodation and camping.
• Experience life on the Kimberley Coast with our pearling, marine and Indigenous tours
Established in 1946 by Australian pearling pioneer Dean Brown, Cygnet Bay pearl farm is situated on the tip of the Dampier Peninsula – one of the last pristine and remote marine wilderness frontiers in the world. Just two hours north of Broome.
Cygnet Bay pearl farm produces Australian South Sea pearls from the largest species of pearl shell in the world - the Pinctada maxima and is famed for harvesting what is believed to be the world's largest, finest round cultured pearl (22.24mm) in 2004. This pearl is on display in the Cygnet Bay Boutique in Chinatown, Broome.
You can visit the pearl farm for the day, or stay overnight in their camping, glamping or pearlers shacks.
Enjoy their pearling experiences, cultural tours, thrilling sea safaris, discover Shell Island, or simply relax by the pool overlooking the bay and enjoy a refreshing drink from the Homestead Restaurant.