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Pearl Luggers

Immerse yourself in a tale of hardship, adventure and intrigue! This unique pearling insight provides the perfect introduction to Broome and should be enjoyed in the early part of your stay. Pearl Luggers in Dampier Terrace, Broome, is centred around two original pearling luggers beautifully rest... view more info

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Hours: 7 Days a week 9am - 5pm


Discover the real story behind Australia's most infamous pearling town!

Pearl Luggers was developed to maintain the history of the pearling lugger, synonymous with the industry since the late 1800s, through the restoration of two wooden luggers now featured on display.

During our 1 hour entertaining on site tour learn about the hardships encountered by the original hard hat divers. Understand why these "saltwater cowboys" were revered as heroes as they risked their lives in pursuit of the lustrous pearl shell. Hear about the hardships encountered in the dark silent waters of the ocean and watch rare archival footage from the early 1950's. This is one of the most captivating and entertaining historical tours on the pearling foundations of Broome.

Tours operate daily and includes a free sample of the rare pearl shell meat as a fitting finale to this 1 hour tour.

Adults $25.00, concession $20.00, children (6-16) $12.50, under 5 years old free of charge Bookings are essential as operating times may alter due to demand.

Visit our airconditioned jewellery showroom!

When you are strolling along Pearlers Row in Chinatown be initced by our jarrah sweeping staircase. Our intimate showroom showcases quality Australian South Sea Pearls. Pearl Luggers has something to suit every taste and budget from individual loose pearls to classic silk strung pearl strands. Open seven days a week, our showroom staff are more than happy to help you select your perfect pearl.


31 Dampier Terrace, Broome WA 6725, Australia


Pearl Luggers is located in the heart of Chinatown, in Dampier Terrace.



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