Buccaneer Archipelago Information
More than 1,000 tiny islands make up the Buccaneer Archipelago, a cruising and fishing paradise which lays North West of the Kimberley town of Derby.
This untouched region of Western Australia is also home to patches of rainforest, secluded beaches and a fringe of mangroves - all set in a bright turquoise tropical sea.
Horizontal Waterfall in Talbot Bay is one of the best known attractions in the area and a scenic flight will give you the best view.
Joining a Kimberley cruise gets you up close to the landscape. You'll see ancient rock art and massive tides that race up tidal creeks, while the fishing is out of this world.
Sea safaris, cruises, flights and other tours to the Buccaneer Archipelago can be arranged from Broome.
One Arm Point
One Arm Point is a laid back remote Aboriginal community north of Broome. Check out the stunning..Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm
Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm is the only operational pearl farm open to the public and is situated 200..Cape Leveque
Hit the red dirt road for a four wheel drive adventure to remote Cape Leveque on the tip of the..Horizontal Waterfalls
There are only two horizontal waterfalls on Earth and you can look wide-eyed and open-mouthed upon..Beagle Bay
Beagle Bay is one of three Aboriginal communities on the Dampier Peninsula north of Broome, and an..Derby Jetty
See massive tidal movements and be amazed by the power of the ocean at Derby Jetty in the Kimberley..Wharfinger's House Museum
Enjoy learning about Derby’s fascinating history with a visit to the Wharfinger’s House Museum...SS Colac
Remains of the shipwrecked SS Colac can be seen on display in the North West town of Derby. The..Derby Pioneer Cemetery
The Derby Pioneer Cemetery was the final resting place for several significant figures who carved a..Myalls Bore
Visit Myalls Bore, near Derby to witness the ingenuity of the early farmers who drew water from the..