In the local Yawuru language ‘Narlijia’, means ‘True for you’.


Ngaji mingan (how are you), welcome to Broome!

Narlijia Experiences hosts several tours sharing the beauty and richness of Broome’s natural environment, history and culture by true local guides!

Broome’s townsite was officially gazetted in 1883 but had earlier arrivals of pearlers and pioneers who made ‘first contact’ with the Aboriginal people of the region, the Djugun and Yawuru people.

Join us on one of our experiences that guides you through these ancient and historical sites located in the north-western portion of the UNESCO listed Roebuck Bay. This coastline has been home to our saltwater people for thousands of years and for you our guides will orientate you in the cultural landscape, offer a seasonal sample of food sources whilst immersing you in our fascinating history and beautiful coastal environment.

Don't leave Broome with out it!

Staircase tour with beach to bay. The only way to see the moon - We were lucky enough to be in Broome for the Staircase to the Moon.The tour started at the beach where we visited dinosaur tracks that were amazing. We saw three different species of tracks. We also got to try some bush foods and here the local dreamtime stories for the area. Then off to the Mangroves, we were provided with wet shoes to walk through the mud and out to our very own area to watch the Staircase. Perfect bliss sitting on a rock eating lovely nibbles and cold Matso ginger beer and watch the fabulous show provided by nature.
Doug & Sue : Adelaide

© Narlijia Experiences Broome

PO Box 6020 Broome, WA 6725
Phone: 08 9195 0232