Welcome to Lombadina on beautiful Thomas Bay, 200 kilometres north of Broome on the Dampier Peninsula.
Lombadina offers visitors a unique opportunity to experience the local way of life.
Relax on white sandy beaches, characterised by pristine turquoise waters. Take in nature's beauty and experience the colours of the Kimberley, the thrilling fishing and breathtaking whale watching. Catch a fresh feast of mud crab or take a kayak tour and spend time snorkelling in crystal clear waters abundant with sea life. Tours are timed to take full advantage of the tides ensuring your experience is more exhilarating than exhausting.
Lombadina is home to the Bardi people. The Bardi people are "Salt Water People". The ocean has been pivotal in the lives of the Bardi people for many thousands of years as both a source of food and spiritual significance. Evidence of their salt water heritage can be found in the traditional artworks and pearl shell designs. Their connection to the ocean has shaped the Bardi culture on many levels including folklore, recreation, diet and economic activity. Lombadina offers visitors a unique opportunity to experience their local and traditional way of life through their tourism ventures.