One Arm Point is a laid back remote Aboriginal community north of Broome. Check out the stunning coastline with spectacular views out to the Buccaneer Archipelago. Watch in amazement as the massive tides rip past the many small islands. Learn about local Aboriginal culture, and immerse yourself in their unique lifestyle.

Take a tour of the hatchery and see a working aquaculture centre with a range of local art and artefacts on sale. Purchase trochus shells and jewellery which has been locally carved out of this beautiful shell, which only the local Aboriginal people are allowed to collect.

This traditional Aboriginal community has embraced tourism, and there is the opportunity to enjoy camping and local tours with community members at many of the outstations surrounding the community. Learn from local experts how to catch juicy mud crabs, trap fish and live off the local bush foods. Try your hand at fishing; though be aware the northern waters are a crocodile habitat.

One Arm Point is a three hour drive north of Broome at the top of the Dampier Peninsula. The road is strictly four-wheel drive only. Accommodation and meals are available at nearby Cape Leveque or Lombadina.