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The friendly town of Broome, located in Western Australia is rich in Indigenous culture and is uniquely Australian. The history of Broome is centered around its exotic pearling town past and unique multi-cultural mix of people.

Abundant in wildlife with a tropical climate and endless white beaches that are fringed by pristine turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean, attract thousands of visitors each year. Many tourists are surprised to discover there is so much more to Broome than just romantic notions of camels, beautiful beaches and sunsets.

Every evening right on sunset as the sun slips over the sea, the entire town pauses with drinks in mid-air.

There are so many unique experiences to discover in Broome.

  • Ride a Camel along Cable Beach
  • Witness Indian Ocean sunsets
  • Discover exotic pearling history
  • Explore pearling history and shop for pearls in Chinatown
  • See dinosaur footprints and birdwatch in Roebuck Bay
  • See the staircase to the moon and explore outback landscapes
  • Drive the Gibb River Road to Kununurra
  • Explore Pernululu National Park

Broome’s luxury resorts at Cable Beach attract many visitors during the dry season (April to October)



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