Nestled in the country’s Northwestern corner, Broome is a city that sits on the precipice between the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean and the gateway to untamed wilderness of the Kimberley. A unique position that places the city as a ‘must see’ on any visit to Western Australia.
Broome is often described as ‘where the red dirt meets the ocean’, a relaxed pearl town with a tropical vibe. Broome is surrounded by the sparkling azure waters of the Indian Ocean, where the 22km white sands of Cable Beach create a beautiful contrast of white and blue, together with the ochre colours of Gantheaume Point. The town covers two main areas of exploration, the Cable Beach end where any visitor will be enthralled by the water activities on offer, camel rides through the sandy shores or a myriad of restaurants. The Chinatown end is where the heart of the traditional town lays, where visitors will enjoy the cultural history, architecture and heart of the local people, including a strong Indigenous influence.
No trip to Broome would be complete without seeing one of the wonders listed below.
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