Broome is a small pearling town in the state's north with an exotic history thanks to its world-famous South Sea Pearl industry. Today, a chilled out vibe, colourful lifestyle and vibrant environment have made it a Mecca for creative people of all types.
The town has a multicultural mix thanks to the influence of generations of Asian pearl divers and its major draw is Cable Beach - a 22km stretch of light, white sand and crystal waters. Other natural treasures are the mudflat reflections of the ‘Staircase to the Moon' and the 130-million-year-old dinosaur footprints at Gantheame Point.
Top itineraries in Broome
Explore Australia’s natural landscapes as you uncover ancient Aboriginal lands, yawning gorges, lush rainforests, sweeping beaches and billabongs.
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Top places to stay in Broome
Kooliman at Cape Leveque is a unique Aboriginal owned wilderness camp on the remote beaches of the Dampier Peninsula.
Ramada Eco Beach Resort aims to give guests access to the beaches and bushlands of the Kimberley wilderness while having a minimal impact on its surroundings.
Set on a world-famous beach, this luxury holiday destination features ocean pools, excellent leisure facilities and a choice of four gourmet restaurants.
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