Pack your sense of adventure and explore tropical Broome, known for its spectacular natural beauty and rich cultural history.
Need a change from your daily routine? You can be sure Mondays, or any day of the week, looks better here. In fact, why not make a long weekend of it?
This exotic town with a flamboyant history ensures sun-seekers and nature enthusiasts have kept this balmy paradise on the radar. Famous for its camel rides, outdoor cinema and pearl farms, this is as far away from the 'everyday' as you can get.
See 130 million year old dinosaur footprints at Gantheaume Point or Roebuck Bay, take a camel ride along the famous Cable Beach, or indulge in the local brew at Matso’s. Browse galleries of Aboriginal art or watch the workings of a pearl farm.
Broome is the perfect place to base yourself for the start of your adventure to the Kimberley, one of the world’s last true wilderness areas.
Everyone will have a camel ride on Cable Beach; one of the most famous beaches in Western Australia; on their agenda. Add the following to the list:
- Sea kayakOpens external site from Gantheaume Point to Cable Beach
- Stop at one of the many pearl boutiques or visit a working pearl farm like Willie Creek PearlsOpens external site in a new window
- Take the hovercraft and see Roebuck Bay and the prehistoric dinosaur remains
- See the wild snub nose dolphinsOpens external site in a new window in Roebuck Bay
- Discover the remote coastal wilderness of the Dampier PeninsulaOpens external site in a new window and Eco Beach.
Broome is the perfect starting point for your Kimberley adventure, where one of the world's last great wildernesses meets the Indian Ocean.
The main town centre with shops and services is known as Chinatown and evidence of Broome’s blend of cultures can be seen in heritage buildings such as Broome’s Sun Pictures; the world’s oldest operating outdoor picture theatre.
Take advantage of great range of alfresco dining options, from fine dining to sidewalk cafes. Cable Beach is located just less than five kilometres from the main centre and has dining and shopping services available.
Stretching approximately 200 kilometres North of Broome along the partly unsealed Cape Leveque Road it offers unspoilt coastline, unique Indigenous experiences and the oldest working pearl farm in Australia.
Take an aerial or bus tour or hire a four wheel drive and make your own adventure. With plenty of options to stay overnight, plan for a two day visit to explore the Aboriginal culture and working pearl farm.
Broome is the perfect place to start your adventure to the ethereal Kimberley region of Western Australia, one of the world’s last great wilderness areas.
Home to rugged ranges, a dramatic coastline, white sandy beaches, mystical Boab trees, gorges and waterfalls, pockets of lush rainforest and thousands of years of Aboriginal history. It is also where you’ll find one of the best kept secrets on Earth – the Bungle Bungle Range in World-Heritage listed Purnululu National Park.
The Kimberley is full of remote barefoot luxury from El Questro and Home Valley Station to remote coastal camps and resorts. Cruising the Kimberley coastline offers access to some of the remote and most beautiful coast in Australia, from extraordinary waterfalls to Aboriginal rock art. The Kimberley is full of extraordinary experiences from gorges to waterfalls, to Lake Argyle.
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Broome normally has two seasons, winter (May to October) where the daytime temperatures average between mid 20s to low 30s, with fine warm days and clear nights. The summer (November to April), with warm temperatures above 30°C. Broome does experience rainfall usually from January to March, the rain usually falls in heavy, short downpours in the late afternoon and evenings.
From the airport
Broome airport services domestic flights and is located 1.6km from the town centre.
The taxi rank is located outside the terminal building.
In and around the city
Broome has a hop-on-hop-off town bus service that operates seven days a week. There is also a reliable taxi service or you can hire bikes. To get around the region, you’ll need to hire a car or 4WD or take an organised tour.
If you are planning to travel around the region on your own, it’s important that you are prepared before you go and that you let someone know where you are going and when you plan to return.
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