Stretching 22 kilometres, Broome’s stunning Cable Beach is one of Australia’s most iconic ocean side destinations. Receiving its name from the telegraph cable laid in 1889 connecting Australia with Java and the world, Cable Beach offers crystal blue water, gorgeous Indian Ocean sunsets and endless sunny weather. This beach’s unique... more »
Discover the heritage and legends of Broome’s pearl industry past at Pearl Luggers. The fascinating tour and interesting displays at Pearl Luggers reveal an adventure story, a way of life fraught with excitement, danger and hope.
With increasing European settlement the pearling industry along Western Australia’s northern coast became big business.... more »
The Broome Bird Observatory is in an area of stunning natural beauty and one of the best places in the world for bird watching, nature photography and bush walks. Many other native wildlife species can also be seen here along with lush coastal plant life, all set against the beautiful... more »
This is one wildlife park that makes an immediate impression. Visitors to the Malcolm Douglas Wildlife Park are offered a glimpse of the main attraction right at the park’s front door as they enter through the jaws of a giant saltwater crocodile – a unique and cleverly constructed fibreglass one... more »