Every three months or so volunteers walk out onto the mudflats of Roebuck Bay to monitor the sea grass that marine creatures like dugongs and turtles depend on. All are welcome and no experience is necessary. Bring …
Derby goes off with concerts, mud footy, horse and mud-crab races, poetry readings, art exhibitions and street parades. Try to catch the Long Table dinner out on the mudflats.
One of the oldest continual country race meetings in Australia provides a chance to frock up and have some fun with the locals.
Annual celebration of Ardi culture featuring music, food and art at Lombadina community. Check the dates with the Broome Visitor Centre as the timing of this fledgling festival varies each year. Drug and alcohol fre…
Food and market stalls set up at Town Beach for three nights every month between March and October to celebrate the Staircase to the Moon.
For 10 days each May, Kununurra hits overdrive with a collection of sporting, charity and cultural events culminating in a large outdoor concert under the full moon on the banks of the Ord River.
Three days of mango madness in late November, including quizzes, music, alcoholic beverages and anything else vaguely fruit related.
Broome's homage to the pearl includes a week of parades, food, art, concerts, fireworks and dragon-boat races.
Indigenous flavours, dance and music caress the senses at this ticket-only event held monthly during the Wet.
Three-day festival of the written (and spoken) word with various workshops and talks around town.