Attractions

Top Choice Beach in Broome

Cable Beach

Western Australia's most famous landmark offers turquoise waters and beautiful white sand curving away to the sunset. Clothing is optional north of the rocks, while south, walking trails lead through the red dunes o…
Marine Park in Broome

Rowley Shoals Marine Park

These three coral atolls lie approximately 300km from Broome in the Indian Ocean, on the edge of Australia's continental shelf, and have a reputation for some of the best diving in the country. Protected by a marine…
Viewpoint in Broome

Gantheaume Point & Dinosaur Prints

Beautiful at dawn or sunset when the pindan cliffs turn scarlet and the Indian Ocean brilliant turquoise, this peaceful lookout holds a 135-million-year-old secret. Nearby lies one of the world's most varied collect…
Nature Reserve in Broome

Broome Bird Observatory

The tidal mudflats of Roebuck Bay are a vital staging post for thousands of migratory birds, some coming from as far away as Siberia. In a peaceful coastal setting 25km from Broome, the 'Bird Obbie' offers quiet wal…
Historic Building in Broome

Sun Pictures

Sink back in a canvas deck chair in the world's oldest operating picture gardens, dating from 1916. The history of the Sun building is the history of Broome itself; it has witnessed war, floods, low-flying aircraft …
Gallery in Broome

Bungalow

Short St Gallery's Hopton St stock room at Town Beach holds a stunning collection of canvasses from across the Kimberley and beyond.
Historic Site in Broome

WWII Flying Boat Wrecks

On a very low tide it's possible to walk out across the mudflats from Town Beach to the wrecks of Catalina and Dornier flying boats attacked by Japanese 'Zeroes' during WWII. The planes had been evacuating refugees …
Beach in Broome

Reddell Beach

For a blistering sunset without tourists, camels or 4WDs, pull into any of the turn-offs along Kavite Rd between Gantheaume Point and the port and watch the pindan cliffs turn into molten lava.
Wildlife Reserve in Broome

Malcolm Douglas Wilderness Park

Visitors enter through the jaws of a giant crocodile at this 30-hectare animal refuge 16km northeast of Broome. The park is home to dozens of crocs (don't miss the 3pm feeding), as well as kangaroos, cassowaries, em…
Museum in Broome

Broome Museum

Discover Cable Beach and Chinatown's origins through exhibits devoted to the area's pearling history and WWII bombing in this quirky museum, occupying the former Customs House.