Sink back in a canvas deck chair in the world's oldest operating picture gardens. Opened in 1916 to entertain the ever increasing local community (with few means of 'clean' entertainment), the cinema started showing silent movies, then progressed to reels with sound. These days, it still shows evening movies. The history of the Sun building is the history of Broome itself -- different racial groups were assigned to different seats, floods were frequent and, planes flew directly overhead (as they do today; the cinema is located under the approach flight path). To hear about this and more, don't miss the evocative 15-minute audio history (1pm daily from April to October; $5).