Must see attractions in Broome & The Kimberley

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    Cable Beach

    WA's most famous landmark offers turquoise waters and beautiful white sand curving away to the sunset. Clothing is optional north of the rocks, while…

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    James Price Point

    The striking red pindan cliffs of Walmadan (named for the proud warrior who once lived here) are worth a visit even if you're not camping; they're 35km…

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    Mimbi Caves

    One of the Kimberley's best-kept secrets, this vast subterranean labyrinth, 90km southeast of Fitzroy Crossing, on Gooniyandi land, houses a significant…

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    Norval Gallery

    Kimberley art legends Mark and Mary Norval have set up an exciting gallery in an old tin shed on the edge of town. Featuring striking artworks, exquisite…

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    Horizontal Waterfalls

    One of the most intriguing features of the Kimberley coastline is the phenomenon known as 'horizontal waterfalls'. Despite the name, the falls are simply…

  • 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…

  • Broome Bird Observatory

    The RAMSAR-recognised tidal mudflats of Roebuck Bay are a vital staging post for thousands of migratory birds, coming from as far away as Siberia. In a…

  • Sun Pictures

    Sink back in a canvas deck chair under the stars in the world's oldest operating picture gardens, dating from 1916. The history of the Sun building is the…

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    Wolfe Creek Meteorite Crater

    According to the Jaru people, Kandimalal marks the spot where a huge rainbow serpent emerged from the ground. The impressive crater (880m across, 60m deep…

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    Pender Bay

    Exquisitely remote, this pristine bay is an important calving ground for humpback whales and many can be seen offshore from May to November. The easiest…

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    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…

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    Cape Leveque (Kooljaman)

    Spectacular Cape Leveque, right on the tip of the Dampier Peninsula, has stunning red cliffs and gorgeous white beaches perfect for swimming and…

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    Mirima National Park

    Like a mini Bungle Bungles, the eroded gorges of Hidden Valley are home to brittle red peaks, spinifex, boab trees and abundant wildlife. Several walking…

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    Beagle Bay Church

    Around 110km from Broome, Beagle Bay is notable for the extraordinarily beautiful mother-of-pearl altar at Beagle Bay church, built by Pallottine monks in…

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    Waringarri Aboriginal Arts Centre

    This excellent gallery-studio hosts local artists working with ochres in a unique abstract style. It also represents artists from Kalumburu. A 90-minute…

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    Check out King Sound's colossal 11.5m tides from the circular jetty, 2km northwest of town, a popular fishing, crabbing, bird-spotting and staring-into…

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    Roebuck Bay Lookout

    At the end of Dampier Tce this lookout has a view of Roebuck Bay and its mangroves and features interpretative panels from the local Yawuru and high…

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    Short Street Gallery's Hopton St stock room at Town Beach holds a stunning collection of canvases from across the Kimberley and beyond.

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    Kelly's Knob

    The best view in Kununurra is from this rock outcrop on the town's northern edge. Great for sunrise or sunset.

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    Warmun Arts

    Between Kununurra and Halls Creek, Warmun artists create abstract works using ochres to explore Gija identity.