Fascinating look at how school is conducted over the radio for children on remote stations. Currently open only on Thursdays, so check times with the…
- Kimberley School of the Air
- Short Street Gallery
Dating from the early 1900s and known originally as Hanoe's Cottage, this typical Broome-style corrugated-iron building with louvred verandahs now houses…
- Marnin Studio
Marnin is the Walmajarri word for women and this studio uses crafts such as boab-nut painting, textile printing and bush-nut jewellery-making to bind…
- Whip Snake Gorge
Leave early for this energetic half-day outing (10km return, three hours) from the southern car park to a shady gorge filled with ferns, figs and brittle…
- 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…
- Wharefinger Museum
Grab the key from the visitor centre and have a peek inside the nearby museum, with its atmospheric shipping and aviation displays.
- Town Beach
Tiny Town Beach is fine for a dip when the tide is in; just ensure it's not stinger season. There's a kid's water park nearby.
- Bidyadanga Community Art Centre
Bringing together inspiration from the desert to the coast, five different language groups create brilliant acrylic artworks in WA's largest Aboriginal…
- Hard Hat Diver
Life-size bronze sculptures of a hard-hat diver and three Japanese divers commemorate Broome's pearling past in the small park in the middle of Carnarvon…
- Nagula Jarndu Women's Resource Centre
Beautiful screen- and block-printed textiles and other crafts are on show (and sale!) at this studio/gallery run by Yawuru women. Enter via Pembroke Rd.
- China Wall
Amateur geologists will marvel at this vein of white quartzite sticking out of the red dirt and spinifex, 6km from Halls Creek.
- Lily Creek Lagoon
Across the highway from the township, Lily Creek Lagoon is a mini-wetlands with amazing birdlife, boating and freshwater crocs.
- Zebedee Springs
A short walk (750m) through beautiful Livistona palms brings you to these shady, soothing hot pools.
Has a pleasant sandy beach and good fishing from the jetty. You might even see whales, turtles or dolphins.
- Lake Kununurra
Lake Kununurra has pleasant picnic spots, a swimming beach at the end of Millington Dr, and great fishing.
- El Questro Gorge
Hot walk to a lovely shady gorge with permanent, spring-fed pools. It's about 2.5km one way.
- Yarliyil Gallery
Halls Creek gallery showcasing talented local artists as well as some Ringer Soak mob.
- Lennard River Gorge
Shady 3km (return) walk to a thin gorge on the Lennard River.
- Streeter's Jetty
The original pearl luggers' jetty at the entrance to Dampier Creek dates from the 1880s and has been rebuilt a number of times. The thin rickety wooden…
- Willie Creek Pearl Farm
Willie Creek Pearl Farm occupies a stunning coastal location and the 7.5km drive in from Manari Rd feels like a real adventure as the sandy track skirts…