Must-see attractions in Broome & The Kimberley

  • Yakanarra

    This tiny Walmajarri community is located 130km from Fitzroy Crossing in the foothills of the mysterious St George Ranges. There are simple, unpowered…

  • Ardyaloon (One Arm Point)

    The neat Aboriginal community of Ardyaloon (One Arm Point) has a well-stocked shop (open 8am to 5pm Monday to Friday), 24-hour fuel, great fishing and…

  • Kira Kiro Arts Centre

    Kira Kiro is the local name for the Bradshaw (Gwion Gwion) rock-art figures found around Kalumburu. Kira Kiro artists depict saltwater (coastal) life,…

  • Pearl Luggers

    This compact museum provides an insight into Broome's tragic pearling past, evoking the diver experience with genuine artefacts. You can also wander over…

  • Argyle Homestead

    Relocated when the waters rose, this former home of the pioneering Durack pastoral family (who at one time controlled over 15,000 sq km of the East…

  • Ngurra Arts

    Close to Mimbi Caves, this small centre hosts Walmajarri and Wankajunga artists producing colourful acrylics as well as traditional dyed crafts and…

  • Japanese Cemetery

    A number of cemeteries testify to Broome's multicultural past. The most striking is the Japanese Cemetery with 919 graves (mostly pearl divers).

  • Chinese Cemetery

    Located next to the Japanese Cemetery is a Chinese burial ground with more than 90 graves and monuments.

  • Old Derby Gaol

    Along with the Boab Prison Tree (7km south), this old gaol is a sad reminder of man's inhumanity to man.

  • Kalumburu Mission Museum

    Small museum located in the mission grounds. Ask at the mission office or store for the latest opening times.

  • Wyndham Museum

    The historic Wyndham port precinct contains a small museum and pioneer graveyard.

  • Muslim Cemetery

    This small Muslim cemetery honours Malay pearl-divers and Afghan cameleers.

  • Pioneer Cemetery

    Small cemetery on a bend in the highway with the graves of early pioneers.