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The remote, culturally rich and incredibly scenic town of Broome is one of Australia’s favourite holiday destinations. The clear turquoise water and expansive white beaches will beckon you in for a dip, and the rugged landscape of the Kimberley’s will excite your inner explorer. Be prepared to return from your holiday relaxed!
When is the best time to visit Broome?
Want to avoid the hordes of tourists escaping their winter? To beat the crowds for your piece of secluded beach we suggest you book your getaway in May OR September. Peak season is May to September where temperatures average a balmy 30C, so come early or just after the crowds. Weather Warning: Storms and cyclones can ravage the coast during the wet season from late September to early May. Flight and hotel prices are generally lower during wet season, but bear in mind some attractions shut early. The tourist season reaches its peak in July, although if you ask a local they would consider it way too cold to dust off their bikini and hit the water!
Top 5 things to do in Broome
1. Spread your towel out on one of the picturesque beaches including Cable, Redell and Town Beaches
2. Experience the art of pearl seeding at a working pearl farm 35km outside of Broome
3. Discover Cable Beach during sunset on the back of a camel
4. Be prepared to get messy and tuck into some local mud crab at Brizo Restaurant
5. Embark on a tour through the unique and visually stunning horizontal waterfalls
Cultural attractions that make Broome unique
1. Take a trip to Broome’s Japanese Cemetery and gain an understanding of the town’s deep pearling history
2. Eye off an extensive collection of Indigenous Art at the Short Street Gallery in Broome’s Chinatown
3. Spot dinosaur footprints in the reef rock of Gantheaume Point
4. The Annual Mowanjum Festival in July celebrates Indigenous cultural life for the people of the Kimberley region
Experience THIS amazing natural phenomenon
For a unique and incredibly memorable experience, plan your trip around the ‘staircase to the moon’. Low tides off Roebuck Bay create this optical illusion only three days a month from March to October.
Getting to Broome
Broome is a 2 1/2 hour flight from Perth with Virgin Australia (who now own WA's regional airline SkyWest). There are also limited direct Qantas flights from Adelaide, Melbourne and Sydney. The Broome airport is just 2km from the centre of town.
Getting around Broome
There are several car hire outlets in Broome where you can rent a scooter, car, 4WD or even a motorhome. Broome Taxis offer metered taxis and also run the airport to hotel shuttle buses. The Town Bus Service is a cheap and easy way of getting around, with services every half hour during peak season. The route takes you from Town Beach through to Chinatown and onto Cable Beach. Kids under 16 years travel free with an adult.
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