Where one of the world’s last great wildernesses meets the Indian Ocean, sits Broome.
At the base of the Dampier Peninsula, where one of the world’s last great wildernesses meets the Indian Ocean, lies beautiful Broome. Originally a pearling town, Broome has a unique multi-cultural mix of residents. A great destination for all ages, this is one holiday both you and the grandkids will enjoy.
The gateway to The Kimberley, Broome is a wonderful way to explore one of the least populated regions on the planet and while learning more about our indigenous culture. Both Broome and The Kimberley offer some truly amazing indigenous experiences from guided tours to staying on an Aboriginal-owned property.
Make sure you check out Cable Beach, one of Western Australia’s most famous landmarks. And for those who like a view from the top, you might enjoy one of the many evening camel rides along the sand.
To save on accommodation, why not take a look at Beaches of Broome, a hostel which the Lonely Planet describes as 'more of a resort' for around $30 a night.
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