At Gantheaume Point you can view dinosaur footprints at low tides, believed to be more that 130 million years old. Here you can also witness the vivid red sandstone cliffs spilling into the sea and Anastasia’s Pool, built by a former lighthouse keeper for his arthritic wife.
Discover how the rare and beautiful South Sea Pearl is produced at this award winning pearl farm. The prices range from under $100 up to hundreds of thousands of dollars. So no matter what your budget is, you are sure to find a piece of jewellery that will always be precious to you or your loved one.
The Malcolm Douglas Crocodile Park was established in 1983 and has today the finest display of crocodiles in Australia. You can take a guided feeding tour and see Hatchlings, Alligators, Nile and Freshwater crocodiles, as well as ferocious saltwater crocodiles.
To see this spectacle of nature you best book a guided tour with a local provider. A cruise to this untouched piece of nature will be among the highlights of your trip. Experience Australia at its best and take some expressive holiday pictures at the horizontal falls of the Kimberly region.
Wild Mango is an ideal restaurants for traditional eaters. Here you can get a variety of burgers in refreshing creations or a big breakfast that keeps you going for the day. Try the lamb burgers and stay for some ice cream and coffee. You won't regret dropping by at Wild Mango.
There is a lively scene at this hotel, located on the main street in Broome. It features a purpose built live gig venue with a state of the art sound and lighting system and a full stage where national and international artists play. The lounge bar serves food and drinks and the sports bar features a big screen TV, TAB and gaming facilities.
The historic heart of Chinatown remains a must-do for any visitor. With a stress-free retail atmosphere it is easy to discover some of the finest Western Australian treasures. Exquisite Australian South Sea Pearls and Argyle diamonds can be purchased at extremely good prices. Gem cutters and jewellery makers create stunning pieces.
The Courthouse Markets are held every Saturday morning and hold a wide range of local and islander’s arts and crafts. Come here for a perfect souvenir or just browse through the specialties of the region. The market-life also provides a great opportunity for taking authentic pictures.
This gallery was once a site housing prisoners before trial. Today the location holds several works of art from the region and unique aborigines’ craftwork. Step in to get a glimpse on the regions artist or take home your favourite piece. It’s always worth a visit.
Step into this gallery and take home a piece of the Kimberly region. Here you can purchase beautiful images of the red stones, desert animals and sunny landscapes. The skilled photographer is happy to help you with your choice and has a wide offer of different pictures and frames.
Get an insight into the life of pearl farmers and divers in this stunning gallery. Here you can learn everything about the regions most popular piece of jewellery and see some of the most expensive of its kind. Don't miss this opportunity to learn about Broome's pearl history.
This gallery is one of the biggest jewelry shops in the area. Here you can buy everything that makes life a bit more beautiful, from necklaces to earrings and amulets. In the center of attention are the bright white pears that are an important part of Broome's history.
The Broome International Airport is located 2 kilometres from the centre of town and is the hub of North Western Australia. There is no scheduled bus service from the airport, though hotels and resorts have shuttle bus services. The cheapest transfer from the airport is to walk to Frederick Street and catch the Town Bus Service. There are taxis just outside the terminal and fares are quite low into town.
The town bus service offers regular hourly services seven days a week from 7.10-19.10pm. The buses run between most accommodation and attractions around Broome including Chinatown and Cable Beach. Children from 0-16 years ride free when accompanied by an adult. You buy your ticket from the bus driver.