Spending the Holidays in Broome
The magical pearling town of Broome will entice you with its beauty, charm and relaxed atmosphere. Broome’s rugged, yet captivating landscape provides endless adventure and exploration and is a uniquely cultured destination with colourful untamed landscapes. Being the gateway to the Kimberley, tours from Broome offer the opportunity to discover the history, culture and vast amount of natural attractions this area has to offer.
A tour from Broome can see you experiencing some of the area’s most spectacular attractions such as the Bungle Bungles, Cable beach, the Staircase to the Moon, the amazing Starshow by astronomy enthusiast Greg Quicke and so much more!Read more...
For a little more adventure, take a day or extended tour from Broome to discover the breathtaking gorges, waterfalls and beaches of this unique area. Explore the 750-metre long Tunnel Creek, the oldest cave system in Western Australia. Used as a hideout in the late 1800s, you will wade through several permanent pools as you make your way through Tunnel Creek beneath the ancient limestone of the Napier Rage.
No Broome holiday would be complete without a tour of the many unforgettable gorges of the West Kimberley. The popular Windjana Gorge and the Geikie Gorge offers an amazing experience with views of towering limestone walls which existed 300 million years ago during the Devonian period.
While Broome offers many option for the adventure-seeker, that doesn’t mean you won’t enjoy your stay in comfort and luxury. Broome holidays offer many accommodation choices to suit every traveller. The very popular Cable Beach Resort & Spa offers family friendly accommodation amongst the resort’s tropical gardens.
During your Broome holiday, there are many local operators offering tours of Broome and the surrounds and they provide a unique way to see the local area and experience its history and culture. Learn about Broome’s pearling history and experience the unique culture by visiting Chinatown, the Mowanjum Art and Culture Centre and discovering ancient Aboriginal rock art. This amazingly diverse place is waiting for you to discover 40,000 years of Indigenous Broome culture.
A half day drive north of Broome on the Dampier Peninsula, Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm is set in a secluded location with views of the untouched wilderness and Kimberley coast. Or if you’re looking for something closer to the Broome town centre, the Bali Hai Resort & Spa is located within the tourist precinct of Cable Beach. The Bali Hai Resort & Spa is a private escape set in lush tropical gardens.
You can experience this unique and spectacular land with many different tour and holiday packages to suit all types of holidayers. Enjoy the contrasting red rocks against the crystal-clear waters or discover the ancient gorges and breathtaking waterfalls further afield. Broome offers a unique multicultural experience, and being the gateway to the Kimberley, get ready for the holiday of a lifetime!