Broome is a relatively small town where the pace is slow. Take the time to
look at the brilliant red colour of the earth and the lush tropical greenery
Multicultural Broome has been shaped by its romantic pearling history and is a good place to shop for South Sea pearls and rare pink diamonds. Showrooms line the streets of Chinatown where you’ll also find art galleries, shops and cafes. The Broome Historical Society Museum is regarded as one of the best regional museums in Australia. A short distance from town is the Broome Crocodile Park.
Major attractions are riding a camel into the sunset along the white sands of Cable Beach, visiting sites where dinosaurs once roamed at Gantheaume Point and bird-watching at world-renowned Roebuck Bay.
One of Broome's natural treasures is the Staircase to the Moon. After the full moon from March to October, reflections stretch out across shiny mudflats creating the beautiful illusion of a long silver staircase.
Broome is the western gateway to The Kimberley region of Western Australia.