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Things to Do in Broome

Holiday In Broome

Face it: Sometimes, bigger is better, and it doesn’t get any bigger than Western Australia. Everyone from backpackers to honeymooning couples loves Broome, on the northern coast. This probably has something to do with its world-famous marine parks, beach camel rides and moonlight jam sessions, but don’t take our word for it. Book a Broome holiday and see for yourself.

Great Barrier Reef, shmarrier reef. A holiday in Broome has its own famous dive site: Rowley Shoals. You don’t have to be half-man, half-fish to dive at Mermaid Reef, and you don’t have to know how to pronounce it to dive at Imperieuse Reef; your guide will take you there anyway. Snorkel or scuba dive with manta rays and sea turtles and pose for selfies (thumbs up!) with fan corals. Back on shore, get over the holiday hump on Cable Beach, where you can ride a camel! Yes, really!

You might not think Broome holidays can get much cooler than that, but let’s see how you feel after you see dinosaur tracks. Head to Gantheaume Point at low tide to see the 130-million-year-old imprints in the beach’s red sandstone rocks. Stegosaurus and Tyrannosaurus rex were here, leaving footprints up to 1.7 m across! Next, see the dinosaurs’ modern-day relatives at the Broome Bird Observatory, a popular destination for rare-bird lovers. Yep, bird-watching isn’t just for your grandma anymore.

Shopping, Dining & Nightlife

In Broome, the world is your oyster—and those oysters produce some of the best pearls around. Shopping here is all about these tiny white balls, and you might be surprised to learn that Broome packages in Chinatown are your best bet to find a “pearl” of a souvenir. Paspaley Plaza is also nearby, and can take care of all your needs for herbal souvenirs (no, not that kind) and cool stuff to hang on your wall.

Post-beach camel ride, keep the vibe going at one of the Indian, Egyptian or Thai restaurants, or go for Asian fusion or modern Australian. Seafood is always local and fresh, from King Sound barramundi to Fremantle octopus. Getting the idea you can find just about anything here? You’re right! Add in grass-fed steak, wood-fired pizza and crocodile nuggets (tastes like chicken!), and you might be approaching a complete list.

When it comes to nightlife, we’ve got two words for you: backpacker bliss. It may be a small town, and there are only a few bars, but they know how to get down. Broome package deals with accommodation along the eastern coast will have you pub-crawling before you can say “Pearler’s Pale Ale”, while those more into drum circles and jam sessions should check out Cable Beach.

What’s Next?

This beach resort town has found its place in the sun, and now it’s your turn. Bundle your airfares and accommodation on to save the most cash, and add on one of our Broome car hire deals so you can be sure you see it all. Like we said, Western Australia’s a big, exciting place!

Hotels in Broome

The sooner you dibs your Broome hotel, the sooner you can start planning out your amazing adventures! With no fewer than 29 places to choose from, you shouldn't have any problems finding the perfect place.

Looking for a recommendation? The Cable Beach Club Resort & Spa and Cocos Beach Bungalows are on par when it comes to excellent service and a good night's sleep.

Top hotels for your Broome holiday

The Pearle of Cable Beach

The Pearle of Cable Beach

5 out of 5
14 Millington Road, Cable Beach, WA
The price is AU$361 per night from 10 Nov. to 10 Nov.
Located in Broome (Cable Beach), The Pearle of Cable Beach is within a 10-minute drive of Courthouse Markets and Pearl Luggers Museum.
"We had a lovely stay, we were just disappointed to pay $590 per night for a guest room, which was very small. A guest room is $333 per night, but because it was school holidays and extremely busy The Pearle of Cable Beach charged excess for a small room & not a 1 bedroom villa with private pool. ..."

Reviewed on 13 Oct. 2021

The Pearle of Cable Beach
Oaks Broome Hotel

Oaks Broome Hotel

4.5 out of 5
99 Robinson Street, Broome, WA
Fully refundableReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is AU$241 per night from 12 Nov. to 12 Nov.
With a stay at Oaks Broome Hotel in Broome, you'll be near the bay, just a 2-minute walk from Broome Historical Society Museum and 6 minutes by foot from Bedford ...
"Disappointed with room cleanliness, maintenance required and needs to be requested twice, check in/out staff service. Was given a disability room, but wasn’t told at any stage prior to entering room at 2pm check in, leaving no option to stay anywhere else, toilet and bathroom floor all wet with every ..."

Reviewed on 1 Sep. 2021

Oaks Broome Hotel
Oaks Cable Beach Resort

Oaks Cable Beach Resort

4.5 out of 5
11 Oryx Road, Cable Beach, WA
Fully refundableReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is AU$315 per night from 1 Nov. to 1 Nov.
Located in Broome (Cable Beach), Oaks Cable Beach Resort is within a 10-minute drive of Courthouse Markets and Sun Pictures.
"Very quiet and peaceful. Disappointing menu for food and drinks at the Cables restaurant."

Reviewed on 19 Jul. 2020

Oaks Cable Beach Resort
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