Cruise the Kimberly, and watch the sunset over incredible rugged landscapes. There’s lots of things to do in Broome. The rich oranges and reds of the landscape contrast with turquoise waters to stunning effect in this unique outback destination. This town’s history has seen pearl divers and buccaneers but remains a place strong in indigenous culture. Stroll the eclectic streets to find interesting artefacts and explore the town’s history and culture through the museums and art galleries. Venture further to experience amazing adventures, from camel riding to hovercraft tours.
What to see and do:
Take a Camel Safari at Cable Beach
Get ready to see the most beautiful sunset of your life as you learn about the history of camels in Australia and enjoy this truly unique animal experience. The guides have trained the camels themselves and have a close connection with the animals. You too will develop a bond with your steed, especially if you remember to thank him with a carrot after your ride.
Pick a Pearl
See where pearls are grown by visiting an operational pearl farm, and learn about the history of Broome’s pearling industry, which was responsible for the town’s establishment. Browse the many fine jewelry vendors in town and at the farm to find a very special pearl souvenir, from one of the best places to find unique jewelry in Australia.
Explore the Kimberly
Dramatic cliffs and raging waterfalls can be expected on a Kimberly tour, whether you opt to view it from the water or the air. You might spot a crocodile, whale or a dolphin, and you will certainly see amazing rock formations. Swim in freshwater lagoons, picnic at stunning sandy beaches and discover ancient aboriginal rock art.
Videos of Broome & The Kimberley
How to get there:
Fly in to Broom airport departing from domestic and international airports.
Best time to go:
It’s best to go in the dry season between April and October, as the other months can be very hot, humid, and rainy. The brunt of the wet season comes between January and March when you are likely to see monsoonal activity and possibly cyclones and flooding.