WA Broome Sights


Broome is located on the coast 2200 kms north of Perth

Places to see

  • Cable Beach is one of the most popular beaches in Broome.  Camel riding is a very popular tourist activity at Cable Beach
  • Gantheaume Point has views of the Indian Ocean and Broome coastline
  • Town Beach on Robinson Street
  • Broome Museum on Robinson Street – broomemuseum.org.au
  • Broome Markets held every Saturday – www.broomemarkets.com.au
  • Japanese Cemetery on Port Drive is resting place for many divers from the early pearling days, losing their lives due to drowning or diver’s paralysis.
  • Broome Crocodile Park is located on Cable Beach Rd
  • Malcolm Douglas Wilderness Wildlife Park is located on a 30 hectare property located 18 kms from Broome on the Broome Highway
  • Broome Chinatown on Carnarvon St –chinatownbroome.com.au
  • Matso’s Brewery on Hamersley St
  • Willie Creek Pearl Farm is located at Willie Creek. Pearl baskets can be seen lined up in the farm


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