I was soooooo excited to visit Broome but it disappointed me. It was a LOT smaller than I was led to believe & very few shops except for the touristy ones. The saving grace for Broome is Cable Beach That was magical but not in a hurry to go back here
We were there in November 2026. on a bus tour and enjoyed learning some history of the pearl industry. Visited Guanethume point. wished we'd more time there to see some of the oldest rocks and fossils in the world, on to a Crocodile sanctuary.
An ok town with a few things to see but quite small. As to be expected it was stinking hot. There were a couple of small museums that were interesting. Cable beach was quite picturesque. A
Very hot, 32C; 90F. There was a shuttle to the center of town. We walked to Streeters Jetty and saw little red crabs. There were lots of restaurants and stores in the town.
Visited: Sep 26, 2019
Very nice holiday place. Gateway to the Kimberleys region of Australia. Interesting also for its history of cultured pearls business.
Visited: Oct 17, 2019
Was amazing and took a tour to Willie Creek pearls.
Visited: Oct 22, 2018
Enjoyed the port and the tour taken on the 3 wheeler bike.
Visited: Oct 15, 2019
Did not get off ship
Visited: Nov 03, 2018
An enjoyable and interesting place to stay. Hired a car and drove around.
Visited: Jul 16, 2017
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