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Broome Holidays, Australia

Many people who visit Broome spend their time on the famous Cable Beach and browse the South Sea pearl boutiques. Not many realise what hidden secrets this outback beach town has to offer!

Immerse yourself in the unforgettable holiday destination and find yourself watching the sunset from a camel’s back, standing in ancient dinosaur footprints and spotting the rare snubfin dolphin.

If you are looking to incorporate a trip to Broome in your Australia holiday then just fill in an enquiry form and one of our Australia holiday experts will be delighted to help.

Must-Do Experiences in Broome:

Cable Beach:

Cable Beach is crowned Western Australia's most famous landmark, thanks to the crystal-clear turquoise waters and 14 miles of beautiful soft white sand.

The unusual name derives back to 1889, when an undersea telegraph cable opened up Australia’s communication to the world. However, with the advanced technology today, people are drawn to Cable Beach to admire the mesmerising sunset from a Camel's back. A string of camels stroll along the waters edge as you watch the changing pinks and oranges through the sky as the sun sets.

Gantheaume Point and Dinosaur Footprints:

Gantheaume Point encompasses an awe-inspiring combination of dramatic scenery as the Pindan Red Cliffs overlook the white sands and turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean. Broome is home to the largest known population on earth of the rare snubfin dolphin, Gantheaume Point boasts great opportunities to catch a glimpse of the dolphins swimming in the bay area.

At low tide discover dinosaur footprints that have been fossilised in the ancient red rocks for 130 million years. Broome holds the largest and most varied collections of dinosaur footprints in the world, and more prints are being discovered every day!

Horizontal Waterfalls and Pearls:

David Attenborough has described the horizontal waterfall phenomena as “one of the greatest natural wonders of the world”!

The Kimberley is home to some of the world’s biggest tropical tides; where the tide rises and falls twice a day, up to 12 metres. The horizontal waterfalls are located deep within Talbot Bay in the Buccaneer Archipelago.

The drastic tidal changes deliver vital minerals to the Pinctada maxima shells (the world's largest pearl oyster), bringing Broome to the forefront of the world's pearl industry. Although the decrease, a few pearl farms are still working today, giving visitors the opportunity to hop aboard and watch how oyster seeding is done and learn how pearls are graded and priced. And of course, throughout Broome there are plenty of South Sea pearl boutiques.

Sun Pictures:

Be sure not to miss the opportunity to watch a film in the world’s oldest working open-air cinema: Heritage-listed Sun Pictures. Dating back to 1916, Sun Pictures keeps the rustic, historic feel while showing current release films under the stars every night of the week.

Enjoy Broome’s warm night air as you relax in a deck chair watching a must-see film in a piece of living history.

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