Jetty to Jetty Trail, Broome

Overview

The 3.4km one-way Jetty to Jetty trail shows Broome’s rich cultural history. Its mainly flat, mostly paved paths that run in a meandering way to take in important sites between Streeters’s Jetty and the old Jetty.  A map is available at the Broome Visitors Centre. You can download a free app of the trail. There is directional and interpretive signage. 

Jetty to jetty trailhead

Jetty to jetty trailhead

Photo Credit: Pelusey Photography


About the Trail

To get a real insight into Broome’s incredibly rich cultural essence and history, do the 3.4km one-way Jetty to Jetty Trail. The trail is mainly flat, with some small hills.  It mostly follows paved paths that run in a meandering way to take in important sites between Streeters’s Jetty and the old Jetty.

Some of the more notable sites featured on the Broome Heritage Trail are also included on the Jetty to Jetty Trail. Some of the more interesting landmarks only featured on the Jetty to Jetty Trail include: the old Courthouse, a beautiful example of tropical architecture, historic pearling locations; the Pioneer Cemetery and Kennedy Hill.

A map is available at the Broome Visitors Centre. You can also download the free Jetty to Jetty app which offers fantastic information. There is some directional as well as great interpretive signage along the way. You can catch a bus if getting tired. Check timetables. 


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