Broome & Dampier Peninsula
The perfect mix of beachside glamour and exceptional adventure, Broome and the Dampier Peninsular has a reputation for being a tropical oasis of striking turquoise beaches and red dirt. Rich in Aboriginal heritage and with a mix of Asian history thrown in, Broome has a lot more that meets the eye.
A chilled out region known by holidaymakers for relaxation and indulgence. The world-famous Cable Beach offers the iconic sunset beach instagram shot and the surrounds offer various options for trail users.
If you're up for a stroll, the 500 metre one-way Nagula Walk Trail in Minyirr Park provides a scenic walk with access over dunes to Cable Beach. This trail is for people seeking a more peaceful natural way of getting to Cable Beach far from the tourist hordes. Follow the Goolil (turtle) trail marker.
If you're keen to experience and learn Broome's food scene and learn a bit about it's heritage along the way then why not try the Broome Heritage and Food trail. Become immersed in the history of the town and enrich your tastebudes with vibrant flavours along the way.
Broome's culturally diverse history offers an array of different cuisines. See and taste the magic of the pearling history, relax and enjoy the live entertainment while watching the moon rise over Roebuck Bay, or dine in style while enjoying a Broome brewed beer.
Whether you are looking for relaxation and indulgence, or adventure and excitement, it is all here! Don't just tick off your Broome bucket list - come back again and again and feel like a local!
If you're preparing for or want a taste of the Gibb River Road, the West Kimberley's 350-million-year-old reef system has created a trio of spectacular natural treasures - Windjana Gorge, Tunnel Creek and Geikie Gorge. Venture into one of the last true wilderness areas on earth to experience all three, and get a taste of the Kimberley’s pioneering spirit on the legendary Gibb River Road.
Further up the Peninsula, Cape Leveque offers stunning red-dirt-meets-white-sand and turquoise waters beaches and some 4WD tracks to camping points.