Broome & Surrounds


About Broome

The elegant design compliments the property’s ‘swish’ location in Broome’s top end, on the edge of Roebuck Bay. And yet the space feels casual enough to induce relaxation as soon as you step inside. The greatest experience is breaking free from the confines of a conventional hotel. The space is all yours in this holiday home not to be missed.

Broome Visitor Center

1 Hamersley Street, Broome, WA 6725

Phone: 08 9195 2200


Broome’s iconic beach is consistently voted in the “Top 10 Beaches in the World”. Umbrellas, beach chairs, surf boards, boogie boards, stand-up paddle boards and beach play equipment are available for hire. Take in the sunrise or sunset atop Broome’s iconic animal – the camel.

You can drive on to the beach at Gantheaume Point which is very convenient with kids. Explore the rock pools and swim in the safe waters. You can also view dinosaur footprints and swim in Anastasia’s Pool below the operational lighthouse.

Enter another world through the jaws of a giant saltwater crocodile. Constructed over several months in 2005, the giant fiberglass head is already recognised as the best example of its kind in the world. The famous daily feeding tour showcases some of the largest crocodiles on display in Australia.

Lots of experimenting with beautiful Broome Mangoes has produced an extensive range of unique mango products. From homemade icecream to chutney and sauces. Visit the Mango Place to taste the different creations.

Ideal relaxing picnic and swimming spot located at the end of Robinson Street. Cafe facilities available. Also a great spot to watch the Staircase to the Moon and enjoy the Staircase Markets. The Town Beach Cafe is open for coffee and light meals during the day, and it is great place to sit and watch the world go by.