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Broome

With the warm and often humid climate, local often dine al fresco on open decks and wide verandas to enjoy the tropical conditions. Learn about the local pearl industry from the 1088s, visit a working pearl farm where you can take a two hour ecotour of its aquatic beds and learn about the industry’s history.

Cable Beach

22 kilometres (14 miles) of more soft white sand, the water is warm and flat, with gentle, ankle-height waves makes for relaxed beach experiences. There are camel rides to enjoy and the sunset is a must see.

Kimberley Cruising

Red cliffs and waterfalls, departing Broome on luxury cruise boats you can explore the region from a different point of view. Pass thousands of islands on your way to see ochre cliffs and isolated beaches. Learn about the geology of the region, ancient rock art, giant boab trees and the spacious surrounds of the Kimberley.

Lake Argyle, near Kununurra
Aerial view of local tourism operator at Lake Argyle, near Kununurra
Camels at sunset on Cable Beach, Broome
Camels at sunset on Cable Beach, Broome

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