5 June 2012

What to see and do in The Kimberley

For a relaxed shopping atmosphere head to the Broome Courthouse Markets and enjoy Broome’s freshest local produce and locally made arts, crafts, clothing and jewellery.

Pearl shopping in Broome
Pearl shopping in Broome
Discover Broome’s cultural history by taking a stroll through Chinatown on Johnny Chi Lane.  The open air mall is lined with sidewalk cafes, fine pearl showrooms and boutique shopping.

Dine overlooking beautiful Cable Beach at one of Cable Beach Club Resort’s three restaurants, offering a variety of cuisines to cater for any tastebud.

Take yourself on a culinary journey and discover the flavours of indigenous bush food and a range of boutique Australian wines at the PKG Bar and Grill, a part of Pinctada Kimberley Grande.

Get in touch with your wild side and ride a camel into the sunset along Cable Beach.

Sunset camel ride, Broome
Sunset camel ride, Broome
Cool down with a beverage from Broome’s famous outdoor beach bar, Divers Tavern. This drinking hole will sooth your soul with live music and entertainment from national and international artists.

Dance the night away at the biggest outdoor dance party in the west at Roebuck Bay Outdoor Bar.

Entertainment & Attractions
See how the rare and beautiful Australian South Sea Pearl is produced by taking a cruise along the beautiful waters of Willie Creek.

Bungle Bungles, Purnululu National Park
Bungle Bungles, Purnululu National Park 
Discover the hidden world of breathtaking gorges, tropical pools, remarkable caves and Aboriginal rock art on a tour of the Bungle Bungles

1 comment:

  1. One of the best ways to see the spectacular sunset at cable beach is from the back of a camel. Broome caravan parks offer beautiful accommodation with most offering park homes and swimming pools.

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