Located in the north of Western Australia, the isolated town of Broome has a fascinating history and acts as a gateway to the wider Kimberley region. Famous for its pearling industry, Broome is the perfect place to experience gorgeous sunsets over the Indian Ocean from the relaxing environs of tranquil and deserted beaches.
Roebuck Bay offers the chance to watch exotic birds and see dinosaur footprints. It is also the location for the ‘Staircase to the Moon’, a natural phenomenon that provides visitors with a sensational photographic opportunity. Visitors to Broome can also purchase pearls in Chinatown and ride camels along the gorgeous Cable Beach. Further afield from Broome in the Kimberley region, visitors can experience the outback by driving the Gibb River Road to Kununurra, stay at the remote El Questro Wilderness Park or see the Bungle Bungle mountains in Pernululu National Park.