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Situated near the heart of Broome
& on the water’s edge of the
spectacular Roebuck Bay. We
offer Broome accommodation
that is considered to be one
of the regions best positioned
properties featuring one &
two bedroom fully self-contained suites. Of our 50 suites,
25 feature views over the turquoise waters of the bay & the
property’s huge sparkling blue pool. If you want to be close
to the action and enjoy world-class ocean scenery, choose
Moonlight Bay Suites.
MOONLIGHT BAY SUITES
1800 818 878
You simply must visit the only full mash hand crafted brewery
in Australia’s North West. Sit back, relax on the verandah and
enjoy spectacular views over Roebuck Bay whilst sipping on an
award winning beer. Matso’s boasts their own Indian chef with
his authentic North Indian curries or choose from an extensive
a la carte menu.
MATSOS BROOME BREWERY
a 60 Hamersley St, Broome, WA 6725
p (08) 9193 5811
Open 7 days 7am-late
Take a sunset camel ride
on Cable Beach
Visit the flying-boat wrecks
in Roebuck Bay
See the dinosaur footprints
Watch the Staircase to the Moon
Visit the Staircase Markets
Walk along the Port jetty
Buy some pearls
Enjoy a mango daiquiri
Visit the courthouse markets
Watch the tide come in and out
Take a fishing charter
Watch a movie at the
Visit the Japanese and
Watch the sun rise over
Drive along Cable Beach
Go shopping for local artwork
Learn about the pearling
history in Chinatown
The dinosaur footprints visible at low tide
(Photography Tourism WA).
Fly | Direct every day from Perth and Darwin. Less frequent direct
flights run from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide. Some
commercial and charter flights service smaller centres.
Bus | There’s a regular coach service from Perth, which also has
a hop-on, hop-off option, or take one of the various commercial
tours up the coast.
Self Drive | Take the Great Northern Highway inland or the North
West Coastal Highway from Perth. It’s a long drive at 2227km.
There are plenty of hire-car options in town. The flat, wide streets
make cycling a good option; you can hire a bike from Chinatown. Buses
provide regular rides from Chinatown to Cable Beach, where you can
easily walk around. They run every 30 minutes in the Dry or hourly in
the Wet, but if you miss the bus, there are plenty of taxis. On the water,
hire a boat or book a cruise.
A Cable Beach camel ride at sunset
(Photography Simon McBeth).
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