Broome

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Broome International Airport (Code: BME)
1 Hamersley St, Broome WA 6725
(08) 9195 2200

Introduction of Broome

Broome is a small coastal town in (Kimberley Region), northern Western Australia, located in a remote area, very far from all the big cities in Australia, about 2400 kilometers from Perth, the capital of Western Australia, and about 1870 kilometers from the capital city of the Northern Territory, Darwin. The remote geographical location makes it known to not many tourists, especially Chinese tourists.

Broome was famous for becoming the world's Nanyang pearl breeding center more than 100 years ago. In 1880, the world's largest pearl mother was discovered in Roerbok Bay near Broome, which made the pearl industry of Broome develop rapidly. Pearl pickers mainly came from Japan, China and Malaysia, which triggered a large-scale migration boom, which was huge enough to compare with the gold rush. And the creation of a cultural melting pot has also made Broome a multicultural town today. At the beginning of last century, the pearl yield layer of Broome reached 80% of the world's total output, which was known as the northern pearl. In addition, it is also rumored to be a place where Indian Ocean pirates have buried their treasures, covering the small city with many legends.

The excavation of tourism resources this year has brought this ancient mysterious town into view again. Broome also has the best natural landscape in Australia: red land, white beach and blue sea, amazing beauty, beautiful color and wonderful light, so that every photo taken here is so perfect that it does not need any decoration to be unparalleled. The world-famous Cable Beach (Cable Beach) is located on the outskirts of Broome. The green waters of the Indian Ocean gently wash away the 20-meter-wide white beach, red soil, white sand, and the Australian "Tang tricolor" made up of the Blue Sea. The beautiful words of the picture in the setting sun are indescribable. Riding camels on Cable Beach is the traditional preservation of program. Visitors can also choose to visit the pearl yard of Willie Creek, or take a four-wheel drive to Windjana and Geikie Gorges to appreciate the unparalleled splendor, thrilling beauty of the area and the experience of exploring the world's last distant frontier. March to October is the best season to visit Broome, when you can see the "moon ladder (Staircase to the Moon)" on the beach: the full moon rises from the bare mud beach at a very low tide, forming a beautiful visual illusion, as if climbing stairs to the moon.

Broome, Derby (Derby) and Kununara (Kununurra) are the three largest towns in the region.


How to get to:

  • Virgin Qantas (Virgin Australia) and Qantas (Qantas) have flights to Broome to Australia's major capital cities.


Selected accommodation:

  • The Cable Beach Club Resort and Spa Hotel (Cable Beach Club Resort & Spa): is the only hotel across the ocean, eight kilometers from the center of Broome. The luxury resort is full of fragrant red flowers, dew pocket trees, palm and monkey noodle bag trees, with a number of leisure and fashion restaurants, bars and cafes, and two large swimming pools. A spa run in partnership with L'Occitane and an impressive museum of art;
  • Billy Resort (The Billi Resort): mixes travel tents with pure white apartment villas;
  • Broome Beach Resort (Broome Beach Resort): is a secluded private villa hotel suitable for family stay, economic cost-effective, comfortable atmosphere.


Time Zone:

  • Broome is located in Western Australia, which uses Australian Western Standard Time (AWST; UTC+8:0);
  • Western Australia does not use DST (Daylight saving time, around Octobor to April).

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