Cable Beach

Broome's Cable Beach is world famous for its 22 km of sun-kissed white sand, turquoise water and spectacular Indian Ocean sunsets.

Dinosaur Foot Prints

For nature of a more historical kind, nothing gets much more ancient than the 130 million year old Dinosaur Footprints which can be seen at low tides.

Horizontal Waterfalls

``One of the greatest wonders of the natural world`` One of the icons of the Kimberley coast, the Horizontal Waterfalls are a pair of stunning.

Old Movie Theatre

World's longest-running outdoor cinema, built in 1913, screening new releases in a charming setting. The cinema is located in China Town.

Caves Walk

Enjoy a 7km return walk along the beach south of the resort towards Cape Villaret & explore the wonders of the Kimberley coastline at your leisure.

Jacks Bar

ccupying arguably the finest position of any restaurant in Western Australia, Jack's Bar & Restaurant provides the perfect setting.

Scenic Flights

What better way to marvel at this ancient and timeless part of the world then from the air in the comfort of our Robinson 44 helicopter.

Willie Creek Pearls

Located just 38 km north of Broome, the Willie Creek Pearl Farm is perfectly situated on the scenic and protected tidal estuary of Willie Creek.

Red Rock Explorer

Stop for a swim, take a picnic lunch & enjoy! A great way to extend your beach walk is to head south from the 'mini bungles' to the magical caves.

Ocean Front Pool

What better way to spend the day than in the only pool in Broome overlooking the Indian Ocean? Note that the pool is for in-house guests only.

Beach Shelters

Order a picnic hamper & spend the day on the beach at one of the beach shelters. Hampers are available from the bar & can be collected in the morning