Things To Do In Broome

Things To Do In Broome

Take a Trip Out to the Horizontal Falls

Must do! Experience one of the most iconic natural features of the Kimberley. Fly to the Horizontal Falls and enjoy a high-speed jet boat ride through the cascade during the tide change.

Enjoy Cable Beach

A vast stretch of pristine white sand, clear turquoise water; Cable beach is arguably one of the best beaches in Broome. Enjoy the warm seawater with a swim and laze on the beach, take a scenic tour in one of our choppers to get a stunning aerial view or admire its spectacular sunsets with a camel tour ride.

Learn More About Pearls

Visit a pearl farm and get a souvenir Broome pearl. Willie Creek Pearl farm and Cygnet Bay Pearl farm offer tours that will take you into the world of pearl farming.

Watch a Movie at the Sunset Pictures Cinema

Step into the past and enjoy a balmy evening movie at Broome’s open-air cinema, built at the beginning of the 20th century. Take a rug and pillow for comfort and enjoy!

Explore the Town of Broome

Broome town has many unique and charming offerings, such as the Courthouse Broome and the Broome Historical Museum. The courthouse is rich with historical significance and unique architecture, and at the museum you will learn all about the long history of Broome and it’s pearling industry.

Visit the Courthouse Markets On a Weekend

Every Saturday, markets come alive in Broome town with local aboriginal art, fresh produce and handmade items and delicacies. A stroll through the markets is a great way to find some unique mementos and souvenirs to take home with you.

Visit Broome Crocodile Park

See the famous daily feeding tour which showcases some of the largest crocodiles on display in Australia. The park is also home to colourful birdlife, a cassowary, dingoes, kangaroos, wallabies, emus, snakes and lizards.

Find Dinosaur Footprints at Gantheaume Point

Dinosaur footprints, over 130 million years old, exist in-printed into the reef at Gantheaume and are only visible at low tide.

See the Staircase to the Moon

Low tides create an optical illusion, giving the impression of a staircase leading to the moon. This natural phenomenon only occurs for 3 days a month, from March to October, where the first two nights are celebrated with markets and entertainment.