Broome is a popular seaside resort town in Western Australia’s red-soil country of Kimberley. This pretty coastal town is overlooked by a spectacular landscape of creeks and bays teeming with marine life, emerald mangroves, and mudflats – all washed by the cerulean blue waters of the Indian Ocean. As the farthest spot on Kimberley’ s Dampier Peninsula, Broome is part of ancient rock formations. Dinosaur tracks found on the red rocks lying beneath the beach reveal the region’s true age. This is the ancient land of the Aboriginal Yawuru people. Tourists troop to the beautiful white sands of the town’s massive Cable Beach, famous for surfing and romantic camel rides at sundown. The town’s historic Chinatown, Roebuck Bay and cruises to local pearl farms are popular attractions.
Cable Beach Club Resort and Spa is ideally located on gorgeous Cable Beach, just minutes from the heart of town. Look forward to a comfortable stay in spacious ensuite studios sporting contemporary décor accentuated by ethnic accessories.