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Situated near the airport, this luxury hotel is 3 mi (4.8 km) from Sun Pictures and within 6 mi (10 km) of Matso's Brewery and Broome Golf Club. Town Beach and ...
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Situated near the airport, this campground is 3.1 mi (5 km) from Courthouse Markets and within 6 mi (10 km) of Sun Pictures and Matso's Brewery. Broome Golf ...
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Situated near the beach, this apartment building is within 3 mi (5 km) of Sun Pictures, Johnny Chi Lane, and Courthouse Markets. Pearl Luggers Museum and Matso's ...
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Couples looking to get away will find a romantic atmosphere in Broome, and visitors give high marks for the beaches. Tourists can also enjoy the city's safari tours, parks, and wineries.
Families come for attractions such as Johnny Chi Lane, Malcolm Douglas Crocodile Park, and Willie Creek Pearl Farm. The city's natural setting is picturesque, including the beaches and these places to visit: Bedford Memorial Park, McDaniel's Lookout, and Town Beach. A couple of additional sights to add to your agenda are Sun Pictures and Short Street Gallery.
As you plan your holiday getaway, you'll find 33 hotels and other lodging options to choose from in Broome. Below are top ranked ones based on Expedia user reviews:
Broome enjoys a one-of-a-kind position in the world. Sitting on a peninsula in the province of Western Australia, it is often considered the gateway to The Kimberley. The wilderness marries the ocean here, giving tourists the perfect opportunity to enjoy both land and sea on the same holiday. Lush green tree cover, bright blue water, and crisp white sand beaches can all be found in this one small traveller’s dream. Expect a laid back attitude here, as well as a load of charm. Ride a camel on the beach, see dinosaur footprints, and take a dip in the Indian Ocean!
There’s plenty to do once you arrive in Broome, including several sightseeing tours to popular points of interest. Saddle up for a sunset ride on a camel safari, or take a scenic flight around Kimberly with an accomplished aviator. One must-see stop is the Horizontal Falls, also known as the “Horries,” where you can see an unusual natural phenomenon unlike any other part of the planet. Broome is also home to a bird observatory that boasts more than 300 assorted avian species from across Australia.
If you’d rather soak up some culture, the Short Street Gallery is where you can find exquisite exhibitions of artwork created by the area’s indigenous inhabitants. And history buffs are bound to have an engaging experience at the Broome Historical Museum, and by visiting the World War II Flying Boat Wrecks, which are visible and visitable exclusively during times when there’s an exceptionally low tide. Also, if you want to learn more about one of Broome’s biggest industries, the Willie Creek Pearl Farm is the place to see the sizable impact that these spherical treasures have upon the local economy.
Escape the cold on your next trip to Broome, where the temperature rarely falls below 14 degrees Celsius, even in the middle of winter. As part of the Australian tropics, Broome enjoys a semi-arid climate with alternating wet and dry seasons. The dry season, which spans from April through November, is when the weather’s warmest and clouds are uncommon. But even in the rainy season, not much of the wet stuff actually hits the ground, as Broome only receives rainfall on an average of 50 days each year. This area is, however, known for its unpredictable and fluctuating precipitation, which can change dramatically from year to year.
Accommodation in Broome is nearly as diverse as its natural landscape. They range from budget backpacker hostels to self-contained private rentals and impressive resorts along Cable Beach. Visitors also have the option of staying at a property with a bit more personality, such as an eco-resort or nature retreat. Broome hotels are comfortable, can meet any budget, and usually sit within just a few minutes of the area’s most popular attractions. Book ahead on Expedia.com.au to enjoy the widest selection of hotel options.
If you are planning your trip to Broome around the weather, the temperature is warmest in the months of March, April, November, and December. During these time frames the temperature can average 34 degrees Celsius. Broom is coldest in the month of December, when the average temperature is 14 degrees Celsius. You can avoid most of the region’s rainfall by visiting in September and October.
Broome has a vacation experience for everyone, from families and couples to solo travellers looking for a reprieve from daily life. Search for your next accommodation in Broome here on Expedia.com.au. You can easily refine your search by brand, theme, or hotel class, and our map lets you find a hotel in the Broome neighbourhood you prefer.