This flash-packer resort caters to many, with a range of affordable accommodation from private ensuite rooms, family rooms with shared facilities and backpacker-style dormitories. The communal kitchen offers the flexibility to self-cater and guests can relax and meet like-minded travellers while enjoying the outdoor pool or barbecue area, having a game of pool at the bar or watching a movie in the DVD room. Social interaction is further encouraged with weekly activities such as barbecue nights, pool competitions plus more.
Why we recommend the Beaches of Broome
- Award-winning budget accommodation
- Location within a short walk of Cable Beach
- On-site pool, barbecue, bar and games room
- Location just four kilometres from the airport
- Luxury accommodations at affordable prices
Attractions near the Beaches of Broome
Discover fearsome native wildlife firsthand
As one of Australia’s most remote, naturally beautiful communities, Broome is the ideal place to encounter some of Australia’s diverse wildlife. Just a short stroll from the property is majestic Cable Beach, a 22-kilometre stretch of red cliffs, pure white sand and turquoise water. During migration season, this location is ideal for spotting passing dolphins and whales.
Nearby Roebuck Bay is a breeding and feeding ground for dugongs, dolphins, green turtles, crustaceans and many fish species. The Broome Bird Observatory on the bay allows for conversation and education, studying the 150,000 shore birds that visit the bay annually. Just outside Broome at Malcolm Douglas’ Crocodile Park and Animal Refuge, visitors can also see some of Australia’s largest crocodiles, rare white dingoes, kangaroos, wallabies, emus, snakes and lizards.
Explore the rich Indigenous history of Broome
Local Aboriginal tribes have been in the Kimberley region for more than 40,000 years. Take a trip north to isolated Buccaneer Archipelago to see firsthand some of the world’s oldest rock paintings, experience life with a traditional Indigenous tribe on the Mitchell Plateau, or witness Indigenous works in progress at local Broome art galleries or farther east in the rich cultural community of Kununurra.
These sites are still important cultural and spiritual centres for the land’s first people. At local sites such as Roebuck Bay and Gantheaume Point, you can also see living history with 130 million-year-old dinosaur footprints appearing at low tide.