Moments from Broome’s city centre and popular sites such as the Courthouse, the Historical Society Museum and Chinatown the hotel offers easy access to one of Australia’s most beautiful ocean vistas Cable Beach. Resort facilities include luxury Asian-inspired accommodation, a guest laundry, gift shop and a sumptuous day spa. A relaxing coffee can be enjoyed in the hotel’s cafe amid views of the infinity-edge swimming pool before guests venture out for a local meal in one of the many fine dining establishments nearby.
Why we recommend The Pearle of Cable Beach
- Self-contained beachfront resort
- Various rooms including honeymoon villa
- Central 25-metre infinity pool
- Onsite cafe and day spa
- Tours available from resort
Attractions near The Pearle of Cable Beach
A beach worth remembering
Cable Beach is one of Australia’s most unique coastal areas, thanks to its 22-kilometre-long stretch of white sand, backdrop of red cliffs and azure water. The town is known for its pearling history and a lot of the shops sell shiny South Sea pearls. The waves are rarely too rough, so it’s a great area for a casual swim.
Cable Beach is absolutely stunning at sunset and one of the most popular activities is a sunset or sunrise camel ride along the shore. There’s no reason why you can’t pack a picnic and some champagne for a romantic meal on the sand.
Red sand and a natural phenomenon
Roebuck Bay is about eight kilometres from the resort and provides a tropical environment of red-sand beaches, mangroves and tidal creeks. There’s good swimming at high tide and when the water retreats you can walk across the mud flats. Roebuck is home to an array of wildlife including hundreds of birds.
If you visit Roebuck Bay during the colder months, you can witness a spectacular natural phenomenon called the Staircase to the Moon. As the moon rises, its reflection off the mudflats creates an image that looks like a glowing staircase.