Blue Seas Resort Broome
Only metres from Broome’s stunning Cable Beach, these fully self-contained apartments offer an abundance of space and the convenience of a full kitchen, while outdoors there are two heated swimming pools with spa baths and a barbecue area.
Oaks Cable Beach Sanctuary
Set a leisurely 10 minute stroll from the pristine sands of Cable Beach, this contemporary resort offers stylish studios through to three bedroom apartments, a restaurant and expansive lagoon-style pool.
Mantra Frangipani Cable Beach
Mantra Frangipani Broome is an architecturally designed Broome style resort offering spacious 1, 2 & 3 bedroom self-contained apartments scattered around stunning tropical gardens. The property boasts two swimming pools and is only a short walk from the pristine Cable Beach and an array of restaurants and coffee shops. At the doorstep is the local Broome bus which will take you into Chinatown or to Town Beach.
A beach to end all beaches
The allure of Cable Beach is undeniable with its 22 kilometre stretch of soft white sand surrounded by the stark contrast of rusty red cliffs and verdant, rolling headlands. This is paradise found renowned for its incandescent sunrises and sunsets. The Gantheaume Point dinosaur tracks are just icing on the cake.
You can set up base close to the shore, but take this as fair warning; you may never want to leave. The 4.5-star premium Cable Beach Club Resort & Spa is the only hotel with views over the beach. With all the trappings of a world-class resort over ten hectares, this hotel nearly surpasses the beauty of its location.
The laid back sophistication of Broome
The capital of Western Australia offers travellers delightful seclusion not normally found in capital cities. Despite its remote location, Broome serves up a generous dose of laid back sophistication bolstered by fine-dining, specialty boutiques and an intriguing pearling history.
Behold the Staircase to the Moon over Roebuck Bay or explore the rugged beauty of the Dampier Peninsula; it's all at your fingertips when you book a stay at one of the city's many accommodations. If you'd like to splash out on a swanky resort, you may want to consider the Cocos Beach Bungalows or Pinctada Cable Beach. Alternatively, a handful of local B&Bs offer cosy amenities with middle of the road rates.
Experience the unspoilt glory of the Kimberley
Cable Beach is snugly tucked in the southern portion of the storied Kimberly Region – known for its staggering landscape with scorched red plains, lush and unspoilt bushland and dramatic river gorges. It was one of the country's first settled areas, offering up rich history and regarded indigenous culture.
Accommodation across the Kimberley offers something new for even the most experienced of travellers. Stay in lodges that are so remote they can only be reached by helicopter, or opt for something a bit more traditional. From luxury tent resorts to authentic Australian homesteads, it's easy to find a stay that will leave a lasting impression.