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When packing for your Broome adventure, don't forget to bring your swimsuit, sunscreen and a hat to protect you from the Western Australian heat. Comfortable shoes and a sense of adventure are also considered Broome essentials.
This Western Australian paradise is home to some of the world's most beautiful beaches, including Cable Beach, where you can ride camels and watch the sunset over the Indian Ocean. If you're feeling adventurous, head to Willie Creek Pearl Farm to learn about the local pearl industry or take a scenic flight over the stunning Kimberley region.
Broome has a tropical climate, which typically includes a wet and dry season. The wet season generally stretches from November until April while the dry season extends from May until September. The best time to visit this Western Australian gem is when the weather is warm, and the skies are clear for stunning sunsets (between May and September). So, pack your bags, grab your sunscreen and get ready for an unforgettable adventure.
Take a walking tour and learn about Broome’s pearling history, check out the Pearl Luggers Museum, eat your way around Chinatown, catch a flick at the outdoor cinema, hit the road in a 4WD, explore Horizontal Falls, see dinosaur footprints at Gantheaume Point, learn about Indigenous culture and traditions, sample the local cuisine – the list is endless!