Cable Beach

Camels of Cable Beach
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22 kilometres of luminescent sand, turquoise waters and pristine coastline.Cable Beach is haven, boardering on the Indian Ocean. Each day the beach is washed fresh by tides reaching over 9 metres. Cable Beach is a natural playground, providing an ideal and safe swimming environment. Spend the day snorkeling and relaxing in the sun; or for a truly unique experience, try one of the camel rides across the stunning beach at sunset.

The renowned Cable Beach got its name from the famed telegraph cable that was laid between Broome and Java in 1889. Today sanctuary provides a safe haven to enjoy the illustrious Broome sunsets.

 

 

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Cable Beach Club Resort
Cable Beach Club Resort

Where the ocean meets the outback, lies a truly magical place; Cable Beach Club Resort & Spa.  more


Cable Beachside Resort

Relax in one of 16 spacious 2 or 3 bedroom apartments. Located a short 400m walk from famous Cable Beach and set in lush tropical gardens with a salt water swimming pool and large grassed areas for the children. Walking distance to restaurants, cafes, bars and mini-mart, the resort is perfectly located for a quiet relaxing holiday, or an adventure holiday to remember for a lifetime.   more


Seashells Resort Broome
Seashells Resort Broome

Seashells Resort Broome (4.5 star) has been specifically designed to allow families and couples alike to indulge in the peace and tranquillity of this tropical paradise.  more


Cable Beach at sunset
Cable Beach

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Cable Beach at sunset
Pearl Luggers of Broome

Experience more than 140 years of Broome's unique maritime heritage.  more


Beautiful sunset at Cable Beach
Broome Visitor Centre

You can expect a warm Kimberley welcome when you visit the fantastic team at the Broome Visitor Centre!   more


Red Beach
Broome

Broome, bordered with sandy white beaches and pristine waters is a popular holiday destination 2237km north of Perth with a population of 13,717. Broome is most famed for it amazing Cable Beach. This beach is of sheer expanse, spanning 22 kilometres of bleached white sand along the coast; and is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. The radiant blue ocean is skirted by the glowing sand to form a picturesque image of natural beauty. Near to Broome and Cable Beach, visitors can visit the dinosaur prints of Gantheaume Point. The rugged red rocks, overlooking the ocean, hold the fossilised prints from prehistoric times.     more


Camel Riding on Cable Beach
The Tides Bar & Garden Restaurant

This restaurant is part of the Mangrove Resort Hotel and is set in a remarkable location, overlooking Roebuck Bay.  more


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