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Cable Beach Club Resort & Spa - Cable Beach Hotels

Cable Beach Club Resort & Spa

Cable Beach Road, Cable Beach - Map
 
 
We had a very relaxing stay and found the staff and facility to be of a great standard.
A Traveller
Kimberley Sands Resort & Spa Cable Beach - Cable Beach Hotels

Kimberley Sands Resort & Spa Cable Beach

10 Murray Road, Cable Beach - Map
 
 
Close to beach, beautiful gardens, very relaxing. Room was clean and layout of hotel was very good. Staff were nice. Very enjoyable stay.
A Traveller
Mangrove Hotel - Broome Hotels

Mangrove Hotel

47 Carnarvon Street, Broome - Map
 
 
"Great location , close to town"
Lovely rooms . Fresh and clean . We came for Ladies Day at the races during the Racing Round . The races were cancelled unfortunately , but we will definately consider booking for next year . Fell in love with Broome .
A Traveller
The Pearle of Cable Beach - Cable Beach Hotels

The Pearle of Cable Beach

14 Millington Road, Cable Beach - Map
 
 
"Beautiful self contained resort "
A wonderful 5 days spent in paradise . The facilities were great if wanting fully self contained accommodation . Furniture and decor lovely . Very private and quite . Pool was beautiful . However beds not super comfortable . The walk to the beach or any sort of Resturant a little far . A car is needed to make it more enjoyable . overall I would recommend .
Traveller from melbourne
The Pearle is a resort in Broome, Australia. This property is located within walking distance of Cable Beach , which has …More
Moonlight Bay Suites - Broome Hotels
AU$235

Moonlight Bay Suites

51 Canarvon Street, Broome - Map
 
 
"Good, close to town."
Good clean hotel with very pleasant and professional staff.
Traveller from Mandurah WA
Pinctada McAlpine House - Broome Hotels

Pinctada McAlpine House

55 Herbert Street, Broome - Map
 
 
"Very Central "
Beautiful character style accommodation. The staff were very extremely attentive. It was very peaceful and quiet. Lovely adult retreat.
Traveller from Perth
Pinctada Cable Beach is located 5km from Broome International Airport 6km from Chinatown and a short stroll from the iconic …More
Oaks Broome - Broome Hotels

Oaks Broome

99 Robinson Street, Broome - Map
 
 
"Good facilities"
I'd been away from civilisation for a while so having great facilities was wonderful. A kitchen and washing machine and dryer made my short stay very good and the space was very good too having been in a tent for some time.
Traveller from Canberra
Bali Hai Resort & Spa - Cable Beach Hotels

Bali Hai Resort & Spa

6 Murray Road, Cable Beach - Map
 
 
"Brilliant studio acmdn a short walk to Cable Beach"
The Bali Hai is a delightful Oasis/haven well located at Cable Beach supported by the local town bus stop immediately outside the complex. The subtle smell of sandalwood issues from incense burners around the grounds and adds to the sense of bliss. The touch of 'Bali' (decor and ambience) is completely synchronous with Broome
Traveller from Melbourne
Mercure Broome - Broome Hotels
AU$199

Mercure Broome

Weld Street, Broome - Map
 
 
We were given an upgrade to a top story room which was great. The staff were friendly and helpful and the room was clean and more than adequate. The hotel is far enough away from China town to avoid excess noise and traffic but still a comfortable distance to walk there. I would recommend this hotel to anyone.
A Traveller
Seashells Resort Broome - Cable Beach Hotels

Seashells Resort Broome

4-6 Challenor Drive, Cable Beach - Map
 
 
Nice gardens, room was great except for hair on floor in bathroom suggesting a quick clean rather then proper. Contractors doing work there were very polite. Young female receptionist was abrupt and uninterested, robotic on check in. Did not leave option of asking any questions.
Traveller from Pilbara W.A

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    Ever since the discovery of the world's largest pearl oyster shell in 1861, Broome has been the pearling capital of Australia. Affectionately known as the 'Pearl of the North', Broome attracted pearl divers from Japan, the Philippines, Indonesia and Malaysia, creating a melting pot of cultures that makes Broome the multicultural town it is today. Only a short flight from Perth, the town’s amazing landscape and colourful lifestyle has also made it a mecca for writers, artists and musicians as well as a popular tourist destination.

    Things to See and Do

    Once you arrive, take the opportunity to explore Broome’s local industries. Learn about pearls with a trip to Willie Creek Pearl Farm, 38 km north of Broome. Take a tour of the farm and see how pearls are grown and harvested, or just head straight to the gift shop for some sweet souvenirs to take home. 25km from Broome is Roebuck Bay, a beach spot popular with families. It is also the location of the Broome Bird Observatory, Australia's most significant site for shorebirds like the Pied Oystercatcher and Red-capped Plover. Next, head to the Manbana Aquaculture and Discovery Centre where you can learn about the continuing role the local Indigenous people play in the fishing industries.

    There are heaps of other things to do and see in Broome. Take a trip to Chinatown and see original corrugated iron huts, pearl showrooms and the world’s oldest operating open-air picture garden, Sun Pictures. The famous Courthouse is a quick 20 minute walk away and is known for its distinctive architecture and Saturday morning markets. Those with an appetite will have lots on their plate, with Broome specialising in mangoes, barramundi and – surprise surprise – pearl meat. The thirsty can also try beer from Broome’s local brewery, Matso’s, which occupies a building which started life as Broome's first bank.

    Take a walk or camel ride along Cable Beach, while staying in our Broome hotels, and discover one of the world's most stunning beaches. Named for the telegraph cable which was laid between Broome and Java in 1889, Cable Beach has 24kms of white sands and turquoise waters. Come here in the afternoon and soak your toes in the Indian Ocean while watching the sunset. The next day, visit Gantheaume Point while the tide is low to see dinosaur footprints over 120 million years old. Our range of hotels in Broome are also a great starting point for exploring the Kimberley region, or if you’d like to be closer, stay in our Kimberley accommodation.

    Events

    Broome is also home to a number of amazing events, such as the famous 'Staircase to the Moon’. This natural phenomenon occurs between March and October for three days after the full moon at extreme low tide. As the moon rises, its reflection stretches over the mudflats of Rosebuck Bay, creating an illusion of a long, silver staircase. Broome also lives up to its reputation as the pearling capital with the Shinju Matsuri Festival of the Pearl in September. Held over 10 days, the festival celebrates Broome’s culture with a range of family-friendly events and entertainment. Lovers of art and nature should also be sure to check out the Opera Under the Stars, held at the end of August each year.

    Whatever you decide to do in Broome, we’re sure you’ll have a ball! Check out our great range of Broome accommodation and cheap flights to Broome.
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