Broome, a beach resort town in WA, is home to the Famous Cable Beach which has more than 22 Kilometers of White Sandy Beaches. The water is warm and flat and the natural wonder: Stairway to the Moon occurs from March to October The light from each full moon makes the mudflats at Roebuck Bay look like a set of gleaming stairs rising into the night sky. Try a Camel Ride @ Sunset.

It also has an abundance of the largest and most diverse dinosaur footprints in the world found at Nearby Gantheaume Point.

From Broome there are many to do destinations such as The Kimberly's,  Dampier Peninsular with Cape Leveque, The Bungle Bungles & Horizontal Falls with opportunities for Hiking, Swiming, Barramundi Fishing, Aboriginal Cultural Experiences, Helicopter Rides and Amazing 4WD Tours.

Make Sure You Check out the Sun Pictures - Australia's oldest Out Door Cinema in the heart of Chinatown.

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