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7 best attractions in Broome - Right on the money!

Broome is a town in Northwestern Australia that is piping up some interest among tourists. Want to know why? Well, read on to find out!


Horizontal Falls

This is one tourist attractions that attract visitors from all over the country and the world too. This is one of the wonderful experiences you can have when in Broome. This tour will feature the world popular Horizontal falls in a speedboat. On top of that, you can also have a scenic tour on over this picturesque area and be spell bounded by the spectacular views! The tour leaves by 8 am and you will be returning by 5 pm. Besides, if you are looking for accommodation in Broome close to tourist attractions then you can check out properties like Oaks Broome, for example.


Riddell Beach

The next on the list is the Riddell beach. This may not be popular as the Cable Beach and it is also a little tricky to find it. But it is well worth the effort and the red tracks is quite the iconic landmark. This beach is very charming and has a splendid collection of rock formations making it a tourist spot that ought to be photographed.


Dinosaur Footprints

If you, as a child, were fascinated by dinosaurs and the Jurassic Park movies, here in Broome you will have the time of your life. There are many uncovered footprints of dinosaurs here, and you can also find the largest footprint of the dinosaur in the world today!



The next stop on your trip is going to be a fishing expedition. Wondering why? Well, you are going to have the fishing expedition of your life surrounded by the stunning and incredible Roebuck Bay. Whilst you quietly fish waiting to get that salmon, you will have an awfully good time just taking in all the beautiful views!


Staircase right to the Moon

We have all watched romantics movies where the full moon appears over the sea and reflects brilliantly over the waters making it look like a staircase towards this brilliant celestial body. This very rare phenomenon can be experienced from the month of March towards October at the Roebuck Bay. Might as well head to Broome during these times to witness the spectacle.


Cable Beach

Now is the time to witness the most popular beach here in Broome. Cable Beach isn't only a famous beach in Broome, but in Australia as a whole. You can have a relaxing time lying down on the soft powdery sands and get that suntan! And there are some popular water-sports activities you can check out too.


Gantheaume Point

This is another picturesque area in Broome where gigantic red rock formations stand tall magnificently with a backdrop of aqua blue waters of the brilliant ocean. This is very close to the Cable Beach, therefore make sure to walk by and check this place out! You will love it and offers you a sensory overload!