If you consider yourself to be a bit of a road trip enthusiast, but haven’t yet taken a drive around the Kimberley region of Western Australia, we’ve got both good and bad news for you. The bad news is that you really can’t call yourself a motoring fan until you’ve explored what this breathtaking region …

Chinatown Besides a favored shopping location, Chinatown has a long history that includes the pearl industry. Tour pearl showrooms and read the plaques along the way that tell the tale of the town’s early days. Town Beach This legendary location provides spectators with the view of the unusual phenomenon locals call the Staircase to the …

Broome Car Hire The Kimberley is vast, three times the size of England, some 423,517 square kilometres and parts of it truly inaccessible at certain times of the year. So if its exploring your after, a 4wd is an absolute necessity. For visiting the attractions in Broome a normal car is sufficient. Here is a …

If you’re keen to keen to keep your spending to a minimum, then you’ll be pleased to know that there are plenty of ways to enjoy Broome on a budget! Here are just a few tips on how to keep costs down, whilst still getting the most out of your time in Broome. Firstly, if …

Whether you choose to relax while looking over Roebuck Bay, Cable Beach or watch the world go by in Chinatown, with over a dozen places to have a cuppa, you are sure to find somewhere to assuage your appetite. There are other great places to dine for lunch or dinner but I have include these …

Broome has an astounding wellspring of talented artists, many of whom have been inspired by the people and surroundings of Broome and the Kimberley. For those of you who like to spend some time being enchanted by local contemporary artists, you will love the diversity and outstanding calibre of “Broome Artists” and “Photographers“, for all …

Traveling can be a thirsty past time, especially up here in the tropics where its essential to replace fluids for your health and well being. I have listed a few of Broome’s best places to wet your whistle. Just in case you were interested .. Many years ago in England , pub frequenters had a …

Dampier Peninsula .. Broome’s best kept secret 4WDriving up the unsealed Cape Leveque Road is a great adventure if you dont mind the corrugations and pot holes because once you arrive, you will be glad you did! The Dampier Peninsula is made up of many small Indigenous communities and many have developed eco tourism ventures. …

Broome, the southern gateway to the Kimberley is more than just a tropical seaside town.  Situated on a 15 km long peninsula, surrounded by turquoise waters, white sand and pindan cliffs, Broome has a rich cultural diversity and charm.  Time has a different meaning here than anywhere else and the “slip into Broome time” signifies …

The Gibb River Road is a former cattle route that stretches almost 660 kilometres through the heart of the Kimberley and winds its way through a breathtaking landscape, filled with beautiful gorges, crystal clear rock pools, magnificent rivers, spectacular ranges, and age old rock formations. There is a rich Aboriginal history with the infamous Jandamarra …