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 whistle baked into the rim, or handle, of their ceramic cups. When they needed a refill, they used the whistle to get some service. ‘Wet your whistle’ is the phrase inspired by this practice.

Sunday Sesh

Sunday Sesh aboard the Karma IV YachtThe Sunday Sesh – join the young at heart for a party aboard the gorgeous Karma IV. Tickets available at Diverse Watersports, Boulevard Shopping Centre, Broome. Phone: (08) 9193 5131

Matso’s Brewery

Matso's BreweryMatso’s is practically an institution in Broome, with its corrugated walls, wide verandahs and garden tables all overlooking the turquoise waters of Roebuck Bay.   Located at 60 Hammersley Street, Matso’s is an idyllic place to wet your whistle, the craft beers are cold and tasty, the fish and chips are awesome, and the setting is priceless.  Website   Phone: (08) 91 927 751

Zanders Restaurant

Zanders Restaurant, BroomeYou can’t drive any closer to the beach than Zanders. Set on the grassed area above Cable Beach, locals and tourist alike gather together to sit back, sink an ice cold beer or sip an amazing cocktail while watching the sun set over the Indian Ocean.

Divers Tavern

Located on Cable Beach Road, almost all the way to Cable Beach, Divers is a popular venue with tourists and locals alike. Divers boasts a fantastic bistro, an outdoor beach bar, national and international bands, an indoor tavern and the largest TAB facilities in Broome with large plasma screens (featuring all fox sports live, for all those ‘must see’ events) Ph: 08 9193 6066

Roebuck Bay Hotel

The Roey has everything to offer, from great rooms to lay your head for a good night’s sleep to a hard pumping outdoor party venue, Oasis Bar where the biggest acts in Australia and overseas come to entertain huge crowds. JC’s Kitchen is the place to go for a great meal while watching some of Broome’s best talent in the Pearler’s Bar or get served your favourite brew at the historic Sports Bar. The Roey also has a bottle shop.

18 Degrees

18 Degrees is the new kid in town and is enjoying the popularity that a great restaurant deserves. Located at Shop 4, 63 Robinson Street, Broome, opposite the Broome Museum.

Phone (08) 9192 7915 to book!