Beaches of Broome
Hostel, 4-Bed Mixed Dormitory Room
4 Sanctuary Road, Cable Beach, 6726 Broome, Australia
This stylish backpacker resort is just 250 yards from the famous Cable Beach and offers free continental breakfast. You can relax in the outdoor pool or enjoy a game of pool at the bar. Situated just 2.5 miles from Broome Airport and a 15-minute bus ride from Broome’s historic Chinatown district. Wi-Fi access is available. The tour desk can help you get the most out of your time in The Kimberley.
❝Good Wi-Fi!! Cleanest kitchen I've ever since (constantly maintained by the staff), Air-con in room, Swimming pool...Very new and clean!❞
❝Very clean, well organized. All the likely things wanted by gliders and others had been catered for. Lots of power points. Having a small bar. Breakfast being provided. The pool area and sun loungers. Comfy settees.❞
Broome is a beach resort town in western Australia’s Kimberley region. Along its Indian Ocean coastline, the white sands of 22km-long Cable Beach offer a dramatic backdrop for sunset camel rides. At Gantheaume Point nearby, dinosaur tracks are revealed in the beach’s red rocks during low tide. Broome’s historic Chinatown overlooks Roebuck Bay, a jumping off point for cruises to local pearl farms. Attractions in town include Chinatown’s Sun Pictures, the world’s oldest operating outdoor cinema. Pearl Luggers and the Broome Museum, both by Roebuck Bay, celebrate the town’s long involvement with the pearling industry. Thousands of shorebirds, some flying from as far away as Siberia, can be spotted at the Broome Bird Observatory just outside town. Malcolm Douglas Crocodile Park shelters an array of Australia's wildlife on its 30 hectares, including many crocodiles. To the north, the Dampier Peninsula is home to several Aboriginal communities and sheltered beaches.