Exploring Broome and other great destinations in Western Australia is best done with a campervan. A campervan hire will allow you to travel around this vast region at your own pace, enjoying all the comforts of a modern home. VroomVroomVroom can help you compare campervan rental rates from Australia's top providers.
Broome's tropical climate and impressive scenery makes it an interesting destination to visit year-round. The town was established in the 1880s, and has a long history of pearling. Broome has a diverse cultural heritage, and several exciting attractions. Visitors can walk along famous Cable Beach, visit Roebuck Bay, admire the azure waters and relax under a palm tree. With a rental campervan, you can explore the wild Kimberley region, which contains many stunning natural sites.
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Broome Vacation Village Caravan Park sits at 14 Wattle Drive in Roebuck. The park is a tropical paradise, located nearby Chinatown. The site offers free barbecues, large caravan sites, camp sites, gas refills, tour bookings, tropical gardens, communal amenities block, laundry and dumpsite.
Kooljaman at Cape Leveque can be reached via Cape Leveque Road. It is a popular and award-winning Aboriginal owned luxury wilderness camp that offers several accommodation options such as safari tents, cabins, campground units, beach camping shelters and campground ideal for tents, camper trailers and campervans. Staying at the site enables you to experience its alfresco dining, see the area's rich marine life, mud crabbing, fishing, bird watching, swimming, whale watching and even the scenic flights that it offers.
Palm Grove Holiday Resort offers a wide range of accommodation that also includes a caravan site. The resort is located at the corner of Murray Road and Cable Beach Road West. Located on Cable Beach, Palm Grove Holiday Resort serves as an ideal venue to relax, have fun and create more unforgettable memories with family and friends. Its facilities include a tour desk, swimming pool, Internet access, laundry room, mini golf, general store, cafe, dump point, camp kitchen and free gas barbecues.
Roebuck Bay Caravan Park is located at 91 Walcott Street in Broome. The site is popular for the wide range of accommodation that it offers, its picturesque surroundings as well as for its central location. Barbecues, cafe, shady picnic areas and boat ramp are just some of its on-site features.
Top attractions in Broome
Anastasia's Pool can be found on the northern side of Gantheaume Point in Broome. It is a natural rock pool popular for offering relaxing warm water during high tide. The site was named after Anastasia, the wife of the former lighthouse keeper who arranged the pool for her to find relief from her arthritis.
Beagle Bay can be reached via Beagle Road in Broome. It is a well-known Aboriginal community that has beautiful surroundings and is home to the historical Beagle Bay Sacred Heart Church and its mother of pearl shell altar. The area serves as a great venue for appreciating arts and crafts, animal viewing, bird watching, crabbing, picnicking, meditating and hiking.
Broome Historical Society Museum is located at Lot 271 Saville Street. It is home to a collection showing the area's diverse cultural history. Broome Historical Society Museum offers visitors an opportunity to learn about Broome's pearling history and the WWII Japanese attacks, see Aboriginal artifacts, learn interesting stories about missing diamonds, rediscover the interesting former general store that dates back the 1890s and more.
Cable Beach offers more than white sand and turquoise water. The site can be reached via the Cable Road West in Broome. It is a world famous beach ideal for activities like camel riding, jet skiing, boat cruising, sun bathing, swimming, sea kayaking and snorkeling.
Gantheaume Point has beautiful coastal scenery and ancient dinosaur footprints. It is situated at Gantheaume Point Road in Broome. For those who wish to see the dinosaur footprints that date back over 120 million years, stroll the heritage walk with the aid of the site's information panels.
Matso's Broome Brewery and Restaurant sits at 60 Carnarvon Street, Broome. It is a famous and award-winning microbrewery and restaurant that serves great tasting food, fine wine and beer while also offering picturesque views of Roebuck Bay. We highly recommend the venue.