Broome is an old pearling town and it has some remarkable sandy beaches around which has a fresh feel to it as well as its old legacy. The main swimming choice in Broome is the famous Cable Beach, a white sand beach possessing clear waters. Cable beach’s northern end caters 4WD access and hosts small nudist section. Moreover, it’s a great place to witness a breathtaking sunset. The end of the beach on the other hand, is Gantheaume Point which shows fabulous cliffs that some even have dinosaur footprints set on them.

Roebuck Bay is another popular beach in Broome which is one of the main sites in Australia because of migratory wading birds. Near it is the marvelous Broome Bird Observatory that offers various observatory trails around the area.
Broome also has a wide selection of accommodations ranging from camping grounds and hostels, to motels, hotels, lodges, and holiday resorts. Broome is a must-visit destination if one seek for beaches that are ideal for escapades.