In Broome, see Anastasia
Beagle Bay is one of three Aboriginal communities on the Dampier Peninsula north of Broome, and an interesting part of Western Australian history.
Broome Historical Society Museum offers an insightful look into Broome
With 22 kilometres of sun-kissed white sand and turquoise water, Broome's Cable Beach is justifiably world famous and the ideal place to go swimming and watch the sunset into the Indian Ocean on a balmy, tropical night.
Hit the red dirt road for a four wheel drive adventure to remote Cape Leveque on the tip of the Dampier Peninsula north of Broome.
Take a stroll through Chinatown, the original bustling centre of Broome, where pearl showrooms, galleries and cafes abound.
At Gantheaume Point near Broome see ancient dinosaur footprints that are more than 120 million years old.
Gain an appreciation for the lives sacrificed by the Japanese migrants who settled in Broome to prosper from Broome
The Monsoon Gallery is housed in historic Captain Gregory's House in Old Broome. View their stunning range of artworks, Asian and tropical influenced furniture, jewellery and artefacts.
One Arm Point is a laid back remote Aboriginal community north of Broome. Check out the stunning coastline with spectacular views out to the Buccaneer Archipelago. Watch in amazement as the massive tides rip past the many small islands. Learn about local Aboriginal culture, and immerse yourself in their unique lifestyle.
Nigel Gaunt's Red Dirt Photographic Gallery was opened on 1 November 2007. It showcases the award winning works of this local Photographer. Nigel specialises in landscape and fine art photography as well as offering photographic tuition through his tours.
Reddell Beach is a favourite beach amongst the Broome locals, with the stark contrasts of red pindan bordering the white sandy beach. Examine the unusual rock formations with their intricate erosion patterns along the pristine stretch of beach.
Roebuck Bay is one of Broome
The fishing, snorkelling and diving are out of this world at the remote and pristine Rowley Shoals Islands north of Broome.
Check out the distinctive Broome style architecture and soak up the laid back tropical ambiance of the historic Broome Courthouse. Enjoy a picnic under the beautiful old trees and admire the well kept gardens.