Pinctada Cable Beach

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10 Murray Street, Cable Beach, Broome, 6725, Australia
Pinctada Cable Beach
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  • Families90
  • Couples80
  • Solo78
  • Business88

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by TravelingSue

Any suggestions on a local tour guide or tour company that does day tours of Broome. Some friends and I are coming to Broome on a cruise ship and interested in doing a shore excursion for 4people. If needed, could probably get 12-15 people. Thanks. Sue

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by Anne12

Hi there,
Broome isn't very big, if there are only 4 of you, I would make my way to the town area and have a walk around here.Grab a coffee and check out the places of interest, Then you could hire a taxi to take you to the Light House/Gantheaume Point area,from here you can walk along the beach to the main area where there are the cafe's, plus this is where everyone heads for sunset and camel rides.
Grab a taxi back to the town or your ship.A taxi wouldn't cost a heap if there are 4 of you and you could do it at your own leisure.
There is also a local bus service. But the times may not suite you.
I am sure if you google for bus timetable for Broome you will find one online.
Here is a page that will give you some information.

If you have a good budget!:) there are some wonderful jewellery shops in Broome that sell the Broome Pearls, boy are they great.
Because you only have the day to explore the town of Broome, I would highly recommend that you don't do the tour to a Pearl Farm,which I am sure will be an optional extra you can purchase on the ship.( this wouldn't leave a lot of time to explore Broome, which is much better than heading to the Pearl farm) just do you own tour of the jewellery shops:)

Re: Broome

by TravelingSue

Anne: Thanks so much for the info. Just love the Internet where so much info is available. I hope that when you come to Texas, we are as friendly as the Aussies. This is my 5th time in Australia as I just love it. Looking forward to seeing more of it as we start in Sydney on a cruise and end up in Perth. Thanks again for the info. Sue

Re: Broome

by Anne12

My pleasure Sue, my goodness, 5th visit to Aussie Land, you really must love our country. When are you going to come and live here????:):)
The cruise sounds fantastic, something I would enjoy, you are going to see heaps of great things along the way.

Re: Broome

by albaaust

Why don't you consider hiring a car for the day? You could also hire scooters ..prices and companies on my page. As previous posts have said Broome is not that big. First stop could be the tourist bureau which has lots of information on places to see. You can easily walk around the main centre.

Have a look at the wonderful places to eat as well.

Re: Broome

by iandsmith

Yes, I agree with the others. Freewheel it. Broome, in my humble opinion, is one of the most over-rated destinations in Australia.
If you're into photography, check out Reddell Beach, so called. The colours are stunning.
The other VTer was right about the jewellery shops - pearls are go!.
Whatever you decide, have a nice time.

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by Mikebb

Broome is hot and humid in November. Hire an airconditioned car. We were there in August and I hired a car for a day , less than $80. You cannot get lost as there are not many roads. We also took a half day tour to Willie Creek Pearl farm. Interesting and good pearls for hire. You will not be allowed to drive a hire car to Willie Creek.

Travel Tips for Broome


by iandsmith

This place has a bit of legend status amongst the locals and rightly so. Though it is a well known hotel these days it was originally a bank! I'm sure there's some irony in there somewhere, I just haven't thought of it yet.
After its life as a bank ended it actually became a general store but it wasn't where it is today. No, it took the legendary Lord McAlpine to move the entire building to its present location where you can sit and reflect while you have an ale today. Beside the pub there's a wonderful gallery with a quality eclectic collection of works. Whatever your choice in art, you're bound to find something here to interest you.

Fishing Broome Style

by Gwynneth

The fishing is great in Broome so board a fishing boat and go catch your dinner off the shores of Roebuck Bay or Cable Beach. Soon you'll be lining up a catch of Barramundi, Queenfish, Mangrove Jack, Trevally or Salmon. Try your luck! What have you got to loose... you're on holiday... relax :o)

If deep sea fishing isn't your thing then try your hand at landing a big one from the Port of Broome’s Deep Water Jetty.

Broome Bird Observatory

by Myndo

The Broome Bird Observatory is located out of the town.

10km out of town you turn to the right on a gravel road. 14 km later you arrive at the beach and the Information bureau.
- I think they are also excursions out there, but we had our car.

Take a binocular with you and enough time and patience. Also, don´t forget the sunscreen and a hat. It can be quite warm here.
They have a lot of birds, but they are not exactly waiting for you :-)

There are also several trails you can make, that will explain you some of the plants and trees in this area.

People and fish watch

by albaaust

Broome Port jetty
This was actually quite a relaxing thing to do. After having a light lunch at the Wharf we walked down the path then crossed over the road in front of the check building through the gate where there is a ramp where lots of people were fishing. We went in the afternoon and even though it was quite hot elsewhere on that ramp in the shade it was cool. What was interesting is that you could see lots of fish. Not many people seemed to be actually catching them!!

Laze around at Cable Beach

by albaaust

Cable Beach it seems is the beach to be seen at. The beach itself is sparkling clean and a huge expanse of white, hard sand.

Be prepared to see some "expanses" of nude bodies!

You can hire sun lounges and umbrellas during the peak season.


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Address: 10 Murray Street, Cable Beach, Broome, 6725, Australia