On the main street of Broome is the historical and very romantic outdoor deckchair Sun Cinema. I saw Waterworld here when it came out and it's was an awesome experience.
Doors Open 30mins prior to First Screening time
Prices: ADULTS $15, CONC. $11.50, CH $10, FAMILY (4) $42.
Dress Code: casual
- Arts and Culture
Bungalow Bar: The only cruisy place in town
Late night venue - has tried to bring a bit of class to Broome for the 2007 season. Awesome cocktails cruisy music and great staff make this place a great alternative to the pissed up aboriginal and tradie bars.
Dress Code: Smart sexy cool - Collared shirts and appropriate footwear for boys - girls have the chance to look nice.
Oasis - Roebuck hotel: Wet T-Shirt Night
Thursday nights in Broome and the place to be is Oasis - sometimes a cover charge ($5) and you will be treated with up to ten girls from many nations wetting their t-shirts and ripping them off for the chance to win $500. The comp starts at around 9pm and the bar closes at 1am. Its an outside venue which holds up to 750 people so its an interesting night.
Dress Code: Very casual - rubber thongs OK
Tokyo Joes.: Nightclub?Shoebox?
Tokyo Joes is a nightclub near the town centre, it`s quite small and is more of a room than a nightclub i did have a couple of good nights in there but if you go you probably won`t hurry back. Tuesday nights is Karokee night this can be a bit of a laugh.
The Zoo Cafe: Cake and Coffee
If you're out for a walk why not stop for a delicious slice of cake and a rich brewed coffee at the Zoo Cafe!
I tried the Lemon Meringue pie and would have to say it was simply divine! The fresh fruit garnish really made it complete.
Dress Code: Holiday casual.
- Hiking and Walking
- Food and Dining
Cable Beach: Evening Walk
Taking a casual walk around the streets of Cable Beach is relaxing in the cool winter evenings.
No chance of getting lost as there are plenty of stylish street signs showing you the way. (As long as you can remember where you're from!!)
- Hiking and Walking
Roey Bar (kind of a warning!)
The Roey Bar in Broome holds regular karaoke nights and ocassional karaoke fundraising nights for the local soccer club. Don't confuse the two.
In an adventurous mood, I made the mistake of attempting to sing Bonnie Tyler's "Total Eclipse Of The Heart" at the latter (to cries of "That's not a man's song. It's a woman's song!") and almost had to make a run for it!
- Great room rates
- Save money, Book now!
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