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Hotels in Broome, Western Australia

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Captain Murphy's Hotel

Captain Murphy's Hotel Located near the Town Beach at Broome, this Irish style pub is located nearby to where the tourists can stand and gaze at the Stairway...

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Weld St
Broome
Western Australia 6725
Phone:
08 9195 5900
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Divers Tavern

Divers Tavern The Pub that serves the tourists of Cable Beach * Tavern Bar * Beach Bar * Restaurant * TAB * Weekly live entertainment

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Cable Beach Rd
Cable Beach
Broome
Western Australia 6725
Phone:
08 9193 6066
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(The Roey)

Roebuck Bay Hotel

Roebuck Bay Hotel Est 1880. Situated in Chinatown and known locally as 'The Roey'. * Accommodation (Suites and Backpackers) * Variety of Bars * Bistro...

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Carnarvon St
Broome
Western Australia 6725
Phone:
08 9192 1221
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Sunset Bar

Sunset Bar Part of the Cable Beach Club Resort. Indian, Italian and seafood in the restaurant. Resort Facilities Accommodation available: 263 rooms...

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Cable Beach Road
Broome
Western Australia 6725
Phone:
08 9192 0400
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Information on Broome, WA 6318

Graham Bay near Port Smith lagoon
Photo 2007

Photo Sue Holloway submitted by Gary Pope, Many Thanks

Located at the Southern gateway to the Kimberley, Broome is a small town where the bush meets the sea.

Broome is one of the most sought after holiday destinations in the north west. One of the most beautiful attractions nearby is Port Smith, which is about 20+ks in from main highway before Broome. A very sandy road with no problems for access, even for large vans. No 4 x 4 driving needed but very slow driving as sand can be very thick in places. Large C/Park, really lovely, kiosk, big trees, shady etc. even Mobile Reception! Sure they have cabins there but in the Season MUST book. The beach area is magnificent with the bluest of water and the whitest sand, not that far from C/park on private road. Don't need 4 x 4 to get down there as such, but a very rough road, so would need a 4 x 4 for the height.

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