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Captain Kennedy House

84 Herbert Street, Broome WA 6725

Captain Kennedy House is your gateway to total seclusion and a unique Broome accommodation experience. This century-old Broome bungalow was once home to a Master Pearler. Today it blends old world charm with sophisticated style and relaxed elegance. Hidden from the world by lush gardens, this exquisite home offers five bedrooms, ifve bathrooms, gourmet kitchen, covered verandahs, swimming pool, pergola, hand-picked furnishings, original artwork and a personal housekeeper. Meals can be taken al fresco or in the formal dining room – prepared by your own chef if desired. The atmosphere is one of space and escape. Here, your needs and desires are anticipated and your privacy is respected. Create your own world within, or step outside to explore the wonders of Broome.

Budget Rent A Car Newman

Newman Airport, Newman WA 6753


Millstream, Millstream WA 6716
Millstream Chichester National Park has been likened to the Garden of Eden in the middle of a desert landscape. Follow the lush tree-lined banks of the Fortescue River as it meanders through a magical landscape of rocky peaks, tranquil gorges, hidden rock pools and refreshing springs. This tropical oasis in the plains of the north Pilbara is two hours by road heading southeast of Karratha. Many visitors make Millstream a must-stop after exploring the ancient canyons of Karijini, and you can even turn your road trip into something of a spiritual journey by following the path of the mystical Warlu (sea serpent) along the Warlu Way. Taking in the natural and cultural highlights of Western Australia's Gascoyne, Pilbara and Kimberley regions, this 2,480 kilometre interpretive trail reveals the mysteries of the Warlu and other Aboriginal legends. The homeland and tribal meeting place of the Yinjibarndi people for thousands of years, and the site of an early pastoral station for over a century, today, Millstream invites you to immerse yourself in its breathtaking natural beauty and tranquillity. Make the Millstream Homestead Visitors Centre your first stop for an introduction to the Yinjibarndi people, early settler history and the unique natural environment before embarking on your own Millstream adventure. Take a cooling dip at pretty Python Pool and Chinderwarriner Pool. Hit one of the park's five walking trails to explore the rolling spinifex hills, striking escarpments, winding watercourses and wildlife rich wetlands or climb the peak of Mount Herbert. Admire the plethora of Pilbara wildflowers that bloom after winter rains. Or, just sit and enjoy the striking reflections of the gorges in the rock pools and listen to the echoes of a variety of bird song. The palms and paperbark trees that line Crossing Pool and Deep Pool provide shady picnic and picturesque camping areas. Pitch your tent and bring along your canoe and fishing gear for one of the best bush camping experiences in the State. Or base yourself by the coast at Karratha and choose from a variety of accommodation options. ...

SS Colac

191 Loch Street, Derby WA 6728
Remains of the shipwrecked SS Colac can be seen on display in the North West town of Derby. The ship lies amongst the beautifully maintained gardens of Lions Park, in front of the Derby Civic Centre. Examine the large anchor of the 1910 boat along with its propeller. Standing alongside these remnants gives you some idea of the sheer size of the steam ship that met its demise just south of Derby. Whilst in Lions Park take a walk through the picturesque botanical garden. Check out the range of flora from the local area and the impressive selection of tropical fruit trees. To learn more about the history of SS Colac, wander through the Wharfingers House Museum which is a two minute walk from the park. If time permits, the remainder of the SS Colac shipwreck can be seen at low tide on a scenic flight departing from the Derby airport. The town of Derby is just over two hours drive east of Broome, or a two and a half hour flight from Perth....

Russian Jack Memorial

Corner of Great Northern Highway and Roberta Street, Halls Creek WA 6770

Tidal Flats

via Finucane Road, Port Hedland WA 6721

Oxer Lookout

Weano Road, Tom Price WA 6751
The Oxer Lookout offers breathtaking panoramic views of four amazing gorges. Checkout one of the most spectacular vantage points within the Karijini National Park. The lookout stands at the junction of the Joffre Gorge, Weano Gorge, Red Gorge and Hancock Gorge. See the awesome view from the lookout above down the sheer chasms into the crystal clear water, over 100 metres below. Then get a closer view with a walk along one of the many beautiful walk trails departing from the car park. It is a short 15 minute walk to get to the Oxer Lookout from the Weano Gorge car park, though this depends on the number of photos you stop to take, make sure you allow a bit of extra time to soak up the amazing scenery along the way. Karijini National Park has a number of spectacular gorges, cool rugged rock pools, waterfalls, wonderful wildlife and amazing scenery. There are a number of excellent picnic areas and camping grounds within the park. The Karijini National Park is a one hour drive north east of Tom Price and a 16 hour drive from Perth....
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Goombaragin Eco Retreat

61713 - Dampier Peninsula WA 6725
Escape to this beautiful coastal retreat to enjoy the spectacular panoramic ocean views of Pender Bay on the Dampier Peninsula and its rich culture. Goombaragin is just over two hours' drive north of Broome, in the remarkable Kimberley region of Western Australia. All of the accommodations are well positioned to maximise coastal views and are well spaced apart to ensure your privacy. Choose from self-contained eco tents, eco chalet to unpowered camping sites including the nature tent on raised decking all set up ready for you to use. Enjoy kilometres of unspoilt beaches to private beaches, great swimming, snorkelling, sunsets, sunrises, fishing and much more! Enjoy absolute bliss and serenity and be part of an eco experience getaway with a difference!...

Bungoolee Tours

Fitzroy Crossing Visitors Centre, Fitzroy Crossing WA 6765
Deep in the raw heart of the majestic Kimberley region, Bungoolee Tours welcome you to Bunuba Country. Join them at Tunnel Creek and they will guide you through a dramatic, soaring landscape of rust and ochre, gold and silver, of muted greys and emerald greens, beneath a sharp blue sky. You will be immersed in the rich intricacies of the Bunuba culture. Learn the ancient Dreamtime stories of how this land was created and see the rock art that brings these stories to life. You'll learn the Bunuba words for the many birds, animals, plants and water creatures. You'll encounter and discover the hidden bounties of this land of plenty - bush foods, hidden shelters and remarkable natural medicines. Hear the amazing true story of Jandamarra, the freedom fighter and hero whose magical powers are the stuff of legend. You will tread in his very footsteps. See Tunnel Creek the way it was meant to be seen - through the timeless eyes of the local Indigenous people. Day Tours from Derby are also available in conjunction with Bungoolee Tours and Windjana Tours....

Telegraph Hill

via Parry Creek Road, Wyndham WA 6740
Telegraph Hill offers uninterrupted panoramic views of the dramatic and rugged landscape on the outskirts of Wyndham. You can see all the way out to the Cambridge Gulf and ocean on a clear day. Explore the site where the telegraph station used to stand during World War I and II. Appreciate the view the naval officers would have had from the station during World War II, which helped sink the German ship, Emden. All that remains on the top of the basalt hill now are some of the ruins from the house that used to stand on the site. It was carefully dismantled and rebuilt next to the visitors centre in the town of Wyndham. Telegraph Hill lies within Parry Lagoons Nature Reserve where the birdlife is plentiful. Look down at the Marglu Billabong, which is a bird sanctuary for over 20,000 birds. At dawn and dusk you may be able to hear the harmonious sounds of birdcalls from the top of the hill. Telegraph Hill is a 15 minute drive from Wyndham and a one hour drive from Kununurra. Visitors can take a three hour flight from Perth to Kununurra....

Fitzroy Crossing

Fitzroy Crossing, Fitzroy Crossing WA 6765
Fitzroy Crossing lies on the fertile floodplains of the Fitzroy River, downriver from the striking Geikie Gorge National Park and south of the ancient canyons and caves of Tunnel Creek and Windjana Gorge, where you can spot native wildlife in abundance. Hopping on a direct flight to Broome from Perth and Darwin (year-round) and Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane (seasonal) will land you an easy four and a half hour drive from Fitzroy Crossing. Then it's just an 18 kilometre drive to reach Geikie Gorge. The soaring cliffs of Geikie Gorge are part of a 350 million year old Devonian reef system, carved over thousands of years by the Fitzroy River. When in flood, it's believed to be one of the largest rivers in the world, in terms of volume, and a cruise on its waters or a bushwalk along its tree-lined banks will reveal a staggering variety of fish and birdlife. The region is just as rich in history and heritage. Fitzroy Crossing has many significant cultural sites, including ancient rock art of the Gooniyandi who inhabited the nearby Mimbi Caves. Indigenous tours will lead you through the labyrinth of caves and Geikie Gorge, sharing stories, bush tucker and traditional medicines of one of the oldest surviving cultures on Earth. To the north, you're also within reach of the Kimberley's stunning Windjana Gorge. Here you can marvel at the sheer 100 metres walls carved over hundreds of millions of years. Continue on to Tunnel Creek and take a torch-lit walk through Western Australia's oldest cave system, venturing 750 metres into a subterranean world of bats and freshwater crocodiles. While in town, it's worth the short drive to the original town site and causeway crossing to visit the legendary Crossing Inn or hook a barramundi from the Fitzroy River. Motel-style and caravan park accommodation is available. Visit between May and October, and enjoy warm, dry days and cool evenings. From December to March, you're likely to see storms transform the surrounding landscape into a sea of green....

Budget Rent A Car Paraburdoo

Paraburdoo Airport, Paraburdoo WA 6754

Thrifty Kununurra

Bandicoot Drive, Kununurra WA 6743

Dampier Peninsula

Dampier Peninsula, Dampier Peninsula WA 6725

Broome Camel Safaris

North of the Rocks, Broome WA 6725
Come and enjoy an unforgettable experience with Broome's most loved camels - the Camels in Blue! Meet Alison Bird - Broome's most respected and experienced camel operator, with over 30 years experience working with these often misunderstood animals. Alison has caught camels, trained camels, brought up orphaned calves and been involved in camel export. Enjoy a Morning, Pre-Sunset or Sunset Tour along the iconic Cable Beach. Alison and her team will ensure your experience is safe, educational and most of all, enjoyable! Take advantage of our fantastic and affordable professional photography service, plus bring your camera along and they will also take photos for free! ...

The Lugger Apartments

20 Frederick Street, Broome WA 6725
The Lugger Apartments: for the very best in apartment lifestyle. Within walking distance to China Town or a five minute drive to Cable Beach. The apartments are spacious, attractive, fully furnished and equipped. These quality apartments are ideal for corporate visitors, short term or extended stays. In the heart of vibrant and lively Broome, with many popular Restaraunts, Cafes, Pubs and Nightclubs on your doorstep....

Moochalabra Dam

via Great Northern Highway, Wyndham WA 6740

Crocodile Statue

via Koolinda Street, Wyndham WA 6740