|Attractions in Broome|
|Horizontal Falls||Broome Historical Museum|
|Cable Beach||Broome Town Beach|
|Broome Visitor Centre||Broome Bird Observatory|
|Gantheaume Point||Roebuck Bay|
|Broome Crocodile Park|
Broome City Guide: Broome is a tourist town in Kimberly that is located in far north of Western Australia. The population of this region is about 45,000 in the tourist season. The city is known for its beautiful Indian Ocean beaches. The city is also popular for its dry season climate. Since, the city is located in the tropics, it experiences two seasons. The dry season is experienced from May to November. In this season, every day is clear. The wind and humidity increases in October and November. Wet Season extends from December to March. The weather is hot and humid. Also, there are tropical downpours.
Location: Broome is located at a distance of 2,100 km from Perth.
Coordinates: 17°57'S 122°14'E
B.C. Transit is a public transportation system that is owned and operated by Broome County. B.C. Transit is a fixed route transportation system. It's an agency that is located within the Broome County Department of Public Transportation.
Hotels: Some popular hotels located in Broome are Cable Beach Club, Moonlight Bay Suites, Seashells Resort Broome, Bayside Holiday Apartments and Kooljamon at Cape Leveque.
Places of Attraction: Some places of attraction in Broome include Anastasia's Pool, Broome Bird Observatory, Broom Crocodile Park, Broom Golf Club, Broome Historical Society Museum and Cable Beach. Some other tourist attractions of Broome are Streeter's Jetty, Sun Pictures and Town Beach.