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Pearl Luggers
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Pearl Luggers

Attraction Broome

Contact:
(+61) 08 9192 0012
Address:
Dampier Terrace, Chinatown, Broome WA 6725
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Step back in time as 150 years of Broome’s unique maritime & pearling heritage unfolds in the very environment where the history was made – at Pearl Luggers amongst the mangroves on the foreshore of Roebuck Bay.

Matso's Broome Brewery
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Matso's Broome Brewery

Attraction Broome

Contact:
(+61) 08 9193 5811
Address:
60 Hamersley Street, Broome WA 6725
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An award winning micro brewery & a true Broome treasure, dishing up mouth watering food & cold beer daily. The perfect place to unwind & take in uninterrupted views of Roebuck Bay. Winner 2012 ANW The West Australian Newspaper Retail Tourism Award & the 2012 ANW Tourism Western Australia General Tourism Award.

Water well on the Canning Stock Route
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Canning Stock Route

Attraction Halls Creek

Contact:
(+61) 08 9168 1177
Address:
Canning Stock Route, via Halls Creek WA 6770
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The Canning Stock Route was originally created by Albert Canning in 1908 for Kimberley cattlemen to take their stock to the southern markets. The remote Canning Stock Route covers 51 wells & stretches 2,013kms from Halls Creek to Wiluna.

Kalumburu Road
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Kalumburu Road

Attraction Kimberley

Contact:
(+61) 08 9168 1177
Address:
Kalumburu Road, Kalumburu WA 6740
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Kalumburu Road, in the far northern Kimberley region, provides access to some of the most remote & spectacular terrain. Four wheel drive enthusiasts will enjoy the challenging drive along the unsealed road that leads to the Aboriginal community of Kalumburu Mission.

Wyndham's crocodile statue
Location

Crocodile Statue

Attraction Wyndham

Contact:
(+61) 08 9168 1177
Address:
via Koolinda Street, Wyndham WA 6740
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Australia, the country of big statues! If you like 'big' town entry statements, you will love the giant Crocodile statue in Wyndham. As you drive into the historic port town, you cannot miss the welcoming smile from the crocodile! The 20 metre long & three metre high concrete statue warns visitors of the local inhabitants, who would love to meet you!!

Couple planning a 4WD outback Kimberley adventure
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Joonjoo Botanical Trail

Attraction Derby

Contact:
(+61) 08 9191 1426
Address:
Corner of Derby Highway and Worsley Road, Derby WA 6728
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The Joonjoo Botanical Trail provides an excellent opportunity to view a wide diversity of flora and fauna. Stroll along the interactive walking trail, reading the informative plaques to learn about the various species along the way. Discover how the Nyikina People utilised this area.

Saw Pit Gorge
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Sawpit Gorge

Attraction Halls Creek

Contact:
(+61) 08 9168 1177
Address:
Sawtooth Gorge Road, Halls Creek WA 6770
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Sawpit Gorge is a picturesque waterhole ideal for swimming amidst the lovely natural surrounds, near Halls Creek in the Kimberley region. Float in the peaceful waters & enjoy the backdrop of tall native trees & the striking rocky outcrop climbing out of the pool.

Couple at Kellys Knob Lookout, overlooking the Kununurra townsite
Location

Kelly's Knob Lookout

Attraction Kununurra

Contact:
(+610 08 9168 1177
Address:
Off Kelly Road, Kununurra WA 6743
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Panoramic views from Kelly's Knob Lookout stretch across the township & irrigation area to some of the best known attractions in Kununurra including the Diversion Dam, Lake Kununurra & the Sleeping Buddha.

Shoppers on "Pearlers Boardwalk", Dampier Street, Chinatown
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Chinatown

Attraction Broome

Contact:
(+61) 08 9192 2222
Address:
Carnarvon Street, Broome WA 6725
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Take a stroll through Chinatown, the original bustling centre of the Broome pioneering days. Today Chinatown showcases pearl jewellery boutiques & cafes. Splash out on an Australian South Sea Pearl, the ultimate memento of your trip to Broome. Chinatown was the multicultural hub since the discovery of the world's largest pearl shell species, the Pinctada Maxima.

The Japanese Cemetery, located in Broome
Location

Japanese Cemetery

Attraction Broome

Contact:
+61 08 9192 2222
Address:
Port Drive, Broome, 6725
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Gain an appreciation for the lives sacrificed by the Japanese migrants who settled in Broome to prosper from Broome's lucrative pearling industry. The Japanese Cemetery in Broome dates back to 1896. Reflect on the diverse multicultural history during these rough pioneering days.

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