Some of the world’s most pristine, untouched beaches can be found along the Pilbara and Kimberley coast.

Cable Beach

Cable Beach in Broome stretches 22 kilometres and lives up to its world-class reputation. Washed clean each day by big tides, this white sandy beach offers many great beach activities. Enjoy fishing, beach volley ball, surfing (when the swell is up), sunrise and sunset camel rides, jetski hire, swimming and strolling or just relax and soak up some sunshine.

Gantheume Beach

Gantheume Beach lies eight kilometres south of Cable Beach and is the departure point for Broome’s sunset pearl lugger cruises, kayak tours, fishing charters, whale watching tours and extended cruises. It’s also a favourite spot for locals and visitors to launch boats, or spend the day relaxing, swimming and enjoying a cold drink at sunset.

Reddell Beach

At Reddell Beach in Broome, striking red cliffs frame the pristine white sand. Reddell is famous for its seasonal turtle nesting from October to February.

Dampier Peninsula and Cape Leveque

On the beaches of Dampier Peninsula and Cape Leveque dramatic red cliffs meet pure white sand. Cape Leveque’s Western Beach is a beautiful, uncrowded beach where you can watch both the sunset and sunrise.

Honeymoon Cove

A pretty Pilbara beach, Honeymoon Cove is great for shell collecting, swimming and snorkelling and also a good spot to watch the Staircase to the Moon.

Eighty Mile Beach

Situated between Port Hedland and Broome, Eighty Mile is a haven for anglers, shell collectors, beach fossickers and a great camping area. Thousands of migratory birds flock here on their annual migration. It’s also an important turtle nesting site.

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