As airport locations go, Broome International Airport is surely hard to beat. Sitting between Cable Beach and Roebuck Bay, passengers are treated to some incredible views on landing and take-off.

On the ground, Broome’s compact size means the transfer to your accommodation is short and sweet – you’ll reach most places in Broome in 15 minutes or less!

With multiple daily flights from Perth and seasonal direct flights from the East Coast and Darwin, the airport can be the first stop for your Broome holiday and your Kimberley adventure. If you haven’t been in a while, major upgrades to both the arrivals and departures terminal will give you an even warmer welcome to Broome and the Kimberley. These upgrades reflect an investment of over $16million in proudly using local contractors, into the Broome community. The recent upgrades include:

An extended and refurbished check-in hall; Enlarged security screening area; Air conditioning the arrivals terminal; Extension to the Nakamura’s Café dining area New vehicle drop of area with a covered walk way Currently under construction, is a second arrival’s hall.. This will include an additional baggage belt, artwork by the traditional owners to welcome people to Broome, and an upstairs departure lounge.

If you’re set for adventure, you’ll be making your way back to the airport for one of the scenic flight adventure tours that depart from the airport to places like the Horizontal Falls, Dampier Peninsula, Mitchell Falls (Punamii-Unpuu) and Purnululu National Park. There are also daily flights from Broome to Derby.

Planning to fly to Broome? From March to October 2022 fly from Perth to Broome from $199 one way with Virgin Australia. To find your affordable airfares, click here.

As a bonus, here are some ways to enjoy that Broome plane-spotting life: