Hello Broome!

Jetstar Asia's newest international destination is the unique small town of Broome in the North West of Australia, famous for its breathtaking natural beauty. Just 4.5 hours flight from Singapore and with no time zone changes to deal with, it's the perfect place for a short break to discover Broome's incredible beaches, lively events and fun tours.

Return flights depart Singapore on Tuesdays and Saturdays each week from 25 June to 26 October 2024, and again from April to October 2025 - perfect for a 3 or 4 night short holiday! 

Broome's main tourism season is from April to October each year when visitors can expect warm days (17 - 30°C), clear blue skies, cool nights and low humidity.


Broome International Airport is centrally located, with transfers to most hotels and accommodation taking under 15 minutes. Check with your hotel if transfers are…

Camels at sunset on Cable Beach, Broome


On the western side of Broome's peninsula, Cable Beach stretches 22km from Gantheaume Point in the south to Willie Creek in the north. Famous for its sunsets and camel rides, Cable Beach is also a great place to base yourself during your stay in Broome, with a number of hotels, restaurants and bars as well as easy access to the rest of Broome. 


Shopfront view Broome's Chinatown


The heritage area around Carnarvon Street, Dampier Terrace, Short Street and Napier Terrace is known as Broome's Chinatown, due to this small area becoming home to the multicultural pearling crews in the 1880's. Today the corrugated tin construction of the mostly single storey buildings hark back to Broome's early days as a hub of the international pearl shell industry. 

  • Make time for breakfast or lunch at one of the cafes and restaurants, including Short St Cafe
  • Visit Broome Visitor Centre for up to date visitor information, as well as to book tours and experiences. 
  • Follow the heritage trail around Chinatown to discover the stories of Broome's past - download the free Explore Broome app to guide you. Points of interest will include the world's oldest operating outdoor picture gardens at Sun Pictures and the old pearling jetty. 
  • Join the daily Pearl Luggers Tour at Willie Creek Pearls on Dampier Terrace to learn more about the evolution of Broome's pearling industry and to enjoy a tasting of pearl meat. 
  • At Cygnet Bay Pearls see the daily pearl harvest, or take part in a pearl grading class. 
  • Take a walking tour with Salty Plum Social to explore the public art around Chinatown, or for an evening small bar tour including innovative story-telling of Chinatown's history. 
  • Browse pearl jewellery and loose pearls in the showrooms along Dampier Terrace, including Allure South Sea Pearls, Cygnet Bay Pearls and Willie Creek Pearls. 
  • Find locally designed clothing and gifts in local boutiques, as well as Australian and international labels. Art from local Broome artists as well as renowned Australian artists can be found at local galleries, including Short St Gallery's showroom in one of Broome's oldest buildings.  
  • Start the Jetty to Jetty Walk from Chinatown to Town Beach, following the shores of Roebuck Bay - see the Explore Broome app for your guide. 

Aerial view of the new Town Beach Jetty in Broome from the water


A local's favourite, Town Beach offers beautiful views of Broome's Roebuck Bay shoreline, a pretty beach and opportunities to delve into Broome's history. 

  • This is a great viewing point for Staircase to the Moon, when the full moon rising over the exposed tidal flats create the illusion of a staircase reaching to the sky. Accompanied by night markets for one night each month both locals and visitors congregate at Town Beach to witness this natural marvel. A stepped viewing area has been created to provide the optimum viewing experience. Find the dates and times for Staircase to the Moon.
  • From June to September, night markets take place each Thursday from 4.30pm. Enjoy a wide range of food from the food vans, as well as art and gift stalls and live music. 
  • Open daily during the dry season, Broome Historical Museum is well worth a visit. This is a quirky and fascinating museum showcasing Broome's enthralling local history. Close to the jetty, a sculpture called "9 Zeros, 9 Stories" commemorates the WWII strafing of Broome in March 1942. and a cemetery for early settlers and notable figures from Broome's early days can be found. The jetty marks the end of the Jetty to Jetty walk from Chinatown - download the Explore Broome app to guide you on your way. 
  • Join a sightseeing with Broome and Around Bus Charters and Tours for a full Broome tour including fascinating insights on Town Beach, Chinatown and Cable Beach. 
  • Town Beach is great for families, with a large playground, water playground and safe swimming beach.
  • Short St Gallery's historic bungalow showcases a wide range of artistic styles from around Australia. 
  • During the dry season, food vans are located close to the water playground during the day. Close by you'll also find a restaurant and Italian takeaway, as well as popular places to eat and drink at Papa Fuegos, Matso's Broome Brewery and the Mangrove Hotel
  • A range of accommodation options are available between Chinatown and Town Beach - along Carnarvon Street you'll find the Mangrove Hotel and Moonlight Bay Suites with views over Roebuck Bay, Bayside Holiday Holiday Apartments and the Continental Hotel are located along Hamersley Street, Oaks Broome Hotel is on Robinson Street and Discovery Parks - Broome is located along the foreshore at Town Beach. 

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Kimberley Collection

Accommodation and tour packages in Broome and the Kimberley from The Kimberley Collection - available to book directly or through your preferred travel agent.

Chan Brothers

Choose from a range of 4 night accommodation and tour packages and book with Chan Brothers!