The Dampier Peninsula
From white sand and endless turquoise seas at Cable Beach, dinosaur footprints and magnificent pinyin cliffs at Gantheaume Point, a staircase to the moon, Chinatown, the world’s oldest open-air picture garden and Malcolm Douglas Crocodile Park – Broom offers it all!
A lighthouse, dinosaur footprints and magnificent pindan cliffs…
Unlike a lot of coastal points that feature lighthouses, it’s not the lighthouse that draws the visitors here. No, it’s the desert-meets-sea landscape of red rock and turquoise water.
An historic jetty used by pearling luggers in the 1890s, now a popular tourist attraction.
Found the in heart of Broome’s Chinatown is the world’s oldest open-air picture garden.