Travel Blogs from Broome, Australia

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Broome, Broome, Australia travel blog

Broome

A travel blog entry by pardellosalmon

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... be engorged?) propelled us forward to Broome earlier than forecast and now at last we are enjoying what we love most about Australia (we realize) the spectacular coastline. Today the girls spent several hours on the huge cable beach, while Dad saw huge ...

Coral Bay - Broome 1,254 kms, Broome, Australia travel blog

Coral Bay - Broome 1,254 kms

A travel blog entry by paulandlin

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... is like nothing we've ever experienced - now we know why there are so few tourists about this time of year. Our campsite in Broome was perfect on first impressions (pay for three nights get one free)but we had to move our tent because our spot was ...

A relaxing day in Broome, Broome, Australia travel blog

A relaxing day in Broome

A travel blog entry by morrisjjre

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... last time we saw any insects that bite was at Mataranka' 'It wouldn't be good be bitten around your Matarankles' Relaxation time for us in Broome. We have been on the go nearly everyday of this trip so far, & today we just took it easy, and got to ...

5 more sleeps!!, Broome, Australia travel blog

5 more sleeps!!

A travel blog entry by markandgeorgie

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... of course they magnetized inside her nose to each other and they were not going to budge!! so took the tribe up to the Broome Hospital (I'm sure they are getting sick of us by now!!)  Charlotte would not let the doctor near her (the beautiful Des) ...

Lunch with a beagle, Broome, Australia travel blog

Lunch with a beagle

A travel blog entry by morrisjjre

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... join visitors for lunch everyday. We noticed a lot of smoke as we approached Middle Lagoon, which is not unusual in the top end of Australia, but this smoke was very thick. We were relieved that as we got closer we could see that the fire was only on one ...

Dinosaur Footprints, Broome, Australia travel blog

Dinosaur Footprints

A travel blog entry by morrisjjre

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... at entrance point to Roebuck Bay. Unfortunately no one was catching any fish. Rylee's Fact:- Megalosauropus Broomensis dinosaurs lived in the Broome area and left fossil footprints. This dinosaur was about 2 meters in height up to it's hip, and was ...

Broom broom to Broome, Broome, Australia travel blog

Broom broom to Broome

A travel blog entry by followingmyfeet

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... the road, we reach Eighty Mile Beach, a beautiful long stretch of white sand and blue sea. Everyone raves about the beaches in Australia and until now I had been unimpressed...but this one is just incredible!! Pure, it's nature at it's very best!! I even ...

80 Mile Beach, 80 Mile Beach, Australia travel blog

80 Mile Beach

A travel blog entry by sjw_uk

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On our way to Broome we stopped at 80 mile beach to have a look - there was a whole lot of beach and not much ...

Stanley Rest Area, Eighty Mile Beach, Australia travel blog

Stanley Rest Area

A travel blog entry by georgejanene

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... first part and then from the side. The place we decided to stay for the night was the Stanley Rest Area, approx 200km south of Broome. Quite a popular site with many other vans already here and more pulling in as we set up, plenty of room for all. Well ...

Camels R Us !, Broome, Australia travel blog

Camels R Us !

A travel blog entry by ricknelsie

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... This evenings sunset appeared to be every bit as colorful as yesterdays.  Although we've seen countless sunsets since arriving in Australia, we're always mesmerized at how quickly the sun sinks into the Indian Ocean!  It's one of natures gifts that ...

Troche sie rozczarowalismy, Port Smith, Australia travel blog

Troche sie rozczarowalismy

A travel blog entry by skleroz75

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Wszyscy polecali nam Port Smith, wiec postanowilismy ze tam bedzie nasz kolejny postoj. Jechalismy strasznie monotonnymi rowninami, ktore ciagnely sie kilometrami. Potem zjechalismy z drogi asfaltowej i 20km zrobilismy po piachu. Sam kemping jest bardzo ...

This place is magic!, Broome, Australia travel blog

This place is magic!

A travel blog entry by kazjohn

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... it is a for a good cause at the moment - the WA government is wanting to put a gas company 50kms North from Broome - which will just ruin this wonderful place. It was stinking hot and we decided to head to the beach - the famous Cable ...

Don’t Zoom in Broome!, Broome, Australia travel blog

Don’t Zoom in Broome!

A travel blog entry by jam10

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... some lunch here before making our way up to Cable Beach. Cable Beach is about 4km west of town and is known to be one of Australia’s finest beaches with white sand as far as the eye can see.  We headed down to the beach, went for a bit of a ...

Broome, Broome, Australia travel blog

Broome

A travel blog entry by lynrobinson

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... , cute green frogs and blue tongue lizards in the showers. Another attraction of the lodge is the presence of expert Birds Australia volunteers who provide information and tours as well as care for guests. On a tour to the neighbouring privately owned ...

What a day!!, Broome, Australia travel blog

What a day!!

A travel blog entry by followingmyfeet

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... !! I have never wee-ed in so many fast food outlets!! Or showered in so many swimming pools either...yes today we frequented Broome Aqautic Centre for a good old wash before Dayne's interview!! Can you believe it?? Dayne has been offered a job, and I have ...

From the centre to the edge and north east., Broome, Australia travel blog

From the centre to the edge and north east.

A travel blog entry by 2aussiesglobal

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... Broome. Although drawn like flies to a steaming cow pat for the last three days we are left wondering what the attraction is! West Australia’s alternative to Byron Bay perhaps! We did have our reasons for being there in the form of the Broome Bird ...

Sticker Shock, Broome, Australia travel blog

Sticker Shock

A travel blog entry by t_humble

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... claim to wanting to buy food, if they admit to wanting to buy wine what are the really after, weapons grade plutonium perhaps? And this draws an end to my first week in Australia and I'm at my destination Broome, presumably my home for the next 5 ...

Broome, Broome, Australia travel blog

Broome

A travel blog entry by benandjosaich

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... fish and I did definitely not make any jokes about their name. In the evening we went to the now famous Divers Tavern to watch Australia v South Africa in the Tri-Nations. It was a cracking game and I've always been a fan of the Aussies (after England of ...

Verschnaufpause in Broome, Broome, Australia travel blog

Verschnaufpause in Broome

A travel blog entry by melundfelix

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... geschrubbt, " Falk" fährt zuverlässig und wir sind etwas kaputt aber zufrieden gestern in der "Stadt" Broome ( 16000 Einwohner) angekommen. Hier verschnaufen wir jetzt erstmal ein wenig, genießen den Luxus des Campingplatzes und schauen ...

Staircase To The Moon, Broome, Australia travel blog

Staircase To The Moon

A travel blog entry by travelnshit

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I was most disappointed when I found out exactly what Broome's Staircase To The Moon actually was. It'd been hyped before but no one had said what it involved so we were surprised when we rocked up and were told it was only once a month. Then we found ...

Life in Broome, Broome, Australia travel blog

Life in Broome

A travel blog entry by brookeandnick

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... be a good investment. So, we started checking the noticeboards (there is a huge network of backpackers selling cars all over Australia, and Broome is an end destination for many people going up the west coast so there were a bunch to choose from) and ...

Broome, Broome, Australia travel blog

Broome

A travel blog entry by jen_is_away

... in WA. I mailed from Albany last time. We were after renting a car and driving all around the South West corner of Australia. Went on the obligatory wine-tasting in the Margaret River region. Had some lovely wine and then made friends with a millionaire ...

Leaving Broome, Broome, Australia travel blog

Leaving Broome

A travel blog entry by rachelhwalsh

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... honey-comb milk-shake that she had no intention of drinking, we could avoid the inevitable no longer.  Before we left Broome, we called at Gantheaume Point, where towers of red rocks formed a cliff overlooking the expanse of Cable Beach.  The ...

Sand play, Barn Hill , Australia travel blog

Sand play

A travel blog entry by rooksfamily

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... car without the kids for a 5 hour travel day.   Barn Hill is 9km off the main highway around 135km south of Broome.  It is a cattle station that provides rustic style camping.  One of its key differences is the activities it offers – ...

Broome, Broome, Australia travel blog

Broome

A travel blog entry by jeznkez

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Broome is remarkable for only one thing and that is Cable Beach, which is first class. Also being on the west coast the sun sets into the sea, and the three days we spent here were highlighted by three tremendous sunsets. Another outstanding thing is the ...

Broome, Broome, Australia travel blog

Broome

A travel blog entry by jrcooke7

... or at some other random venue around the town. The rest of the time was spent trying to figure out how to get out of Broome and with whom. Sadly, Rachel and I said good-bye to our lovely Kimberley group but managed to wrangle my friend Mark into going ...

Cape Leveque, Broome, Australia travel blog

Cape Leveque

A travel blog entry by sherryjayamanne

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Left Broome at 8 am for Cape Leveque. No reception again at this point. 220 Kms north of Broome, the area is known as the Dampier Peninsular, rich in history and culture. Along the way we stopped at Sacred Heart Church in Beagle Bay. A very beautiful ...

Stars, camels and the Indian Ocean, Broome, Australia travel blog

Stars, camels and the Indian Ocean

A travel blog entry by atlarge

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... .  The bumps were about as big as the desks at school and I nearly fell off my board. Other highlights of our Broome stay included Sun Pictures and the Courthouse Markets.  Alec again writes: At the deckchair cinema we watched "Up".  ...

Priceless Point

Priceless Point "NO GAS" !!!

A travel blog entry by longwaydownunda

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Use the photos, your imagination and what you know of Amanda and I to imagine how amazing our 3 nights and 4 days were at this spot. The red dirt and turquoise blue was magnified by our polarized sunnies but the picture tell the tale, this stretch ...

Camels on Cable beach, Broome, Australia travel blog

Camels on Cable beach

A travel blog entry by dettebern

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We rode the camels on Cable beach.  The camel that  Matt rode was named Alice because she was from Alice Springs.  The camel that Kate rode was named Bully because he was from ...

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