Bayside Holiday Apartments

Corner Hamersley and Anne Streets, Broome, Western Australia, 6725, Australia | 3 star condo
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This 3 star condo, located on Corner Hamersley and Anne Streets, Broome, is near Cable Beach, Sun Pictures Cinema, Willie Creek Pearl Farm, and 80 Mile Beach Caravan Park.
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Travel Blogs from Broome

Day 45 Cable Beach

A travel blog entry by geomaz on Aug 12, 2014

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... missed last night also, to watch the Staircase to the Moon, which only occurs three times a month on a full moon and tide right out, Town Beach was a hive of activity with lots of food stalls and a market happening, had a yummy dinner of vegetarian noodles and corn fritter for me, G & C had a curry combination meal with rice, noodles and a satay stick and George had his favourite, Beef ...

Time to enjoy Broome

A travel blog entry by c-in-oz on Aug 10, 2014

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... beacon in amongst all the other vehicles. Come the next day four of our neighbours started to wash their vehicles with the verbal barrage continuing, as we were to blame for them having to wash their vehicles.

Broome is located on a small peninsula with ocean on both sides.

We visited Cable Beach at sunset where we watched the procession of camels with their human cargo pacing along the beach with the ...

Home calls

A travel blog entry by gayle756 on Aug 02, 2014

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... it was very smooth landing on the sea at Talbot Bay. Then we took a four seater helicopter (without any doors) to view the falls and the surrounding landscape from the air...awesome! We then travelled through the falls in a high speed boat....it was such a buzz, in fact Gayle and Bronwyn sitting in the front of the boat were heard saying "more" and they weren't disappointed, travelling through the falls several times. The braver of ...

Karijini

A travel blog entry by hwodvb on Aug 01, 2014

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... was on offer with the next day walking Dales Gorge, from the camp. Saves us breaking up camp to move the car as well. It is so good to be travelling without a fixed itinerary allowing a change of plan that easy.

Within the layered rocks at Dales Gorge we found veins of the crocidolyte mineral. Beautiful blueish rock veins, shining when hit by the sun. But strictly don’t touch, as this rock is better known as blue asbestos, the most aggressive of all asbestos types. It ...

Broome

A travel blog entry by suzeey on Jul 28, 2014

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Today we arrived in Broome after stopping at both the Willare Bridge Roadhouse, and the Roebuck Roadhouse enroute. The reason for stopping at Willare was to try one of the meat pies produced by the Yeeda Pastoral Company which has a "paddock to the plate " business model, and owns the roadhouse and the cattle station through which the highway passes at that point. I had been reading about this Kimberley Cattle Station in Outback magazine a couple of months ...