The Billi Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews The Billi Resort Broome
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It's nearly time to leave Broome and head towards going back to work. Been a nice day, fairly lazy. got some supplies to take back, my Engel freezer is full with nice meat and icecream.
I am sitting here in my van enjoying takeaway fish and chips (actually not great fish and chips, takeaways in Broome pretty ordinary and expensive) and a cold beer. Won't get this again for awhile.
I went down to Cable Beach to see the sunset, actually went onto the beach at ...
... that seemed to have suffered some water ingress, wasn’t waterproof anymore and had died :-(. Swimming with the manta’s was a fantastic experience! We have no photo’s to prove it and will have to settle with our lasting memories. If ever there is a true embodyment of a ‘flying carpet’, the manta ray certainly fits the profile. The first one we saw was a lonely female about 3.5m across criss crossing the seabed under us in about 6m water depth. ...
... beyond until the road becomes too bad, is where you can free camp on or overlooking the beach. We checked it out but being stuck out on a windy headland with no trees or wildlife for miles doesn't appeal. It's very pretty, but just for a short visit, we'd rather be in the bush any day than on the beach. We had a great view ...
Day 46 July 31 We got away early this morning, we had been woken by a very noisy cow.We had put most stuff away last night,as we had been told the cattle that were wandering around liked to chew on anything they could, including the leads on solar panels. There had been several birds on the water here. I had been watching the willy-wag tails, and am amazed at the fact they get so close to the mouths of the cattle to catch the bugs the cattle disturb. We stopped for a cuppa at ...
... far. Their itinerary was different to ours but enabled us to meet at Alice Springs and again here in Broome. Hopefully we can see them again in Perth. A few drinks later and the time just flew. It was great to hear of their adventures on the Gibb River road and up to Cape Leveque. Unfortunately they will be on their way tomorrow so we had to make the most of the time we have with them. The next morning we had to shift sites, but was disappointed with the ...