Moonlight Bay Suites
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMoonlight Bay Suites Broome
We stayed at the Moonlight Bay Suites for 5 nights. Its located 5 minutes from town, close to the beach and a few metres from Matso's Brewery.
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It just seemed odd that the Broome airport is located in the middle of town? Or maybe this is normal elsewhere?
It took us 5 minutes to get to our apartment, the Moonlight Bay Suites. Upon arriving we were greeted by an older lady, I should have taken her name, cause she was very welcoming. Normally when you arrive late at night just …
... tasteful) Tshirt and ticky-tacky tourist shops. The Saturday market had handmade clothing, pearl jewelry (Broome is famous for it's pearls) and an old guy playing the digeridoo. There is no way to make that thing musical. The town was really built on the pearl industry which, according to the 919 graves of mainly Japanese pearl divers, is a very dangerous pastime. There's a separate cemetary for pregnant African slaves as it ...
... dizzying heights. We dropped in to the Karijini Eco resort and of course bumped into Andrew and Julia and the kids. A quick icrecream for all and a scope of the place - $350 for a safari tent seemed steep - and we were off back to our digs at Dales Gorge campground. We headed up to 3 ways lookout near our campsite which overlooked circular pool and the intersection of Dale's gorge and another (?) - Stunning in a ...
... yet to ripen. It's worth mentioning here that Sandra was still on the hook to get some mangoes for Aiden as since leaving canberra, she had promised that the north would hold a lifetime supply of the boy's favourite fruit - since Kununurra, it was evident that the season was yet to kick off. Broome yielded nothing better. The boys were lucky to have another lesson in how the food chain works (following the bird and spider event and the freshies snapping away at the bats ...
In the morning we moved to one of the beach huts that we had tried to get into on the first day when we realised that our cliff top campsite, although having a great view, was a decent hike from the swimming beach. "Ungug" was the name of it and it was just off the beach with its own shower and fire pit (even complementary ...