Cocos Beach Bungalows

Address: 6 Sanctuary Road, Broome, Western Australia, 6725, Australia | Resort
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*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.


This resort, located on 6 Sanctuary Road, Broome, is near Cable Beach, Sun Pictures Cinema, Willie Creek Pearl Farm, and 80 Mile Beach Caravan Park.
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      Day 23, 24 & 25: Horizontal Falls & Broome

      A travel blog entry by nicandrog on Oct 24, 2014

      10 photos

      ... for the evening, Aberson. He was a 14 year old camel with lovely eyelashes. The ride was extremely slow and we have to admit did get a bit boring before the sun really went down, but was an experience non the less. Rewarding Aberson with a carrot for his troubles, we then sought out dinner ourselves. We headed to the local brewery, Matso's and tried a few of their specialty beers, including their chilli beer, which neither of us could finish. Unfortunately ...

      Ningaloo - Cape Range NP

      A travel blog entry by titheridge on Oct 24, 2014

      9 photos

      ... inspection, it was a fun little section to step up to the track proper that would have required low pressures and a bit of time. As this would have compromised our plan to try and luck in with a whale cruise from Exmouth that arvo, we turned tail and headed to town. Of course, not enough people for the cruise so we headed for Coral Bay that afternoon. So that we at least hit a taste of what the Cape Range interior was all about, we turned off before RAAF Learmonth to head ...

      Broome to The Pilbara - Karijini National Park

      A travel blog entry by titheridge on Oct 19, 2014

      1 photo

      ... gorge) when they came across a decent size goanna being dive bombed by little birds as it stalked towards the tree that housed a birdsnest. The next day we had a good run, covering 600 odd km's to make it to Karijini NP before sunset. We stopped in Port Hedland for lunch and a spot of fun on the playground we found on the foreshore. While we would not call the place attractive, it was a strange mix of heavy industry (mining port, salt farming, coal loaders and hundreds ...

      Tomorrow is d-day

      A travel blog entry by gilligun89 on Oct 10, 2014

      1 comment, 42 photos

      ... she responds with a message saying that another fellow we will travel with is at the same hostel and after a quick swap of numbers I walk back up, to meet Erik.
      25y/o Danish with Hungarian parents, I'm meted by a bronzed, almost pirate looking man, shaved on the sides of his head, with the center grown long and put into a pigtail, he sports a wiry mustache which tickles his top lip as well as a full tattoo sleeve on his left and half on his right. His frame ...

      Heading for the Kimberley

      A travel blog entry by rascals on Oct 10, 2014

      4 comments, 52 photos

      ... as we are now on the coast with a sea breeze, so its now its only in high 30's!
      The West Derby Caravan Park had only 20 sites, really clean, grassed site and a lovely above ground pool as we still need to cool off.
      Our first night was the Lunar Eclipse so we booked dinner at the Wharf Cafe to have a drink watching the sun go down, we ordered dinner for our return and then drove 500 mtrs to the mud flats for some great uninterrupted views of the eclipse. Back to the Cafe for ...