Cocos Beach Bungalows

6 Sanctuary Road, Broome, Western Australia, 6725, Australia | Resort
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Travel Blogs from Broome

Broome to Cape Leveque

A travel blog entry by basbraham02

... to us. The described that the beach near our tent was the swimming beach, and the beach at reception was sunset beach. I couldn't wait to see the sunset. Before we went to our tent we had lunch looking over the water. Dad and I had a delicious burger, Sam had a (not so good) lasagna, and mum had a 'mouthwatering' barramundi and salad. Overall, lunch was a success. After lunch we checked out our tent. We had booked two, they were both the same. The tents weren't exactly 'tents' as ...

Our only full day in Broome

A travel blog entry by basbraham02


... it exciting. The camel is somehow double-jointed in its knees so it can fold them back in order to be right down on the ground. Once it is down, I hopped on, the instructor whacked its bum, and it jumped up quickly. Then we were up. Camels really are amazing creatures. We heard how they can last 6 months without water. Compared to our 3 days, that is a huge contrast. When riding them, they are astonishingly comfortable. Sure, at the end we had sore groins but most of ...

Karratha to Broome

A travel blog entry by heathervdv


... down to the boat ramp to look around. The tide was on the way out so we wet out on the rocks to look around, and because the rocks were still wet they were slippery. Yep you guessed right, over I went, camera and all. Scratched all down the left side of me and some more on the right knee and camera ended up in a rock pool. When we got back to the caravan, we tried the camera and it didn't seem to want to work. I put it on charge for the night ...

Back at Barnhill...

A travel blog entry by dinanna


... Very impressive with an infinity pool set amid a broad expanse of wooden deck between the restaurant and the dining area. We browsed coffee table books whilst sipping our hot chocolate and coffee, before lashing out on 13 spiced calamari tentacles and braised pork ribs. (I think Rod would have preferred a burger though!) Then bumped our way back out along the track to the main hwy and headed south for 90km to our freecamp No.482, Stanley Rest ...

We are having a Pearler of a time!

A travel blog entry by kilbridesblog


... nucleus is called a keshi pearl. We had a nice damper morning tea, and the recipe is in their booklet.....I have photographed it in case you fancy giving it a go. It is good!
The Broome Museum is $5 entry and really interesting. Did you know that when the white Australia policy was introduced they had to put in a clause allowing the foreign pearlers from Japan, China, Indonesia etc to stay? These divers had to stay on the foreshores and in ...

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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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