Oaks Broome

Address: 99 Robinson St, Broome, Western Australia, 6725, Australia | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on 99 Robinson St, Broome, is near Cable Beach, Willie Creek Pearl Farm, Sun Pictures Cinema, and 80 Mile Beach Caravan Park.
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          • Restaurant
          • Swimming pool
          • Bar/lounge


          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking
          • Kitchenette


          • Suites

          TripAdvisor Reviews Oaks Broome

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from Broome

          Goin' home, a new group of friends, only one dud

          A travel blog entry by gval50 on Jul 13, 2016

          6 photos

          Broome to Melbourne flight direct.

          Land, Sea and Air 12 hour adventure - best yet!

          A travel blog entry by gval50 on Jul 12, 2016

          154 photos

          5.30 am 4WD ride to Beagle Bay aboriginal Reserve then to Cape Leveque, Buccaneer Archipelago.

          Head to Horizontal Falls via light sea plane to first class pontoon for barramundi lunch.

          Swim in shark cage.

          10 times 900hp speedboat passes through the twin horizontal falls - exhilarating!

          Unbelievable sunset flight by seaplane back to Broome

          Pearls, brewery, camel rides and cemetery- RIP

          A travel blog entry by gval50 on Jul 11, 2016

          85 photos

          Day 9
          Broome has 15,000 residents which increases to 30,000 in the tourist season.“Broome time” is slow time. It is established on Roebuck Bay discovered by William Dampier well before the arrival of James Cook.In 1879 Charles Harper suggested it as a pearling port, and John Forest gazetted the town in 1880, naming it after …

          Saw lotsa boab trees and burnt roadside

          A travel blog entry by gval50 on Jul 10, 2016

          76 photos

          Day 8
          This was Sunday and we lunched at Boab Inn and visited a large Boab Tree on the way to Derby. We passed an RAAF base at Curtin, which is maintained by a skeleton staff but which can be made fully operational within 24hours.
          It has also been used in the past as a refugee centre. We also passed Derby airport (departure point for the …

          Day 27 - The Horries!!!!!!!

          A travel blog entry by lischappell on Oct 18, 2015

          2 comments, 23 photos

          ... as it was a very bumpy ride back & it took us at least an hour to get our land legs back once we’d been dropped off at the park. We all “felt a bit weird” (as Nicholas puts it) but a swim in the pool helped us feel a lot better. What an amazing day, we have absolutely no regrets doing this tour. Sure it was expensive, but being on our bucket list, we had to do it as we would have regretted NOT doing it had we left Broome without doing the tour.