What's up Broome

What's happening and what's new in Broome. Regular posts of events, tours and experiences that are #SoBroome

A Walk on Cable Beach

Sunday, March 18, 2018
Cable Beach Broome, any Saturday afternoon mid March. People, dogs and families, visitors and locals alike are out enjoying the best beach in the world. So good, #SoBroome. ..

Sunset, Pasta and Vino

Friday, March 16, 2018
Its a Thursday evening, mid March. Broome is unusually bustling with people for this time of year. On a whim we decide to head down to the Cable Beach Club's Sunset Bar & Grill. We invite friends and the four of us enjoy cold champagne and bucket of prawns on ice with aioli sauce. We sit in the warm glow of the sun slipping below the horizon into the Indian Ocean. The Sunset Bar has a liv ..

Broome 1962: An historical look at a town in transition.

Saturday, March 03, 2018
Living in Broome, you get a sense of the history and the people who shaped this unique Australian town throughout the 20th century. Names like Kennedy, Male and McDaniel can be found on old buildings, ovals and street signs. Now you can meet the people, see what they look like and hear some of their stories. 4 Corners came to Broome in 1962. Original story published by Ben Collins ABC  ..

Marilynne Paspaley - Event Producer - Cable Beach Polo

Saturday, April 01, 2017
You can't beat tips from long time locals. Marilynne Paspaley from McApline House gives her tips on Broome:Marilynne's Tips Favourite Coffee: The Good Cartel. Whats your must see for Broome? Nagula Jarndu Women's Art Centre Favourite bar: The Mangrove Hotel. (/broome-services/mangrove-hotel-broome) Favourite muso: Steve Prigram Favourite season and why: The wet season. Because ..

The Wharf Restaurant Takes Broome on Korean Journey

Sunday, March 26, 2017
The options for cuisine in Broome have reached a new high with the latest addition of a weekly Korean brunch. The Wharf Restaurant, famous for its fresh seafood and daily half priced oysters have recently employed traditional Korean trained Chef Truong Phuong to deliver the Korean Brunch each Friday Saturday and Sunday until 9am to noon. Chef Truong spends every Thursday prepping for the  ..

Cygnet Bay Pearler James Brown Talks Broome

Saturday, March 25, 2017
You can't beat tips from long time locals. James Brown from Cygnet Bay Pearls give his tips on Broome: James' Tips Whats your must see for Broome? The Dampier Peninsula Favourite bar: Our bar with pearls in the bar! Gygnet Bay bar and restaurant. (http://www.tastebroome.com.au/broome-services/cygnet-bay-pearl-farm-restaurant) Favourite muso: The Prigram Brothers Favourite season and  ..

Bali Hai Cafe on a Winner with Head Chef Karl McPhail

Wednesday, March 22, 2017
For many years the Bali Hai Resort and Spa has been one of Broome's favourite bespoke properties. With its distinctly Balinese architecture and styling the resort makes a contemporary statement on Broome's historical and cultural links to Asia. Situated within an easy 10 minute walk of the world famous Cable Beach, the Bali Hai is popular with beach lovers and those looking for a relaxing ..

Don Bacon from Amazing Kimberley

Friday, March 10, 2017
Don Bacon has lived in Broome for 23 years. He has a passion for the unique and pristine environment of the Kimberley. One of his great enjoyments to share of this amazing region with visitors on his Amazing Kimberley (/broome-services/amazing-kimberley-tours) tour. #TasteBroome bumped into Don on a Friday morning at one of Broome's hippest coffee shops, the Good Cartel. How long ha ..

Fat Bike Tours for Broome

Friday, March 03, 2017
Broome has one the highest densities of fat bikes per person in Australia. With 20kms of pristine white beach fat bikes have found their ideal environment. Broome Fat Bike Adventures, will soon be offering the opportunity to join in a fat-bike tour along Cable Beach north of the rocks to Willie Creek. Each tour group will have a maximum of 10 participants, with tours operating in the hours l ..

Threadfin Salmon the Year Round Staple

Thursday, March 02, 2017
Several years ago the state government bought back the two gill net fishing licenses that were operating in Roebuck Bay. The licenses extended from 80 mile beach to Roebuck Bay and focused mainly on Threadfin and Blue Nose Salmon and to a lesser extent Barramundi. Threadfin (locally known as "threadies" or "freddies") have a special significance to locals in Broome. The fishery had been coming ..

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