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My 1st Blog

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Mon Jan 20th, 20

My 1st Blog

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You Know Youre in Broome When You Discover Seriously Cool Café’s and Bars.

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Fri May 17th, 19

You Know Youre in Broome When You Discover Seriously Cool Café’s and Bars.

Broome is an isolated town. Situated on the edge of the Great Sandy Desert on the west coast, it’s about half way between Darwin and Perth. By road the nearest towns are Derby about 220km to the east and Port Headland 600km to the south.

You Know Youre in Broome When the Tide Takes Your Belongings

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Fri May 10th, 19

You Know Youre in Broome When the Tide Takes Your Belongings

Broome tides can be very challenging to get used to and they have taken many things from the unsuspecting. Amongst the biggest in the world, Broome tides can vary from low to high by as much as 10 metres. As Cable Beach is on such a slight gradient the result can be a difference of over 100 metres from when the tide is low to when the tide is high

You Know Youre in Broome When Manta Rays Herald the Dry Season

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Fri Apr 5th, 19

You Know Youre in Broome When Manta Rays Herald the Dry Season

After a long and not particularly wet, wet season, people in Broome start looking for any sign of the coming dry season. After several months of overnight lows as high as 28 degrees, April sees the town grasping for indicators.

You Know When Youre In Broome When You Witness the World's Greatest Migration

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Thu Oct 24th, 19

You Know When Youre In Broome When You Witness the World's Greatest Migration

Broome’s multicultural community is a positive reflection of the migration that has led to modern Australia. People migrated to Australia from all over the world. In Broome the migration was mainly Asian and provided labour for the pearling industry. In the late 1980’s it was a migration of epic proportion.

You Know Youre in Broome When You See a Staircase to the Moon

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Fri Mar 15th, 19

You Know Youre in Broome When You See a Staircase to the Moon

Broome has lots of interesting infrastructure. It’s home to a beach that’s named after one of the most important infrastructure projects of the nineteenth century. Cable Beach is where the Banjoewangie, Java to Cable Beach sub sea telegraph cable emerged.

You Know Youre in Broome When the Locals are Weather Obsessed

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Sat Feb 23rd, 19

You Know Youre in Broome When the Locals are Weather Obsessed

For most of the year being a weather forecaster in Broome would be the most boring job in Australia. It would be like a fine and sunny ground hog day with a maximum in the low thirties and an overnight minimum in the teens or low twenties.

You Know Youre in Broome When You Keep Going Around in Circles

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Sat Feb 9th, 19

You Know Youre in Broome When You Keep Going Around in Circles

Broome has become the roundabout capital of the world, with more roundabouts per capita than dogs, and Broome is a dog-lover’s town. In a bid to remain traffic-light free, the Shire of Broome has invested heavily in roundabouts for its traffic management strategy.

You Know You're in Broome When a 737 Interrupts your Movie

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Sat Jan 19th, 19

You Know You're in Broome When a 737 Interrupts your Movie

The Sun Picture Gardens (also known as Sun Pictures) is the world's oldest picture gardens still in operation. After Broome was established, a Chinatown area emerged after the town became home to a large Asian population.

The Wharf Restaurant Takes Broome on Korean Journey

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Mon Mar 27th, 17

The Wharf Restaurant Takes Broome on Korean Journey

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.

Don Bacon from Amazing Kimberley

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Fri Mar 10th, 17

Don Bacon from Amazing Kimberley

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 tour.  #TasteBroome bumped into Don on a Friday morning at one of Broome's hippest coffee shops, the Good Cartel

The Colours of Broome are Amazing

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Fri Jan 3rd, 20

The Colours of Broome are Amazing

The colours of Broome must be seen to be believed, and often aren’t believed even when seen. Broome’s palette of colours is broad and vibrant and prismatic. The light in Broome is crisp, clear and unpolluted, allowing the raw pigment to have the illusion of vibrating in the sun.