Discover your North West accommodation
North West Accommodation
Welcome to one of Broome's most popular seaside resorts, only 300 metres from the enticing sands of Cable Beach. Relax and enjoy the distinctive flavour and style of Broome, a unique and exotic town and once pearling capital of the world.
Mantra Frangipani Broome
Mantra Frangipani is architecturally designed in contemporary Broome style to allow families and couples alike to enjoy peace, tranquility and privacy. Mantra Frangipani is your private oasis and stepping stone to the spectacular Kimberley region, one of the world's last frontiers.
Visitors to Broome are drawn to the colour, culture and cosmopolitan vibe of its central hub of Roebuck Bay. Just one street back from the Bay, Oaks Broome combines hotel and apartment-style holiday accommodation within tranquil landscaped gardens.
Ramada Eco Beach Resort
One of the world's most remarkable destinations, Eco Beach is a unique resort set in a pristine and untouched landscape just one hour's drive south of Broome. Accommodation is provided through a variety of beautifully appointed, solar powered Eco Villas and safari-style Eco Tents.
Oaks Cable Beach Sanctuary
Oaks Cable Beach Sanctuary is a luxury resort offering the perfect blend of apartment style accommodation and resort style facilities. It is only a short stroll from the beautiful sandy shores of Cable Beach and a 5 minute drive from the centre of Broome and Chinatown.
ibis Styles Karratha
Well located in the centre of town, ibis Styles Karratha sits within walking distance of the main shopping centre. Featuring 60 rooms, the hotel is warm and welcoming, with an outdoor pool, BBQ area and a bistro providing pleasant al fresco dining.
ibis Styles Kununurra
ibis Styles Kununurra is located 1km from the town centre and 4km from the airport. Featuring 60 rooms, a restaurant, bar and pool, the hotel is positioned close to many attractions including Kellys Knob, the Bungle Bungles and Lake Argyle.
ibis Styles Port Hedland
Overlooking the clear water of the Indian Ocean, providing spectacular views, ibis Styles offers a bistro with al fresco dining and full ocean views, pool, internet access, free in house movies, comfortable accommodation with warm friendly service.
Located on beautiful Roebuck Bay, Mercure Broome is positioned in tropical gardens and set between red desert and azure sea. Perfect for relaxation or adventure, this Broome hotel is the ideal base from which to explore the gateway to the Kimberley region.
A visit to Australia's North West will take you through some of the world’s most amazing untouched wilderness areas, giving you a real Australian outback experience. Covering over one million square kilometres (four times the size of the United Kingdom), North West Australia is split into two areas of breathtaking natural beauty, the Kimberley region and the Pilbara region.
The ancient landscapes of these regions are a contrast of rugged ranges, stunning gorges, pristine sandy beaches and untouched islands and reefs. They’re also home to wildlife, birdlife and plant species you won’t find anywhere else on the planet.
Cultural experiences to suit all tastes and budgets can be found in the Kimberley region and the Pilbara region. Take an authentic Indigenous tour and learn about local Indigenous history and culture, hear Dreamtime stories and try bush tucker.
Stay at the exotic seaside town of Broome in the Kimberley region and sail on an old pearl lugger at sunset or ride a camel along Broome's beautiful Cable Beach. Visit Karratha, the gateway to the beautiful Karijini National Park, and Kununurra, the gateway to the Bungle Bungle Range in the Kimberley. Or travel through true outback towns on a four wheel drive tour of North West Australia.
Broome is primarily a pearling and tourist town in the Kimberley region of Western Australia. Broome is approximately 2200 km north of Perth. The year round population of Broome is approximately 14,500 with this number tripling during tourist season. Broome is situated on a north/south peninsula and has water on both sides of the town. On the eastern shore are the waters of Roebuck Bay and west is Cable Beach.
The popular Cable Beach is situated 7 km from Broome. Cable Beach is 22.5 km long with beautiful white sand washed clean daily and the water is crystal clear turquoise. Cable Beach is home to one of Australia's most famous nudist beaches. Located directly east of Cable Beach over the dunes is Minyirr Park. Cable Beach was named after the telegraph cable laid between Broome and Java in 1889.
Roebuck Bay extends from the Main jetty at Port Drive to Sandy Point to west of Thangoo station. Town Beach is part of the shoreline and is popular with tourists. Roebuck Bay is of international importance for the millions of shorebirds. The Broome Bird Observatory on the northern shore of Roebuck Bay was established by Birds Australia to study these shorebirds.
Broome has a semi-arid climate and has two seasons: a dry season and a wet season. Broome's dry season is from May through November and the wet season extends from December through March. Broome has grown and diversified due to the West Australian mining boom of the 1960s, as well as the growth of the tourism industry. Broome is also one of the fastest growing towns in Australia. It is in this region you’ll be captivated by the Bungle Bungles, Lake Argyle and a host of hallmark landscapes and activities.