From the pristine, turquoise water and white sands of Cable Beach through to the dinosaur footprints embedded in the ancient red rock formations at Gantheaume Point, natural beauty abounds in Broome and the wider Kimberley region. Explore the stunning natural sites within our surroundings and grounds.
Take a stroll through our Resort grounds to uncover the unique beauty of native trees, flora and fauna. Home to hundred year old boabs, mango trees and palms, with stunning displays of frangipanis lining our walkways, the tropical climate sees the lush greenery thrive. We also have some charming animals you’ll notice during your stay including an array of birds, friendly wallabies and small lizards.
Did you know that Cable Beach was named after the first telegraph cable that connected Broome (and Australia) with Java (and the rest of the world) in 1889? Today, most people know Cable Beach as one of the world’s most stunning beaches. With pristine white sand, crystal clear water and home to the most spectacular sunsets, Cable Beach will truly take your breath away.