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Do & See

Staircase to the Moon

A natural treasure to Broome occurs for three days during the full moon from March to October. Reflections from the moon stretch across the mud flats on very low tides creating the magnificent illusion of a long silver staircase.
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Chinatown

Chinatown in Broome is well worth visit. In this historic hub of Broome you can visit pearl showrooms, art galleries, shops, cafés and eat a whole lot of delicious food.
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Gantheaume Point

At Gantheaume Point you can view dinosaur footprints at low tides, believed to be more that 130 million years old. Here you can also witness the vivid red sandstone cliffs spilling into the sea and Anastasia’s Pool, built by a former lighthouse keeper for his arthritic wife.
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Chinatown’s Sun Pictures

At Chinatown’s Sun Pictures you can experience the world's oldest picture garden. Soak up the nostalgia sitting back in deck chairs at the world’s oldest operating open-air picture theatre and view the latest releases.
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Broome Historical Society Museum

Uncover the fascinating history of this region at the Broome Historical Society Museum. Continue to Bedford Park, on Hamersley Street, to see the Australian and Allied War Memorials, Dampier’s Chest and other plaques regarding Broome.
Courthouse Markets

Courthouse Markets

Make your way through an intriguing collection of local and island arts and crafts at the Courthouse Markets. Make sure you enjoy a tasty bite to eat at these markets.
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Willie Creek Pearl Farm

Discover how the rare and beautiful South Sea Pearl is produced at this award winning pearl farm. The prices range from under $100 up to hundreds of thousands of dollars. So no matter what your budget is, you are sure to find a piece of jewellery that will always be precious to you or your loved one.
Boat Wrecks

Boat Wrecks

For everyone interested in war relics, in extremely low tides you can see the Dutch Flying Boat wrecks in Roebuck Bay. These airplanes were bombed by the Japanese in 1942.
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