How To Enjoy The Tropical Town Of Broome
If you are a beach bum who most likely enjoy spending time under the heat of the sun, you will definitely keep coming back for more as you cannot just get enough of what Broome has to offer. Broome is a beach town situated 2,240 kilometers north of Perth. You can either get there through air or through sea. If you wish to go by air, Broome International Airport is just a 5-minute drive from the city by car and a 10-minute drive if via shuttle. On the other hand, if you wish to go by sea, the Port of Broome is just a 10-minute drive to the city by car or shuttle.
Broome is a town in the West Coast of Australia that is a highly favored tourist destination because of its tropical climate all throughout the year. Even during winter season— which falls on the months of June, July and August – the temperature does not usually drop to a freezing point. In fact, a 5°C temperature during night time is only rare. This entirely means that Broome has a warm winter and an even warmer to hot summer.
The weather plays an important part in pursuing different activities. With this kind of weather, Broome definitely has a lot of activities to offer to its visitors and to the locals as well. Aside from going to the beach, one of the top things to do in Broome is visiting the Broome Bird Observatory. This park in Western Australia serves as a haven for thousands of migratory birds which are around 40 different species of birds. In fact, it is among the top four of the most significant viewing site for shorebirds in the world. This observatory was established in 1988 with an aim to study how to conserve the migratory birds visiting Roebuck Bay. If you wish to visit this bird observatory, they can provide tours, courses and educational facilities and accommodation.
Speaking of Roebuck Bay, the iconic Matso’s Brewery is a good choice to fill your stomach after your bird watching in the observatory. In fact, getting some beer at Matso’s Brewery is also on the top things to do in Broome. It is an award winning microbrewery in Broome and they also have a lot of seasonal beers to offer such as Pearler’s Pale Ale, Hit the Toad mid-strength and the famous Ginger Beer. Aside from the craft beers, they also have tasty meals to choose from.
Since Broome is just along the sea, water activities that you can do are limitless. Why not add whale watching on your top things to do in Broome? The good thing about it is that it is better if you do it with a group. You do not only appreciate nature but you also make new friends. Afterwards, riding a camel along Cable Beach is also a good way to enjoy the sunset.