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Broome is served by Darwin Airport (Darwin, Australia)


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Broome is served by Darwin Airport (Darwin, Australia)

    BNE
    Brisbane
    DRW
    Darwin
    tigerair australia

    Sun, Oct 15 - Sat, Oct 21
    USD 142
    ADL
    Adelaide
    DRW
    Darwin
    Jetstar Airways - Australia & New Zealand

    Thu, Nov 9 - Mon, Nov 13
    USD 188
    SYD
    Sydney
    DRW
    Darwin
    Jetstar Airways - Australia & New Zealand

    Tue, Apr 3 - Tue, Apr 10
    USD 193
    MEL
    Melbourne
    DRW
    Darwin
    Jetstar Airways - Australia & New Zealand

    Tue, Oct 10 - Wed, Oct 18
    USD 204
    SIN
    Singapore
    DRW
    Darwin
    Jetstar Asia Airways - Singapore

    Fri, Dec 1 - Sat, Dec 2
    USD 220
    PER
    Perth
    DRW
    Darwin
    Virgin Australia

    Tue, Nov 28 - Sun, Dec 3
    USD 252
    MNL
    Manila
    DRW
    Darwin
    Jetstar Asia Airways - Singapore

    Wed, Dec 20 - Sun, Jan 7
    USD 320
    CNS
    Cairns
    DRW
    Darwin

    Thu, Sep 14 - Mon, Sep 18
    USD 339
    ASP
    Alice Springs
    DRW
    Darwin

    Fri, Oct 20 - Mon, Oct 23
    USD 346
    DIL
    Dili
    DRW
    Darwin
    Airnorth (Australia)

    Thu, Aug 17 - Mon, Aug 21
    USD 369
Arriving at Broome

Cheap flights to Broome all go through Perth, the West Australian capital. Buses also leave for Broome from Perth every day. Broome International Airport is international by name only, as no flights arrive from outside Australia and the only direct route from a city outside Western Australia is from Darwin. The airport is centrally located and within walking distance to the town’s centre. For travellers who can’t walk the options are hiring a car, or taxi, or arranging for their accommodation to organise a courtesy shuttle.

Getting around Broome

Broome's Town Bus Service offers a cheap way to see the town. Buses run every hour, 7 days per week, with bus stops near all major accommodation. Buses stop at Town Beach, Chinatown, Boulevard Shops and Cable Beach. From May - October, an extra bus runs every 1/2 hour during the busiest time of the day. Travellers can get a cheap “Value Added Day Pass” which allows for unlimited travel for the day and discounts and specials from local businesses. The cleverly named Broome Broome car hire will get travellers into a car or 4WD depending on their needs. Broome Cycles in Chinatown and Cable Beach hire bicycles for less than $20 a week

Attractions in Broome

Broome is famous for the pearling industry which founded it. It is home of South Sea pearls - among the largest harvested cultured pearls in the world. Visitors can watch how Broome pearls are cultured on a cruise to a local pearl farm. Back in town a trip to the pearl showrooms of Chinatown in the hunt for a cheap trinket is a must. The multicultural town has another global claim to fame, Sun Pictures, the oldest operating outdoor cinema in the world. Broome has 22km of white sandy beaches, flanked by turquoise water, with Cable Beach a must-see. Historic Broome goes back hundreds of thousands of years with ancient dinosaur footprints at Gantheaume Point attracting huge interest. And on certain dates between March and October, when the full moon coincides with low tide at Roebuck Bay the optical illusion, known as the Staircase to the Moon, attracts tourists in numbers.

Shopping, Dining and Night Life in Broome

Even though Broome is not a metropolis, the fact it attracts a wide variety of visitors, from honeymooners, families and backpackers, means it has a vibrant nightlife. There are a number cocktail bars and live gig venues which feature national and international artists. At Matso’s travellers can enjoy local award-winning brews and great food in an historic building. Overlooking Roebuck Bay is Tides Bar which offers a venue for the more refined guests, but if you want a cheap meal head to The Roebuck Bay Hotel, which offers free snacks every Saturday and Friday nights when it features local entertainment until late. Chinatown is one of the most popular shopping spots in Broome. There are a variety cafes, restaurant and speciality stores that line the street which is home to some of the best pearl showrooms and art galleries. Cheap shopping can be found at Paspaley Plaza and the Boulevard Shopping Centre. For more specialist ware try Hidden Valley Handcrafts, or Simply Broome, which has a variety of indigenous art.

Flight stats for Broome - did you know?
  • Broome is 1,114 km from Darwin Airport (Darwin, Australia).
  • Darwin Airport (Darwin, Australia)
    • Right now, 23 airlines operate out of Darwin Airport.
    • Darwin Airport offers nonstop flights to 20 cities.
    • Every week, at least 616 domestic flights and 175 international flights depart from Darwin Airport.

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