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Experience authentic Broome at the historic Roebuck Bay Hotel! Fun and affordable, Broome’s longest standing hospitality establishment was built in 1890 to entertain the pearling crews and many of the pioneering workers of the day, something that the hotel continues to proudly do. Known as the ‘The Roey’, the hotel is a one-stop for all your holiday needs; good quality accommodation; restaurants, bars and great live music year round in comfortable indoor and outdoor areas. The Roey also boasts Broome’s only nightclub – Skylla. The Oasis Bar at The Roey is one of Broome’s best live music venues having hosted sell-out concerts of Paul Kelly, The Waifs, The Angels and many legendary Australian
Bar, Pub, Australian
Parking Available, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Waitstaff, Free Off-Street Parking, Television, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Wine and Beer, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Reservations, Highchairs Available, Accepts Credit Cards
Had a great meal at the hotel and the price was good, although drinks were expensive and seemed to vary in price depending on the bar person.
I had booked a “deluxe” room and although the bed was very comfy, and the linen was great,...More
Excellent menu. Chose steak as I has eaten heaps of fish during my holiday. Well cooked - rare served with mash and spinach. Available with four sauces but I opted for mustard. There was none available!! What? Are you sure. Yup no mustard in the...More
In the heart of Broome this is a great place with lots of character. Rooms are neat and clean though a little old. The local front bar was packed on a Tuesday evening and had women in bikinis flirting with patrons. Not offensive in any...More
The Roebuck Hotel accommodation is definitely not luxurious but it suited my purposes perfectly. I needed an overnight stay in Broome as I had to be waiting at The Visitor Centre at 5.30 am the following morning for a 6 am departure to Willare Bridge,...More
A hot day on foot ended when we flopped into the Rooey. Thankfully the pizzas were not only huge, but also really good; plenty of toppings and not too much pastry. It was a cool haven, quiet on a Friday afternoon.
We went here for the Sunday roast dinner.
It’s buffet style with a choice of a chef cutting you pork and beef. You then proceed to the vegetable selection and it’s self serve.
Sweets a limited choice of two.
There was a solo entertainer playing....More
The Roey kindly kept the kitchen open and served us a meal when we dropped in late after grabbing a movie at the Sun Theatre. Many thanks.
The meal was AOK pub food in a clean pub setting.
Stayed here after flying in to Broome.
Good people, good food and right in town.
Room was clean and large. Nice and quiet, airport noise can be an issue in Broome.
Lot's of Cafe's nearby for breakfast.