Have a seat and enjoy a drink in the Western Australian sunshine and watch the continuous parade of camels to and from Cable Beach each day.
While Broome is on many a bucket list, the iconic Cable Beach Club Resort is like a holiday within a holiday.
The iconic Cable Beach Club Resort & Spa is the only resort in Broome overlooking the popular Cable Beach and provides a diverse range of cafe, bar and restaurant facilities.
Rooms and villas are classic Broome style Bungalows are nestled amongst lush Japanese gardens.
A variety of accommodation options are available from bungalows to luxury villas complete butler service. Guest rooms are simple and spacious as visitors to Broome aren't likely to want to spend much time in their room anyway.
Accommodation at Cable Beach Club Resort are the traditional Bungalows, perfect for the warm weather.
The resort grounds offer two swimming pools, one for families, and the other a quiet haven reserved solely for adults.
For total relaxation guests can unwind at Chahoya Spa.
A typical guest room at the resort.
For families, there is a child friendly pool as well as a water playground and miniature golf park perfect for kids.
Additionally the Resort offers a schedule of daily activities such as tours through the gardens, art walks/talk and cooking classes in case you are game to try something new.
Across the road from the resort is a Buddha Sanctuary where yoga classes are offered to guests. It is free to wander over and have a look and so worth it! The giant carved crystal sitting Buddha statue is really remarkable to see simply for the sake of it.
For complete relaxation, visit the child-free pool.
Broome as a city offers so much unique history and even more beautiful surroundings. Guests visiting must add the quintessential experience to their itinerary- a camel ride down Cable Beach, it is unforgettable.
The centre of town is small but offers plenty of boutique shops and museums on the pearling history of the town.
If you can time it just right to be in town for the phenomenon known as "staircase to the moon" you'll be counting your lucky stars. It is a once in a lifetime opportunity to see something truly amazing as the time goes back so far that the rising moon reflects off the mud and gives the illusion that there is a staircase ascending to the moon. This happens only 3 nights each month (around full moon) from March until November and it certainly worth planning your stay around.