Broome is situated on the traditional lands of the Jukun and Yawuru people. Broome is a pearling and tourist town in the Kimberley region of Western Australia. Treat your senses in the exotic pearling town that was once the capital of Australia's South-Sea pearl industry. Cast a spell with its exquisite pearls or tread along with its pearling past. Camels in Australia might sound a bit surprising, but that is exactly what Broome has got to offer along the white sand in Cable Beach. Travel back to the pre-historic era with dinosaur footprints preserved in rock and get to fly past the birds from Roebuck Bay.
|Population||:||The population according to the 2006 census is 11,547.|
|Currency||:||The local currency used in Broome is the Australian dollar (AUD).|
|Geographic Coordination||:||17°57'43"S 122°14'10"E.|
Climate and Geography
Broome has a tropical climate with hot and humid summers and warm winters.
The excellent way to travel around and explore the spectacular city is by walking. The whole town can be covered on foot. You can take a bus to reach various destinations. Taxis are also available but are little expensive.
Shopping and Entertainment
Broome is well known all over the world for its saltwater-pearls that they are cultivating here.