Changes for Broome
Great news for visitors and Broome residents as there has been a successful trial of the affordable airfares between Broome and Perth. This will continue with one way flights between Broome and Perth from $199 during the high season and $179 during the low season ( travelling between Friday and Sunday and booking in advance).
The Roebuck Bay Lookout in Broome has been officially opened and the elevated platform offers visitors sweeping views over Roebuck Bay and was constructed as part of the $12.7 million Chinatown Revitalization Project. Artwork and cultural information panels for the lookout were designed in collaboration with Yawuru traditional owners and Broome Senior High School students and provide visitors with an insight into the the locations cultural significance. The lookout is a point of interest on the award winning Jetty to Jetty self-guided heritage walk designed to showcase the beauty, culture and history of the Roebuck Bay Foreshore and the town’s pearling past.
We have also started tour 4 and 5 on the road to explore the amazing Kimberley. One of the vehicles had an unfortunate meeting with a rock and the window and needed some ingenious bush mechanics to keep going through Purnululu until the repairs could be made at Kununurra. The weather is still quite warm on the road and all the guests are enjoying currently cooling off in the infinity pool and swimming in Lake Argyle.
This season we have some great indigenous guides showing guests the rock art around King Edward River. We have been blessed with their great stories around our camp fires at night. Both groups will soon be heading down the Gibb River Road and enjoying all the sights and activities.