The North West of the state is a ancient, wild and rugged place with a fascinating history and stunning landscapes. Home to the World Heritage listed Purnululu National park and Bungle Bungles this is a place that will touch your soul.
Broome is famous for its multicultural population and its history of pearling. The town is a very popular holiday destination with its sunny climate, stunning beaches and tropical feel. There is plenty to discover in this beautiful town.
Sun Pictures is the oldest picture garden in the world. Why not experience this little piece of history whilst enjoying the latest blockbuster releases.
Cossack is a historic ghost town located around 15 km from Roebourne. The town has a number of historical buildings, a museum and an art gallery - don't miss it.
Matso’s Store is now home to Matso's Broome Brewery and started life as the Union Bank of Australia, the first bank in Broome. It is now a boutique brewery and restaurant.
Shunju Matsuri (Event) is Broome's Festival of the Pearl and provides ten days of multicultural events and activities for locals and visitors in September every year.
Beagle Bay is one of the three Aboriginal communities on the Dampier Peninsula north of Broome. The church here is beautiful and was built by hand by the local Aboriginal people and the Pallotine monks that started the mission in the 1800s. There is no accommodation at Beagle bay and it is about two to three hours drive from Broome.
Cossack is an historic town located around 15 km from Roebourne. The town has a number of historical buildings, a museum and an art gallery - don't miss it.
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