au Eco Beach is a multi award-winning eco resort set amongst the pristine and untouched Kimberley environment. Just over an hour's drive.
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Broome during the dry season. Otherwise, connect through Perth. See qantas.com.au; With eight rooms in a historic former pearling master's home, the Pinctada McAlpine House offers a heritage contrast to Broome's modern resorts. Garden suites cost
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Broome is described as sleepy and charming. Yet it conceals centuries old stories and a 22km long peninsula landscape so wild and coated in a spectrum of fierce colours, that you’ll be completely sucked into this tiny town instantly. A two and a half hour flight brought me straight from Perth to Broome – known more affectionately as the ‘pearl of the north’. It was the second stop of my ‘Just Another Day in WA’ experience where I spent one week travelling around this little-known side of Australia. From city to the wilds, Broome is where nature dominates – in the picturesque curves of its 22km coastline, the rocky peninsula walls and hidden in its tropical outback. Gantheaume Point in Minyirr Park was our starting point – a collection of fiery ochre orange sands and red rock formations such as ‘Anastasia’s pool’. At the bottom of the cliff-face are sands that conceal 120 million years old preserved dinosaur footprints said to relate to TREX. You’ll find avid prehistoric buffs out looking for the evidence when the reef is at a low tide of 2. 16m or less, as well as on the connecting Cable Beach where more footprints were recently discovered. A town where lodgings-turned-retail hubs and old wooden jetty planks lead you to a pearling trade past. Broome is the centre of a significant period of Australian history. Broome is where Malay, Chinese, Japanese, Filipino, European and Aboriginal cultures blended together in the early 1880s, working as pearl luggers who lived in what is now the central Chinatown retail hub. Carnarvon Street’s remaining white corrugated iron Pearling Master’s houses that now conceal pearl shops, eateries and cafes still bear the distinctive red and green paintwork (the left over paint from the undercoat of the luggers). There’s also the still operating Sun Pictures, which stands as the oldest outdoor movie theatre in the world , which you can still look around even if you are not planning to watch a movie. You will see old pictures of the time when there was segregated seating and separate entrances for the Aboriginal people. Statues and streets are named after places in Asia, like Taiji Road after Taiji in Japan (Broome’s sister city). These small touches mark a remembrance of the many people who never made it back home during this dangerous trade known for prolifically hard work. Cable beach is also named because of telegraph cable linking Broome to Java in 1889 where pearling masters would barter the best shell price. Town Beach is a pocket-sized beach in comparison, where we found a quiet spot with the fisherman and had the chance to chat to the local people. This included the all-day dining darling that is The Aarli and Matso’s Brewery, where award-winning craft beer is produced within one of the oldest heritage buildings in Broome (at over 100 years old). While Broome is becoming a hotspot centrally which a lot to explore, my best memories came from unplanned, off-track exploring. Travel to Broome is not only a gateway to the Kimberly (which I got to explore) but also a window to the wilderness Outback of the north fringes of Western Australia. We meet Brad – an Aboriginal guide from Narlijia Cultural Tours – and asked him where we should go to make use of our last day with our hired 4×4 and really get off-road. Brad is a born-and-bred Broome local who was eager to share the secrets and multi-perspectives of the land of his ancestors – the saltwater Yawuru people and later, a long line of pearling workers. It was the chance to dig dipper into a side of Broome that needs to be understood away from its surface level tourism. As we began our journey in the very heart of the town, he told the stories of how the pearling trade changed the town significantly in terms of wealth and lawlessness. We touched on the difficult subject of how rapid multi-cultural integration, settlement and modernisation have led to the present-day issues of change and integration for the Aboriginal people.
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