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The weather in Broome
Above are the weather conditions for Broome. This year, March will have higher average temperatures. Conversely, July is the coolest month in Broome, with temperatures going under 14°. The rainiest month is March while the driest month is July.
The Kimberley Region of Australia is home to one of the most popular destinations in the country, Broome. With ideal weather from May to September, the town draws thousands of holidaymakers, tempted by its stunning beaches and sunsets over the Indian Ocean. Not only is its scenery to die for, but Broome also offers a range of exciting activities – whether that's taking a boat ride to see waterfalls, learning about the town's pearling history, or simply relaxing with a cool beer. It won't be long before you return!
Broome's buzzing nightlife
Once the sun goes down, Broome comes alive with the sound of music and happy, happy people. There's nothing better than spending a fun evening with friends, and Broome is a great place to do just that. The nightlife here is energetic, and there are plenty of places to enjoy the balmy evenings. Elegant cocktail bars, beachside bars with terraces, taverns, and breweries await – all with a variety of food and drink to tempt those taste buds.
Tides, overlooking Roebuck Bay, has live music on weekends and fabulous views out over the ocean. Sunset Bar & Grill has a terrace where guests can indulge in a refreshing beer after a day on the beach. The atmosphere is buzzing in Broome, and visitors won't have to break the bank to have fun.
Exciting things to do
The Broome area boasts magnificent, eye-popping scenery, and there are ample opportunities to experience it. For an exciting day trip, venture to Horizontal Falls to see the huge pools created by changes in the tide. Explore the natural beauty of the Dampier Peninsula's woodland and secluded beaches, or swim and snorkel in the turquoise waters. You'll just love the region's diversity.
Birdwatchers are in for a treat, as the nearby bird observatory offers the chance to learn about local efforts for the conservation of migratory birds. To get more active and end the day perfectly, venture on a camel ride along Cable Beach at sunset – it's an experience not to be missed.
The best of Broome
August is host to A Taste of Broome, a celebration of heritage, with music, dance, food, and performances. The exciting Festival of the Pearl, also known as Shinju Matsuri, brings together colourful parades, incredible artists, and dragon boat races.
In honour of Broome's natural phenomenon, the Staircase to the Moon, when the rising moon casts beautiful reflections on the sandy flats, town beach markets are held from May to October. Visit market stalls selling jewellery, crafts, and delicious cuisine under the stars.
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