The resort is a short stroll from Cable Beach and only 5 minutes drive from Broome town centre and the airport.There are a variety of local activities and attractions to enjoy during your stay including sunset cruises, scenic flights and camel rides.Also nearby is Malcolm Douglas’s famous Crocodile Park, an exquisite pearl retail showroom and a variety of alfresco cafes, restaurants, shops and pubs.In downtown Broome there are additional activities including the Sun Picture outdoor cinema, shopping centres, weekend markets, art galleries and the seasonal phenomenon “Staircase to the Moon”.Seashells Broome is close to regular public transport.Click on the image below to download the ‘Seashells Broome Guide’ and plan your next getaway.
The pristine sands of Broome’s iconic Cable Beach will ignite when Australia’s only beach polo tournament is played on the weekend of 30 & 31 May, 2015. Pinctada Cable Beach Polo Festival 2015 will feature leading polo players, and their ponies, vying for glory across two days of thrilling beach polo action that culminates in an international clash.
Free to watch from the sands, you can relax under your beach umbrella and be served from the gourmet hot-dog stand for your snacks and soft drinks. Or, indulge in something more luxurious and buy a ticket to the Cable Beach Polo VIP Marquee, where you will sip French champagne and savour sumptuous mezze cuisine among international guests and celebrities, while the top professional polo players compete for the Paspaley International Beach Polo Cup III. Another option to explore is the comfort and shade of the Kimberley Beach Polo Lounge, you will be in a stylish ‘beach club’ atmosphere where you can purchase premium beverages such as icy cold Coopers beers, chilled French champagne and deliciously refreshing iced vodka cocktails.
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