GORV - Digital Magazine Issue #65 - Page 68

Broome has arguably some of the most stunning beaches in Australia . Cable Beach , with its long stretch of white sand , is a favourite amongst tourists . Take a ride on a camel or bring your 4WD onto the sand for sunset drinks .
Gantheaume Point also has a lovely beach with usually less crowds ; it ’ s also a great place to explore around the red cliffs and , if the tides are right , find a rockpool or two .
Fishing is the sport of choice in Broome , with plenty of prolific spots to choose from , especially for those with a boat . Otherwise , try your hand at mud-crabbing ! For bird enthusiasts , Broome Bird Observatory is a must ; it also offers RV-friendly camping .
James Price Point is a popular day trip to see the iconic ochre cliffs dissolving into the beach and ocean . A bit further afield , you ’ ll find Dampier Peninsula , which has recently had its access road sealed .
Many Aboriginal communities , such as Lombadina and Beagle Bay , are re-opening their doors to visitors after being closed due to covid .
Other popular spots include Middle Lagoon , Pender Bay ( ask for the campsite with the private baths ), and Cygnet Bay with its lovely infinity pool and unique tours . And for the experience of a lifetime , book a visit to Horizontal Falls ; scenic flights and tours leave directly from Broome .
W I N N E R !
Kununurra if you have a 4WD ; otherwise Broome
If you ’ re after a relaxed beachside holiday with a resort feel and lots of history , Broome is your best bet . If you want something a bit more natural , adventurous and off-thebeaten-path , you can ’ t go wrong with Kununurra . Better yet , go to both and decide for yourself which one ’ s the favourite !
The natural wonder that is Horizontal Falls .
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