Broome Vacation Village Broome, North West, Western Australia, WA 6725

Open all year

Vacation Village Caravan Park offer an ideal location with accessibility to all the attractions, with a bus stop directly outside the park entrance.

Almost directly opposite the entrance of Vacation Village Caravan Park, golfers will find the lush green fairways of Broome Golf Club hard to resist with one of the best views over Roe Buck Bay.

Just a few minutes drive will take you to Cable Beach, Port, Chinatown, Historical Museum, Chinese / Japanese Cemetery, Shell House, Town beach and gallery.

Drive (4x4) onto the beach at Gantheaume Point to enjoy a picnic whilst watching the spectacular sunset over Red Rock at the point.


Broome Vacation Village (www)
122 Port Drive
North West, Western Australia
WA 6725

Nearby attractions

Call in to the Broome Visitor Centre for your free map and let our friendly, experienced staff help you with your accommodation, tour and car hire bookings for Broome, the Kimberley and Pilbara regions.

Enjoy a leisurely stroll along the 22 kilometres of pristine white sand and swim in the clear tropical water that is Cable Beach. Marvel at Broome’s large tidal movement.

At the end of the day, sit back and relax with a cool drink on Cable Beach and watch the spectacular sunset over the Indian Ocean.
Visit Gantheaume Point, home of the 130 million year old Dinosaur Footprints which can be seen at very low tides. While there, take in the vibrant colours of the red sandstone cliffs that spill into the water and see. Anastasia’s Pool – built by a former lighthouse keeper for his arthritic wife. For tide times please contact the Broome Visitor Centre.
Wander through Chinatown, once the bustling hub of pearl shells, billiard saloons, entertainment houses and Chinese eateries. The finest pearl showrooms, retail outlets and sidewalk cafes will provide you with a great shopping experience and time to soak in the charm of old and new Broome.

Check out the history of pearling in Broome and be whisked back in time to the high seas and drama of the early days of pearling, include a visit to a working pearl farm that is open to the public.

Take the opportunity to visit an Aboriginal owned Aquaculture Discovery Centre and learn of the unique role the sea and river systems of the Kimberley have played in the life of the Aboriginal people.
Go with friends for a leisurely Camel Ride along Cable Beach

Have the adventure of a lifetime and escape with an extended Cruise along the Kimberley Coast or perhaps a 4WD Safari into the rugged and majestic beauty of the Kimberley Gorges.

Sit back in a deck chair and enjoy the new release movies at the oldest operating outdoor picture gardens in Australia
Roam through the Broome Historical Society Museum, explore the fascinating history that awaits you.

On extremely low tides, the Dutch Flying Boat wrecks are visible. Please check tide times with the Broome Visitor Centre.

Things to do nearby

  • Beach
  • Boat launch
  • Fishing
  • Golf
  • Sailing
  • Swimming (Outdoor)
  • Games Room
  • TV Room
  • Internet Access
  • Snooker/Pool


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  • Family ParksFamily Parks of Australia FPA is an independent group of caravan parks currently situated throughout all States and territories of Australia.
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