Broome Visitor Centre

The Broome Visitor Centre is here to help you plan an unforgettable holiday in Broome.

Come and explore Broome, in Australia's North West, and enjoy a variety of Broome tours and experiences. It might be hard to know where to start when you plan a holiday in Broome. We are here to provide advice and assist you to book your Broome tours. We share our local secrets and interesting and unique things to do in Chinatown, Cable Beach, Dampier Peninsula, Broome and beyond.

Discover Broome's culture, history, Aboriginal tours, indulge in some retail therapy at our pearl and jewellery showrooms, art galleries and enjoy dining out at our Broome restaurants.

Whether you are looking for relaxation and indulgence, or adventure and excitement, it is all here! Don't just tick off your Broome bucket list - come back again and again and feel like a local!

The Broome Visitor Centre represents over 300 local members and we have provided booking services to visitors to Broome for over 45 years. Our friendly staff have local knowledge, experience and offer free booking services and itinerary planning assistance.

Ngaji gurrjin! (hello) Welcome to Yawuru country.

The Yawuru (pronounced Ya-roo) people are the native title holders of Broome (Rubibi) and surrounding areas.

As the custodians of our lands and seas, we welcome you to Broome. A welcoming of people onto country is culturally important to Yawuru people to sustain mabujunu liyan (good feeling) between our visitors and Yawuru people. We trust that you will all have a great time and enjoy the physical environment and cultural richness of the Broome area. We wish all visitors a safe and welcoming stay in Yawuru country.

Warany-jarri liyan yargarrgi. In Yawuru this means to agree with one spirit, one feeling and one mind. We believe once you have visited Broome, you will experience this spirit; this feeling and hold it always in your heart.

Galiya! (goodbye; see you soon)!

Restricted Travel in remote Aboriginal Communities (COVID-19)

The coronavirus (COVID-19) has the potential to do great harm to the Kimberley’s 221 remote Aboriginal communities. The residents of these communities are more vulnerable to COVID-19 than other Western Australians. To help protect our Aboriginal communities, there are strict travel restrictions in place. Fines of up to $50,000 may apply to anyone who breaches the restrictions. There are some Aboriginal communities that have been excluded from the restrictions. If you are unsure of what is and isn't open to the public, BEFORE YOU TRAVEL, please contact the COVID hotline — 13 COVID (13 26843) to be sure. Read more>

COVID-19 coronavirus: Controlled interstate border

WA is in a safe and sensible controlled border arrangement, based on public health advice. The controlled border arrangement provides a system for safe travel into WA from interstate, depending on where travellers have come from and who they’ve had contact with in the 14 days prior to travel. They are also subject to conditions, including completing a G2G PASS declaration prior to entry.

Visit for the latest updates

16 January 2022 - Masks required indoors in Perth and Peel from 6pm tonight (and those who have travelled from Perth. Peel or Rottnest Island from Jan 6)
13 January 2022 - New quarantine arrangements under WA’s controlled border
13 January 2022 - Proof of COVID-19 vaccination to expand state-wide from Monday 31 January
12 January 2022 - Northern Territory to move to 'extreme risk' from 12.01am Thursday, January 13
8 January 2022 - Northern Territory to move to ‘high risk’ under controlled border from 12.01am Sunday, 9 January.
5 January 2022 - Effective 12.01am, Saturday 8 January 2022, Tasmania and the Australian Capital Territory will transition to the ‘extreme risk’ category
1 January 2022 - Tasmania and ACT elevated to high risk under WA’s controlled border
30 December 2021 - Queensland and South Australia elevated to extreme risk under WA’s controlled border
24 December 2021 - QLD and SA to transition to ‘high risk’ from 12.01am Saturday
15 December 2021 - New South Wales will be elevated to an ‘extreme’ risk category from 12.01am Saturday, December 18 2021.
5 November 2021 - WA’s Safe Transition Plan to provide a soft landing out of pandemic
30 October 2021 - Based on health advice, approved travellers from low, medium, high and extreme risk jurisdictions will be required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 to enter Western Australia.

Broome Visitors Guide

Broome Visitors Guide

Our stylish magazine is filled with interesting articles about Broome and the Kimberley. Discover where to eat, shop and relax when you visit Broome.


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Broome Visitor Centre Festive Opening Hours

From all of the team at the Broome Visitor Centre we wish you a very Merry Christmas! Here are our festive opening hours.

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Discover the North-West & Coral Coast

Australia's North West covers regions such as the Kimberley, Broome, the Dampier Peninsula and the Pilbara. Covering one million square kilometres, the North West has striking landscapes, billions of years of history, Indigenous culture and outback experiences to remember. After experiencing the best of the North-West, we can guide you south into the Gasgoyne / Coral Coast region. Visit Exmouth, the UNESCO world heritage areas of Shark Bay and the Ningaloo coast (one of the longest near-shore reefs in the world), Denham, Monkey Mia and Kalbarri!


Dinosaur Fun at Shire of Broome Public Library

Tuesday, January 18
10:00am - 12:00pm

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Little Red Dragons Kids Club & Paspaley Plaza

Tuesday, January 18
2:30pm - 4:30pm

Short st & Carnarvon St, Broome, 6725

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Dinosaur Fun at Shire of Broome Public Library

Wednesday, January 19
10:00am - 12:00pm

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Wet T's at The Roey

Thursday, January 20
8:00pm - 11:30pm

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