The Lexus Melbourne Cup Tour is one of the most important initiatives of the VRC and since its inception in 2003, the three-handled Cup has travelled far and wide across Australia and the world, travelling over 900,000 kilometres, visiting more than 590 destinations, engaging with tens of thousands of people and raising hundreds of thousands of dollars for local fundraising initiatives. In August 2023, the tour visited Broome.
Staircase to the Moon is a natural phenomenon which occurs when a full moon rises over the exposed tidal flats of Roebuck Bay. The Staircase to the Moon happens 2 - 3 days a month between March and October in Broome, Western Australia.
The Journey Down is an animated and vibrant celebration of dance, song, projections and otherworldly sound coming together to transform an old bush wreck into a travelling canvas of story and culture. This free event comes to Broome Saturday, September 2nd at the Cable Beach Amphitheatre as part of Shinju Matsuri.
Broome Rodeo Club brings all the excitement, action, thrills and spills of a country Kimberley rodeo. Gates will open at 2.30pm on Friday the 18th of August for the 2023 Broome Rodeo! Giddy up and get your tickets online now!
A Taste of Broome Festival 2023 promises to delight the senses and allow you to experience the best of Broome’s local food, culture, art, performance, music, theatre and film over three days, August 24-26.
Theatre Kimberley is delighted to present the return of The Shorebird Quest, which celebrates the migratory shorebirds of Yawuru Nagulagun / Roebuck Bay. Watch as hundreds of illuminated puppets light up the mudflats under the Kimberley night sky, with storytelling, dance and original music performed by local musicians, and Broome school and community choirs.
A solar eclipse will be visible in Broome on Thursday 20th April, at approximately 11.52am, as the Moon covers a large portion of the Sun, so this will be a spectacular sight! We have some local events to help you get into ECLIPSE MODE including a day cruise experience and free community event at Town Beach.
Events held on March 2 and 3 will include the centrepiece Commemoration Service at the Beford Park War Memorial attended by dignitaries including Ambassador of Netherlands in Australia Marion Derckx, Consul-General of Japan in Western Australia Naito Yasushi, and British Consul General in Western Australia Tina Redshaw.