Broome, Australia is in the northwestern portion of the continent. It is on the coast of the Kimberley zone. The Kimberley area is surrounded by the King Sound to west and the King Leopold Range to the east. It is a tableland made up of sandstone and basalt gashed by deep valleys, a jagged coastline and submerged basins. The ocean tides are unusual in their ebb and flow.
Broome, Australia is a haven for travelers going to the outback. The Great Northern Highway goes through Broome. If one travels north on the highway, it will take one to Wyndham. If one travels south, the highway wills take one to Perth.
Broome, Australia has all kinds of activities. One can hire an airplane flight over the Buccaneer Archipelago to the Gorges parallel to the Mitchell Plateau and Gibb River Road. On the shores of Roebuck Bay one can see roving Siberian shorebirds. There is a crocodile park with saltwater and Australian freshwater crocodiles. Gantheaume Point has reddish sandstone and aqua water. At the water's line is petrified dinosaur footmarks that are one hundred thirty million years old. There is the Staircase to the Moon which is a natural occurrence caused by a full moon climbing over the bottom of Roebuck Bay. It is a phantom vision of a staircase rising to the moon. This occurs in March through October for three nights every month in the period. There are sailing trips up the coast of the Kimberley tableland. One travels in a trimaran, a fast pleasure sailboat. Sailing on a trimaran is simple and requires no experience. There is diving, fishing, and swimming for anyone who wishes for other water sports.
Broome, Australia is an exotic and exciting place to visit and explore.