Cable Beach, Broome

by Katrin
(North Queensland)

Cable Beach, Broome

Cable Beach, Broome

I have been to Broome on a few different trips and it was lovely - bright blue waters, red rock formations and the endless, sandy Cable Beach.

You'd think world famous beaches get crowded, but not Cable Beach - you can enjoy that beautiful beach totally free from crowds :-)

It's also great for families as all the amenities, including food outlets, are close-by, and of course, the beach is watched by life guards.

The only thing, they do get stingers during the summer months.

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Now that's one great looking beach Katrin.

Australian beaches are the best!

In Melbourne we are lucky, the jelly fish down here are not scary...

# Lions Mane....itchy rash
# Blue Blubber...itchy rash
# Moon...harmless
# Southern Tailed...harmless

Thanks for sharing with us.

Regards,
Marylyn(SuperNan/Nannie CanDo)

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Cable Beach is the Best of all Beaches
by: Chris

You are right Katrin Cable Beach is just great and having enjoyed it a number of times I would recommend it to anyone, any time of the year.

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