Cable Beach WA is located in Broome and the greater Kimberley region in the North West of Australia,
Broome Cable Beach best known for its amazing sunsets and 22 kilometers of white sand, but alot of people don't know how Cable beach Broome came to get its name. Cable Beach was actually named after the telephone cable that was laid between Java and Broome Western Australia back in 1889, it was this cable that opened up Australia to the rest of the world at this time.
Broome Cable beach is on everyone's 'must do' list when traveling to or through the Kimberley region, and on first inspection is not hard to see why. From riding the camels that walk up and down each morning and evening to grabbing a cocktail at the Sunset Bar and Grill, Cable beach Broome has a vibe and atmosphere that could please the most dis-earning travelers.
STAY ON BROOME CABLE BEACH WA
If you are looking to stay on Cable beach the only option that is located on the beach is the Cable Beach Resort Broome, the Cable Beach resort is one of the earliest established accommodation options, first established by Lord Mcalpine and welcomed its first guests in 1988.
Lord Mcapline was rumourded to have secured the large plot used for the Broome accommodation cable beach in a game or cards with a contract signed on the back of a beer coster at the long standing Roebuck bay hotel.