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A taste of Broome

With cuisine experiences, music and pictures created around the distinctive Indigenous culture of Broome, this monthly dinner and show will enrich your visit.

Pinctada Cable Beach Polo

The extraordinary sporting spectacle is free to watch on the beach, picnic- style, but VIP marquee tickets are also available.

Broome horse races

Embrace the racing season and watch the horses tear up dust in the Broome heat, before catching a free bus service home for the evening. Highlights include the Kimberley Cup, Ladies Day and Broome Cup.

Shinju Matsuri – Festival of the Pearl

This spectacular ten-day festival includes a long-table dinner, floating lantern events, stage shows, dance and more.

Mango Festival

Mango mania hits Broome for four days of madness, with mango juices, fresh mangoes, mango cakes, cocktails, jams and more.

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