Cable Beachside Villas


The villas are located a short 400m walk from the world famous Cable Beach. Enjoy a stunning Broome sunset or a day at the beach to remember.

Only a short 10 minute stroll to restaurants, cafes and bars, we are on the local bus route for a trip into town.

Broome and the Kimberley have so much to offer and things to do – from cultural tours, sunset cruises, fishing charters, whale watching, kayak tours, flights, pearl farm tours – the list is endless. It’s recommended to plan your trip before you arrive. We can offer recommendations and free booking service for tours in advance.

Close by and for the more adventurous, tucked behind Cable Beach, the conservation area of Minyirr Park has a network of well-marked walking trails winding through its striking red sand dunes. The 500-metre one-way Nagula Walk Trail winds through dunes to reach a more isolated section of Cable Beach and is perfect for those looking for a route away from the crowds. More experienced walkers will love the Minyirr Park Trail, a 10.8-kilometre return trip with stunning views of sea and land. Keep your eyes peeled for native flora and fauna including the red-winged parrot, lizards, snakes and ghost crabs and the spectacular green bird flower.

Dining Options

Cable Beachside Villas is conveniently located within walking distance to restaurants, bars and cafes.
Below is a sample of what’s nearby, or ask us for more suggestions.
Divers Tavern

Phone: 9193 6066

Zookeepers Broome
Phone: 9192 0015
The Wharf Restaurant

Phone: 9192 5700

Spinifex Brewery

Phone: 6154 0866

Cable Beach House

Phone: 9193 5090

Millie’s Cafe
Phone: 9192 2066

Occasionally food trucks on Cable Beach Road – outside the Old Croc Park.

  • Millie’s Cafe – Cable Beach Caravan Park– great for brekkie/coffee (closed Saturdays)

Local Things To Do

There are many tours on offer and lots of interesting things to see and do in Broome. Our reception has many tour brochures to browse, we have outlined some popular options below and some other suggestions for things to do.

If you haven’t already booked in your activities for your trip, we do recommend booking in early as a lot of tours may be number dependent, tide dependent, or sold out in advance.
Soar in a seaplane, experience the horizontal waterfalls in a cruise boat and soak up the amazing surrounds in Talbot Bay.
Explore the best of Broome with passionate local experts through carefully crafted tour itineraries.
Explore Broome’s warm turquoise waters, discovering diverse bird and marine life and cruising past spectacular coastal scenery.
Everything you ever wanted to know about pearls, including culturing, harvesting, and why Broome pearls are world famous for their size and lustre.
Experience tours from Broome to visit the beautiful white sands of Cable Beach, breath-taking Windjana Gorge, rugged Dampier Peninsula and much more!
Get an insight into the fascinating history of pearling in Cygnet Bay and how we cultivate some of the most sought-after and beautiful pearls in the world. Enjoy one of the many boat tours on offer from Cygnet Bay.

Other Things to see and do in Broome

Broome is home to a vast array of art galleries specialising in local and indigenous art.

Situated overlooking beautiful Roebuck Bay on Hamersley Street is the site of Broome’s War Memorial. The park features an array of memorabilia, including a replica of one of explorer William Dampier’s sea chests and an old train coach once used on a railway that connected the original jetty at Town Beach to Chinatown.

The only 18 hole fully grassed course in the Kimberley Open to the public. Spectacular views over Broome. Hire clubs, club house facilities 18 hole competition on Saturdays.  Also great for a drink or meal with a view (check for opening times)

A delightful reminder of the early multi-cultural mix of people in Broome. Take a wander through the original commercial centre of Broome, which was once the bustling hub of pearl sheds, billiard saloons, entertainment houses and Chinese eateries. Chinatown is now home to some of the worlds finest pearl showrooms, along with a variety of retail outlets. Sidewalk cafes add a splash of colour to the pavements.

Mr. Tokuichi Kuribayashi, originally from Nippon Pearl Company, Tokyo, Mr. Hiroshi Iwaki and Keith Francis Dureau from Pearl Prop. Ltd. were pioneers in the cultured pearl industry in Broome. The three lifesize statues are display on Napier Terrace in Chinatown.
Admire two fully restored original pearling luggers The Sam Male and the DMcD were both built here in Broome and are two original pearling luggers remaining in Broome. A beautifully restored and heritage listed Old Pearler’s Quarters can also be seen on Upper Dampier Terrace.
Broome’s water link to the world. Built to replace the old jetty near Town Beach, this massive structure can accommodate large cargo and cruise ships at any tide (which can run 10 metres!) The wharf is a popular fishing spot and is open to the public except during cargo operations. Located at the end of Port Drive.
This life size statue of the Hard Hat Pearl Diver adjacent to the Cultured Pearling Monument in Chinatown, was erected in 1999 to pay tribute to the role that the Hard Hat Diver played in establishing Broome as the centre of the world’s pearling industry in the early 1900’s. These early Pearl Divers came from diverse cultural backgrounds, and this resulted in Broome being exempted from the White Australia Policy, making the town a pioneer of multiculturalism in Australia. Around 50 of these divers along with many of their ancestors still reside in Broome today.
Balancing the memory of those who died in the air raids, Broome’s Japanese cemetery is a poignant reminder of the Japanese contribution to Broome and pearling. The cemetery is the final resting place for over 900 Japanese pearl divers. Large sandstone rocks have been used in the headstones and inscribed in Japanese, and alongside, the Chinese cemetery is the resting place for members of Broome’s Chinese community. Situated on Port Drive.
The 3.4km one-way Jetty to Jetty trail shows Broome’s rich cultural history. Its mainly flat, mostly paved paths that run in a meandering way to take in important sites between Streeters’s Jetty and the old Jetty.

Broome boasts a modern library situated in the Civic Centre gardens on Hamersley Street. Visitors welcome to borrow books. Check hours on

As the home of some of the most precious pearls in the world, Broome has a good selection of pearl shops catering to all budgets, found mainly along Dampier Terrace.
A spectacular stretch of beach is an ideal area to observe the red pindan cliffs of the Broome peninsula. It was named after Captain Riddell who was murdered by his crew after a mutiny in 1899. A great spot for swimming and picnicking.
This natural phenomenon is caused by a full moon rising over the exposed mudflats of Roebuck Bay at extremely low tides, creating a beautiful optical illusion of a staircase reaching to the moon. Occurs March to October for 3 nights every month. Great locations to view the Staircase include the outdoor bar at the Mangrove Hotel and Town Beach. Staircase Markets take place during most staircase dates at Town Beach, and feature a great selection of foods and crafts.
Recently restored, the original jetty for the pearling luggers based in Broome. The jetty is still used to support vessels for modern day pearling and the occasional lugger. Located on Dampier Terrace, at the end of Short Street.

Officially opened in 1916, it is believed to be the oldest operating picture garden in the world. This unique indoor/outdoor theatre has withstood the ravages of war, cyclones and king tides. Housed in the foyer is an excellent display of movie memorabilia. Taking in a movie under the stars at Sun Pictures is a must do when visiting! Located in Chinatown. Current movies are shown every night. Check for information.

You can admire the Broome sunset while picnicking at the grassy foreshore park or sipping on a cocktail at Zanders beachfront bar. You can also head north of the rocks to enjoy the view while perched atop a camel. Or if you feel like capturing a silhouette shot of a procession of camels, take your trusty camera and watch tourists travel down the coast.
Ideal relaxing picnic and swimming spot located at the end of Robinson Street. Natural children playground. Also a great spot to watch the Staircase to the Moon and enjoy the Staircase Markets. During peak season, night markets are held every Thursday, 4pm-8pm.
Standing as a silent legacy to those who lost their lives, and the impact on our community, nine aluminium figures stand less than 2KMs from and looking out to, the site of the wreck of the Catalina FV-N. 9 Zeros, 9 Stories is a collaboration between two artists, Perth-based Paula Hart and Broome local Chris Maher that aims to reveal and enhance the history & curiosity of the many perspectives of the Broome Air Raid story
Offering a touch of local culture, you will learn of the unique role the sea and river systems of the Kimberley have played in the life of the local indigenous communities on a guided cultural walk and excursion through Minyirr Park, a natural coastal area covering both land and sea. Minyirr park can be experienced through the walk trails in the Cable Beach dunes. Nagula (Blue – to the ocean) Look for the Goolil (turtle) trail marker. Approximately 20 – 30 minutes of walking Lurujarri (Green – through the dune system) Look for the Irrigil (boomerang) trail marker. Approximately 3 hours from Cable Beach to Gantheaume Point Minyirr (Pindan – through the bush) Look for the footprints of the Marala (emu man) trail marker. Approximatley 2 hours walking from end to end.