Kimberly Klub YHA offers tourists the chance to see Broome's major attraction the 'Staircase to the Moon' . Enjoy the regular theme nights at the hostel. When Broome's annual horse race begins, hostel guests can enjoy a day of dressing up and racing. Massive new projector screen for international sport coverage.
At the hostel
FREE - Lounge by the pool
Relax in a lush tropical paradise by the pool on one of the loungers or jump in and cool off. With a poolside bar, you won't ever need to move!
FREE - Play volleyball
Grab some of your new hostel mates for a friendly (or competitive!) game of beach volleyball.
FREE - Grab a drink
Grab a drink or two with your new pals (or make some new friends!) at the hostel bar. You'll need a drink after a hot Broome day.
Visit Cable Beach, one of the most stunning beaches in the world with 22 kilometres of pristine white sand and pindan cliffs. Relax, swim in the crystal clear turquoise water, have a picnic or sit and watch the sun set over the ocean.
See the natural phenomenon Staircase to the Moon. For 2-3 days every month between April and October at very low tide, the moon reflects a 'staircase' on the water that leads up to the moon. Pop in at the local Staircase Markets at Town Beach!
Marvel at dinosaur footprints. Head out to Gantheaume Point to see the 130 million year old dinosaur footprints visible at low tide. This gorgeous location features the contrasting colours of deep pindan red cliffs and the beautiful turquoise ocean.
Explore the Dutch Flying Boat Wrecks, located off shore from Town Beach. The wrecks are evidence of the Japanese air raid on Broome during WWII. At extremely low tides the wrecks are visible to those who walk across the Roebuck Bay mud flats.
Walk the Streeter’s Jetty, the original jetty for the pearling luggers based in Broome. The jetty is located on Dampier Terrace and is still used to support vessels for modern day pearling and the occasional lugger.
Explore China Town. The main hub of Broome is also known as Chinatown, which wonderfully demonstrates the eclectic and diversity of this town’s history and population.