A special part of the world
just waiting for you to explore
Mangrove Hotel is at the heartbeat of all the action. It’s a short stroll to the historic shopping mecca Chinatown and a five-minute drive to Cable Beach. Catch a show at the oldest outdoor cinema in the world, splurge on a Broome pearl souvenir and enjoy a camel safari on the white sandy shoreline.
The hotel is in the ideal location to start discovering the rugged wonderland of Western Australia’s North West Coast. Experience the region’s imposing fiery red cliffs, unearth genuine dinosaur footprints, reel in a Spanish mackerel off the coast and find a stretch of pristine beach all to yourself.
With so much to see and experience in Broome, it won’t be easy saying goodbye.
An experience for everyone
Staircase to the Moon at the Mangrove Hotel
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.
Chinatown is a delightful reminder of the early multicultural mix of people in Broome.
Located approximately six kilometres from town, this is a scenic area with red cliffs and turquoise water. In the sandstone at the water's edge are petrified dinosaur footprints over 130 million years old. For the benefit of visitors, a plaster cast of the tracks has been embedded at the top of the cliff.
Cable Beach is more than 22 kilometres long with beautiful white sand, washed clean daily by tides that can reach more than nine metres. The water is crystal-clear turquoise and the gentle swells hardly manage to topple over as they roll up onto the almost perfectly flat beach.
Recognised by the Guinness World Records, as the oldest open air cinema in operation, Sun Cinemas boasts an air-conditioned entertainment complex with twin cinemas, seating up to 377 people. Technologically, it rivals any of the best cinemas in Australia. It has a café and ample parking.
Broome Camel Safaris
Enjoy an unforgettable experience with Broome’s most loved camels.