Broome, in the north-west of Western Australia, is between a vast red desert and turquoise sea with pristine beaches and some of the best fishing in the world.
It is a tropical paradise and world-class tourist destination, with a rich history and a rare diversity of wildlife. Long recognised as the Gateway to the Kimberley, Broome is hugely popular as a base to explore the remote region that contains some of the world's most spectacular and ancient landforms.
Against this background, an exceptional lifestyle and investment opportunity is unfolding adjacent to Roebuck Bay, in the heart of "Old" Broome.
The Oaks Broome is a 4.5 star resort comprising a mix of 174 apartments and hotel-style living located in this historic precinct, only a short stroll from the sparkling waters that produce the world's most sought-after pearls.
There are few places like Roebuck Bay. Tides have an enormous impact on daily lives; natural highlights on the calendar are the evenings to view the Staircase to the Moon. At full moon, the ripples on the intertidal mudflats are illuminated, creating a stunning illusion of steps as a stairway.
The first round of the Broome Racing Carnival commences on Saturday the 28th of May. This is the first of eleven meetings for the year which includes 2 in Derby. The Broome Races always attracts a large crowd of local and interstate visitors and is a "must do" whilst in Broome on holidays.