A brilliant 14 mi (22 km) of unspoiled white sand and turquoise waters, Cable Beach is a sun-lover's paradise.
Even during the busiest time of year (‘the dry’ – May through to November) it is guaranteed that you will find a secluded spot to lay your towel.
The beach is almost perfectly flat and the water gently laps the shore, making it a perfect place for swimmers of any ability or those that want to walk along the beach soaking up the beauty. From shore you can see the occasional pearling boat still at work in the industry that supported Broome before tourists discovered this unspoilt gem.
Cable Beach is also famous as having one of Australia's most well known nudist beaches. The beach is to the north of the car park just south of Willie Creek.
It is easy to reach Cable Beach by car, there is a good paved road right to the car park. The Broome Bus also has a stop at Cable Beach and no doubt there will be a stop nearby your hotel in this tiny town.