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Kimberley Bushtucker Liqueurs – A Taste of Broome

  • Posted by Casey on 20 May 2016

When you are presented with the opportunity to try something a little bit different, you have to jump on it in my opinion. Too many people stick to their same old Sauvignon Blanc or Merlot night in and out without really seeing what else is out there. It’s a darn shame if you ask me, because from wine to liqueur to food – there are so many weird and wonderful products on the market and some you may only get to try once in a lifetime.

So when I received a lovely gift from Broome last year, I was over-the-moon to try something so rare and unique. The lovely delivery man dropped off a fairly heavily rectangle box postmarked Broome. My intrigue got the better of me and I had to open it there and then at my desk in the office.

What lay before me were 4 absolutely gorgeous heart shaped glass bottles with a rather interesting looking liquid inside. Knowing who had sent me these treats, I knew the liquid would be some form of alcohol! Being a wine blogger, my liquor normally doesn’t come in this form but as mentioned – I’m always up for trying something new + I knew those heart shaped bottles would make perfect vases after the inside was consumed!

Extra Qantas flights to Broome

  • Posted by on 8 February 2016

Extra Qantas Flights for Broome this 'dry' season!

Qantas announced last week the inclusion of a third direct flight between Melbourne and Perth this year. Direct flights between Melbourne and Broome re-commence on Sunday 20th March, the regular Wednesday service will start on the 4th May, and a new Friday service will be available from 3rd June. This means that during the peak months Broome will have direct flights to cities on the East Coast 5 days a week, with services to Brisbane and Sydney also set to resume in the coming months. With Broome being a gateway for visitors coming to the Kimberley, this will have flow-on benefit to the tourism sector across the region so please let your clients know. Extra 

The tourist season is not over in Broome!

  • Posted by on 6 October 2015

As the weather warms up in the Kimberley, some prospective visitors think that the region has closed down.  Yes, the weather is getting very warm in some areas; yes, accommodation along the Gibb River Road and the Bungle Bungles is now closed or about to close for the season, but there is still many tour operators who are still offering their tours.

Visiting Aboriginal Communities on the Dampier Peninsula

  • Posted by Best Of The Kimberley on 14 August 2015

Visiting Aboriginal Communities and Outstations on the Dampier Peninsula:

Staircase to the Moon 2016 dates & times

  • Posted by on 6 July 2015

Broome's "Staircase to the Moon" is a natural phenomenon which is created when the full moon reflects of the rivulets of water in Roebuck Bay at extremely low tides on just a few days each month.  This natural event occurs between March and October most years, but tidal influences can extend this event until November at times.

The secrets to saving money for travel revealed!

  • Posted by on 8 May 2015

Most of us want to escape the every day and spend more time travelling, but life seems to get in the way....along with the lack of cash!

10 Cool Things to do in Kununurrra

  • Posted by on 7 May 2015

The town of Kununurra is located in the eastern Kimberleyand is the gateway to Western Australia from the Northern Territory - or vice versa!  The scenery surrounding this town is stunning and you will want to explore and find out what makes this fascinating town tick!

Broome's Sun Pictures cinema

  • Posted by on 1 May 2015

Going to the movies at Broome's Sun Pictures has been a regular outing for residents and visitors since 1916!  This fascinating part of Broome's history is well worth the visit and to step back into time.  Below is the history of the world's oldest operating picture gardens.

Cane Toads

  • Posted by on 30 April 2015

Cane toads were introduced to Queensland in 1935 and are now major environmental pests in Western Australia, significantly impacting on our biodiversity and ecosystems.

Be Crocwise

  • Posted by on 23 April 2015

With many people embarking on self drive journeys through the Kimberley and Top End, being aware of some of the natural dangers can make your travels safe and more enjoyable.  The WA Department of Parks and Wildlife have prepared some simple Crocwise information and tips for your waterway safety.