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Beaches of Broome

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3.8km from city centre - Show on Map
  • Perfect Location
  • Superb Staff
  • Fantastic Cleanliness
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

All rooms have comfortable quality beds, central aircon and accom rate includes buffet continental breakfast.... More...

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Cable Beach Backpackers

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3.7km from city centre - Show on Map
7.7
Very good 134
  • Wonderful Location
  • Excellent Cleanliness

Cable Beach Backpackers has BBQs, an on-site bar, a massive kitchen and a swimming pool, we're Broome's most fun classic budget backpackers!... More...

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Kimberley Travellers Lodge YHA Broome

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0.3km from city centre - Show on Map
8.6
Fabulous 58
  • Wonderful Location
  • Marvellous Staff
  • Excellent Cleanliness
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

Kimberley Travellers Lodge YHA Broome has a stunning oasis pool, sun deck for you to relax.... More...

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Roebuck Bay Backpackers

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0.2km from city centre - Show on Map
Free WiFi

"We are the biggest entertainment venue in Broome, with three bars, two nightclubs, a TAB, and a restaurant. We are also the ONLY accommodation right in the centre of town,"... More...

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A stunning beach town located along the West Coast of Australia, Broome is nothing short of special and it sure does offer something for every kind of traveller. The west coast of Australia is pretty special, and Broome brings its best game. An exquisite ‘picture-perfect’ beach – we’re talking 22 kilometres of white sand with romantic camel rides - puts the uniqueness and beauty of this town into perspective.

Broome backpackers hostels offer both private and dorm room options, catering to all types of travellers. For a fun, social atmosphere, choose a beachfront hostel with a pool and a buzzing bar that hosts regular barbecues and themed party nights. Or perhaps you’d rather chill out in a hostel with a waterfall pool, beer garden and fire pit? Whatever vibe you’re after, you’ll be able to find a Broome hostel to suit.

When choosing between our Broome hostels, you can either choose to stay close to the city centre or along the coast close to Cable Beach Road. Choosing a centralised hostel will allow you to be right in the middle of the action and within walking distance from the city’s attractions like famous museums and cinemas, plus the best nightlife and foodie spots. However, staying a bit further out might be the perfect option for those looking to enjoying a holiday getaway of relaxing along the beach and exploring the coast. Sunset seekers should opt for a hostel near Cable Beach Road, as it offers some of the most incredible sunset views you’ll ever encounter.

The land down under doesn’t disappoint when it comes to a variety of things to do. We’re talking unique wildlife, stunning beaches and adventure all crammed into one small beach town. Broome is home to the biggest known population of Snubfin dolphins, so make the most of these cute creatures and hop on an ocean cruise to get up close and personal with them. The romantics out there will love a stroll along Cable Beach on a camel’s back during sunset. Broome is the place to feed your curiosity about dinosaurs, with a Hovercraft tour that lets you witness some perfectly preserved dinosaur tracks. Adventure lovers will love exploring Horizontal falls via boat or seaplane. Those looking for a little R&R - Sun Pictures open-air cinema is the perfect spot to wind down after a long day of exploring. Not to mention that this small town packs a punch when it comes to nightlife - from cocktail pubs to live gigs, there’s something for everyone.

Walk, cycle, rent a car, take a bus or take a taxi to get around! There is a local bus service that runs 7 days a week. Walking and cycling are popular ways to explore the town and its beaches. You can find several outlets where you can hire bikes from in town. If you’re looking for a little more freedom during your explorations, why not round up a couple of your hostel mates and hire a car from one of the many hiring companies, to explore Broome on your own time.

We have 4 hostels in Broome with an average rating of 8.7 based on 793 reviews 4 of 4 properties available in Broome

About Broome

A stunning beach town located along the West Coast of Australia, Broome is nothing short of special and it sure does offer something for every kind of traveller. The west coast of Australia is pretty special, and Broome brings its best game. An exquisite ‘picture-perfect’ beach – we’re talking 22 kilometres of white sand with romantic camel rides - puts the uniqueness and beauty of this town into perspective.

Broome backpackers hostels offer both private and dorm room options, catering to all types of travellers. For a fun, social atmosphere, choose a beachfront hostel with a pool and a buzzing bar that hosts regular barbecues and themed party nights. Or perhaps you’d rather chill out in a hostel with a waterfall pool, beer garden and fire pit? Whatever vibe you’re after, you’ll be able to find a Broome hostel to suit.

When choosing between our Broome hostels, you can either choose to stay close to the city centre or along the coast close to Cable Beach Road. Choosing a centralised hostel will allow you to be right in the middle of the action and within walking distance from the city’s attractions like famous museums and cinemas, plus the best nightlife and foodie spots. However, staying a bit further out might be the perfect option for those looking to enjoying a holiday getaway of relaxing along the beach and exploring the coast. Sunset seekers should opt for a hostel near Cable Beach Road, as it offers some of the most incredible sunset views you’ll ever encounter.

The land down under doesn’t disappoint when it comes to a variety of things to do. We’re talking unique wildlife, stunning beaches and adventure all crammed into one small beach town. Broome is home to the biggest known population of Snubfin dolphins, so make the most of these cute creatures and hop on an ocean cruise to get up close and personal with them. The romantics out there will love a stroll along Cable Beach on a camel’s back during sunset. Broome is the place to feed your curiosity about dinosaurs, with a Hovercraft tour that lets you witness some perfectly preserved dinosaur tracks. Adventure lovers will love exploring Horizontal falls via boat or seaplane. Those looking for a little R&R - Sun Pictures open-air cinema is the perfect spot to wind down after a long day of exploring. Not to mention that this small town packs a punch when it comes to nightlife - from cocktail pubs to live gigs, there’s something for everyone.

Walk, cycle, rent a car, take a bus or take a taxi to get around! There is a local bus service that runs 7 days a week. Walking and cycling are popular ways to explore the town and its beaches. You can find several outlets where you can hire bikes from in town. If you’re looking for a little more freedom during your explorations, why not round up a couple of your hostel mates and hire a car from one of the many hiring companies, to explore Broome on your own time.