Rent a Campervan & Explore Broome
Broome is known as the pearling capital of Australia and boasts one of the world’s great beaches at Cable Beach. It has a tropical climate with two distinct seasons, "the wet season” staring from October to March and the “dry season” from April to September. Opting for campervan rentals in Broome is one of the hottest ways to get around, see Broome and explore Australia.
Broome- Things To Do And See With A Rented Campervan
Cable Beach – derived its name from the telegraph cable laid in 1889 connecting Broome with the rest of the world. Enjoy a camel ride along this stunning 22 km stretch of white sandy beach. Both sunrise and sunset tours can be arranged. At Gantheaume Point, southern end of Cable Beach you can find pre-historic dinosaur footprints and also watch out for dolphins and whales swimming in the Indian Ocean.
If you are fortunate to be in Broome between the months of March and October - you may experience the Staircase to the Moon, an optical illusion of stairs rising up to the moon. This occurs during 3 days of each month.
Willie Creek Pearl Farm – join the tour at this pearl farm located 38 km from Broome city Centre. This 4 hour tour will provide an insight into the modern cultured pearling process. You will learn the different processes from how to seed a live oyster, to harvesting and grading, that goes into producing a pearl. At the end of the tour, visit the showroom to purchase your very own ‘Australian South Sea Pearl’.
Rent a Campervan from Broome and explore the remote Kimberley region, including the many gorges and hiking trails along the Gibb River Road.
Visit the township of Derby- which is a little more than 200km from Broome. " If you want to visit the Buccaneer Archipelago (a cluster of more than 1000 rugged islands), a large number of cruise ships are easily available to you here. In addition to that, you can also experience the Horizontal Waterfalls- an amazing tidal feature where the water passes horizontally.
Geike Gorge National Park – located at the crossroad of the Oscar and the Geikie Ranges. This national park is easily accessible even in a 2WD campervan or vehicle. The Fitzroy River and the annual floods has created bleached white gorge walls – an attraction for both professional and amateur photographers. Camping at Geike Gorge National Park is not allowed but you will find picnic and BBQ areas and facilities.
El Questro Wilderness Park , which was previously a cattle station offers unique views of rugged ranges and gorges to the tourists visiting this place.
Argyle Diamond Mine – located in the East Kimberley region produces more than 1/3rd of the world’s diamond supply (more than 20 million carats a year). The very rare Argyle “pink” diamonds are mined here and you will be surprised to find that its price is many times the equivalent of a white diamond. You will have to book your guided tour of the mine from Kununurra.
Next on the itinerary is the Purnululu National Park and the Bungle Bungle Range. Many tour companies operating out of Kununurra offers guided campervan rental tours or flights into the area. If budget permits, we recommend a helicopter flight around area to view the imposing orange and black striped sandstone domes close up. On the ground you can also hire a guide to trek to the majestic Cathedral Gorge and Piccaninny Creek.
However, when it comes to renting a campervan in Broome, Aussie Campervan is always ready to help you with your Broome Campervan Rental requirements. We have a diligent and smart staff to understand your needs. We can also offer Broome motorhome rental and Broome 4wd camper rental at affordable prices.
Road Trip From Perth To Broome
Pick up your campervan from the Perth branch and head north on this touring route to Broome “the gateway to the Kimberley”. This place has so much to offer you.
Discover spire-like Pinnacles, swim and play on the pristine beaches at Coral Bay, experience beautiful coral reefs at Ningaloo and visit a number of national parks along the way. Added activities include swimming with the dolphins in Monkey Mia as come up close to the beach or learn more about the aboriginal culture in Karratha. End this exciting trip in Broome watching the sunset on Cable Beach as you enjoy drinks at the bar.
Day 1 - Perth to Cervantes - this 2.5 hour campervan drive north along the Indian Ocean Drive is very pleasant and scenic all the way. One must stop and visit the iconic Pinnacles (thousands of limestone formations) that rises from the ground. The area is easily accessible and you can drive around or embark on foot for a closer look.
Day 2 - Cervantes - this fishing village is a favourite holiday destination for fishing enthusiasts and also for Perth families looking for a weekend away from the city. If you are visiting in Spring (August to October) you will get to witness the colourful wildflowers including orchids. Renting a campervan would surely make you have fun to the fullest.
Day 3 - Geraldton to Monkey Mia
Day 4 - Monkey Mia - (world famous for the bottlenose dolphins that visit the shore each morning. Located in the Shark Bay World Heritage area this encounter with the dolphins is a truly wonderful experience. A must do activity when in Monkey Mia - swim out and hand feed the dolphins.)
Day 5 - Monkey Mia to Carnarvon
Day 6 - Carnarvon to Exmouth - (You will find the most vibrant turquoise water at the World Heritage listed Ningaloo Reef (world's largest fringing reef). This underwater paradise is close to the shore and one can swim and snorkel amongst the corals and enjoy the warm waters with the many marine wildlife (turtles, manta rays etc.) that visit the reef.
Day 7 - Exmouth to Karratha
Day 8 - Karratha to Port Hedland - (Stop your campervan over at the Spinifex Hill studio, to learn more about the Aboriginal artists and their artwork. One can also visit the Karijini National Park and for keen bushwalkers we suggest you trek along Dales Gorge or Fortescue Falls Track. There are also a number of designated camping areas for those looking to spend an evening or two at the park.)
Day 9 - Port Hedland to Broome
Day 10 - Broome - (After a long day’s drive you can park your campervan at one of the campsites in Broome. This is home to the South Sea pearls and a visit is not complete without a tour to Willie Creek Pearl Farm. Other activities include camel rides at Cable Beach and from March to October you can witness the phenomenon Staircase to the Moon.)