Cable Beach Australia is one of the most popular beaches in Western Australia. Nonetheless, at almost fourteen miles long, it is rarely crowded like the urban beaches in Sydney. This is an extraordinary unspoiled stretch of sand that benefits from is remote location. But it can be quite crowded at certain times, especially in the southern hemisphere’s winter, mid-June to mid-August. If you want to come at this time, you should make your arrangements in advance. Additionally, when to go if you want to spend a lot of time in the water is not during the wet season of November to March when your Cable Beach vacation can be marred by the stinging box jellyfish that are present in the coastal waters during this period.
This beach in Broome Australia is located in a very remote area. It is backed, quite literally by the desert Outback. The town is very small, but there are a number of Cable Beach hotels and charming bed and breakfast inns. This is a rapidly growing area, so new beach resorts are being built all the time. One of the Cable Beach hotels that is closest to the water is the Cable Beach Resort. It does have its own stretch of beach, a number of dining spots, and is one of the beach hotels that can assist you with sunset camel rides on the beach as well as tours of the Aboriginal areas by four-wheel drive vehicle—the best transportation in this region.
The things to do on your Cable Beach vacation include everything from snorkeling to attending the “opera under the stars” at the beach amphitheater. There are four-wheel drive tours to discover the rich Aboriginal history of the region. There is skydiving, surfing, and fishing. The far northern part of the beach is one of region’s most popular nude bathing beaches. Cable Beach Australia can be reached by air primarily from the airports at Darwin, Alice Springs, Perth, and Port Hedland.