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Cable Beach

Listed under Beaches in Western Australia, Australia.

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The 22km of sand of Cable Beach that stretches past Broome will be recognisable to you from photos advertising Australia. This is where you can ride a camel along pristine white sand sandwiched between bright blue ocean and red desert.

For desk-bound beach fans try the ultimate dreaming tool - the Cable Beach webcam.

Broome is remote, all alone on this top section of the western coast, and it’s a great place to come to enjoy a slower pace of life. Historically it’s a pearl diving town, which adds to the romance. You won’t come just for the beach but it will impress you when you get there.

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