Coel slices up the oyster and offers me a squishy morsel. It tastes like the missing link between abalone and scallop.
People in Broome have grown to love a population of snubfin dolphins that have settled right on their doorstep.
The famous Cable Beach is just one of the highlights to be found in this remote WA town.
Relaxing resorts, endless beaches and wondrous adventure are abundant here, so go forth!
The mass migration of the area's shore birds is a V-shaped sight to behold.
This part of Western Australia's far north – where the desert meets the sea – is sometimes called "the Dinosaur Coast".
Way before drive-ins, the al fresco movie thing was happening in a somewhat unlikely locale.
Broome is possibly more multicultural than any other small town in Australia, with a dining culture to match.
Slung far away in Australia's northwestern corner, Broome is a unique destination. Start at Cable Beach, the highlight of any trip, and catch a ride on a camel as the sun sets over the Indian Ocean turning the sky a brilliant red. Head inland on an adventure through the Kimberleys, or just take it easy in one of the many resorts and enjoy a sundowner with the locals.