Featuring Our World (Post#18) : Cable Beach – One of the Stunning Beaches in the World
Photos of the day are all about Cable Beach. It is a famous beach not only in Broome, but in Australia and to the world. It is the longest beach that I reached up to date. It is 22 km beach facing eastern Indian Ocean. And its name is historical because it came from the telegraph cable laid between Broome and Java in 1889 that made the town connected to the world. I visited the beach twice during sunset, it’s a perfect place to just relax and enjoy the fascinating sunset view. People enjoy the beach by swimming but be mindful on the signs if its closed due to stinger and crocodiles. These photos are part of Broome Sightseeing Tour October 2016.
Southern part of Cable Beach near Gantheaume Point
Northern part of Cable Beach where most people visited the area due to its proximity to hotels and accommodations and availability of restaurants and camel rides. Captured during Broome Walks after Willie Creek Pearl Farm Tour.