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Travel guide Cable Beach

As the Rhythm Runs
By ATDW Database

Contact: 9192 0497
Venue: Cable Beach Western Australia
Date(s): Sun 11 Aug 13
Stephen Scourfield's new novel set in the Kimberley, As the River Runs, is brought to life in a words-and-music performance, "As the Rhythm Runs." This event is an interpretation of the novel accompanied by William Yeoman's guitar, picking up the rhythm of the words.

High tea and beverages are included in the ticket price. Read more

Sentosa Fishing Charters
By ATDW Database

Contact: 9192 8163 or admin@sentosacharters.com.au
Sentosa Fishing Charters, the premier reef fishing charter company operating out of the Kimberley's most exotic town, Broome in Western Australia. Come and experience one of the most exhilarating adventures for anglers of any age, regardless of expertise. With up-to-date facilities including seating under cover for total comfort and shade, large covered fishing deck areas and clean full size toilets on both vessels. Modern tenders ferry you to and from the vessels, and all fishing equipment is serviced and maintained to a very high standard. Day fishing is conducted around various reefs within a 20 nautical mile radius of Broome, targeting species such as tuna, mackerel, blue bone, snapper, trevally, red emperor, coral trout and other reef fish. Qualified, friendly crew assist you thr... Read more

Buccaneer Archipelago
By Adrienne Costin

The Buccaneer Archipelago is a stunningly rugged area off the Kimberley coast in Western Australia, consisting of up to 1000 islands. The scenery is spectacular with secluded white sandy beaches, patches of rain forest, mangrove estuaries, plunging cliffs, indigenous rock art and hidden reefs that litter offshore waters. Situated approximately 2800 kilometres north of the Western Australian capital of Perth, its distant location has meant it has remained an unspoilt and remarkably pristine location to explore and experience. Tides of up to 11 metres are among some of the biggest in the world, and certainly the largest in Australia. In some places they are treacherously strong and unpredictable, surging up rivers and ripping through inland passages. These tides create such phenomena as... Read more

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