Broome Museum
Information: The Broome Historical Society speaks through photographs, subject albums and visual displays at the Museum to provide visitors with an understanding of Broome from its rough and ready early days to its emergence as a World Centre for cultured pearling. Broome was the first truly multicultural district in Australia; Aboriginal, Japanese, Chinese and Europeans have all contributed to Broome.s very diverse cultural history and the Museum, in its exhibits and its albums reflects this richness. Visitors will learn about . Pearling and Luggers, Exploitation and Exploration, Adventures, Hardships and Mateship, Asian and Europeans; Riots, Shipwrecks and Missing Diamonds; and Japanese attack on Broome in World War 2. The Museum is open daily from 10am to 1pm between November and May. Opening hours from June to October are 10am to 4pm weekdays and 10am to 1pm weekends.
Phone: 08 9192 2075
Fax: 08 9192 3114
Address:

67 Robinson Street
Broome WA 6725

Website: admin@broomemuseum.org.au
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