Broome only has two seasons; the dry season and the wet season. The dry season starts in April until November, when the skies are clear and the weather is pleasant. The wet season begins in December to March, bringing in high humidity, rain and more rain. If you are traveling during the wet season, don't forget your rain jacket as well as sunscreen. Be prepared for anything with What To Pack For Your Australian Self-Drive Holiday.
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Summer holidays start in mid-December to late January. There are also two week breaks between terms, in mid-April, early July and late September.
In Western Australia, the Queen's Birthday is celebrated on the first Monday of October and Labor Day is celebrated on the first Monday of March. Western Australia Day is observed on the first Monday of June. Read more on Public Holidays in Australia.
There is no contest here; the dry season has the best camping weather, with the warm days and pleasant evenings. Make sure you have a hat, sunscreen and some sunglasses when you're down at Cable Beach. It will also be a busy time, so it would be best to make early reservations on your campervan and accommodations. MyDriveHoliday has some of the best Caravan Parks In Broome.
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