Via One Arm Point Road Broome, Western Australia 6725
Where a dinosaur left footprints, over 120 million years old and visible in low tide. Everyone knows Gantheaume Point in Broome, its charm does not end with the ancient footprints. The blue Indian Ocean bumps the rugged, fire-imitated color of the rocks. Photographers love this scene on their lenses, but an average traveler exploring Broome can quickly determine how stunning it is at first sight. Gantheaume Point is also a paddlers paramour, it's a different experience of kayaking out there and when the sun sets, orange softly fills the whole surrounding. Gantheaume Point is also famous for Anastasia’s Pool, a round pool hand-built by the lighthouse keeper for his wife Anastacia, suffering from arthritis. At high tide, Indian Ocean fills the pool, but there are are times when Anastacia's pool is dry.
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Phone: (+61) 08 9195 2200
Fax: (+61) 08 9192 2063
Email: [email protected]
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