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This has to be by far the best place in Australia to see, and find out about, the migratory waders that gather in Roebuck Bay prior to migration to the northern hemisphere.
The accommodation is basic - run by voluntary contributions, with the focus on...More
Response from Broome B, Manager at Broome Bird Observatory
Thank you very much for your review. We are very glad to hear you enjoyed the recent Wave the Waders Goodbye course at the BBO.
Kind regards, Nigel.
We stayed at the Broome Bird Observatory as my 9 year old daughter who loves birdwatching wanted to stay there for her birthday. The camp hosts were very friendly and the bush camp site was lovely. The amenities were very interesting full of frogs and...More
If you want Caravan Park style camping then go into Broome. The BBO is set up for tents and camper trailers ie small sites, no on tap water and no power. However this is just the way we like it. Clean facilities that you share...More
Really enjoyed ourselves here. The staff were great and the bird drive /tours were excellent!! Although the cabins were of basic standard, they were clean and the shade house offered a wonderful vantage for watching birds and wallabies drinking on the property. Close to the...More
Stayed at the BBO for a week on one of their birding courses with 7 other people. The BBO is run by a warden and 2 assistant wardens plus some volunteers. Accommodation is either in a bunkhouse style (see photo) or on un-powered camp sites....More
US$ 35 - US$ 103 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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