Broome supports a flourishing pearling industry which operates around the Kimberley coast. Some of the major farmers are Paspaley Pearls, Clipper Pearls, Broome Pearls and the Willie Creek Pearl Farm.

Broome International Airport provides transport to several regional and domestic towns and cities.

Although it is in the tropics, Broome technically has a low-latitude semi-arid climate (BSh). Like most parts of the Australian tropics, it has two seasons: a dry season and a wet season. The dry season is from May through November with nearly every day clear and maximum temperatures around 30 degrees Celsius. The wet season extends from December through March, with maximum temperatures of around 35 degrees Celsius, rather erratic tropical downpours, and high humidity. Broome's annual rainfall average is 550 mm, 75% of which falls from January through March.


21 °C

Clouds, scattered clouds

Wind3.09 m/s
Cloudiness40 %
Temperature (min/max)21/21 °C
Pressure1014 hpa
Humidity100 %
Last update: 23 Jul 2021 @ 21:05

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