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Perth and Western Australia Meeting Planners Guide : 2016-2018 Meeting Planners Guide
The North West Western Australia’s tropical North West is a vast and ancient wilderness of unsurpassed and untouched beauty. It is one of the world’s last true wilderness areas, a billion years in the making. At the change of season, the tropical rains transform the landscape where the once-dry riverbeds become raging rivers that create cascading waterfalls over spectacular red rocks. Touring and incentive ideas: • Broome - see dinosaur footprints, witness the unique staircase to the moon phenomenon, discover the town’s pearl diving history and eclectic cultural influences shaped by Japanese, Filipino and Malay pearl divers. • Ride the camels on the famous Cable Beach at sunset. • Cruise in five-star luxury through the thousand islands of Buccaneer Archipelago. • Glide over the horizontal waterfalls and ancient Bungle Bungle Range on a scenic flight. • Take a 4WD adventure and explore Mother Nature’s magnificent colours of the rugged Gibb River Road. • Do a tasting at Matso’s Broome Brewery – the Mango Beer is our favourite! • Go fishing for days on a North West fishing expedition. • Shop for stunning South Sea Pearls and sparkling Argyle diamonds – both local to the north west. Meeting and conference spaces plus accommodation Boasting a range of venues, from five-star beachside resorts to marquees set in an ancient landscape, Australia’s North West is well-equipped to handle all styles of conferences, meetings or events. • Cable Beach Club Resort and Spa is a popular choice for conferences, meetings and incentives. • Nearby Kimberley Sands Resort and Spa creates an elegant environment. • Newly renovated Mangrove Resort Hotel is the perfect spot to view Staircase to the Moon. • Many other accommodation options designed in the distinctive Broome style. Getting there Broome is the region’s main hub. Daily flights are available from Perth taking approximately 2.5 hours. Seasonal direct flights are also available from Darwin (2.5 hours) and Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane (4+ hours). Watching the sunset over the azure crystal clear Indian Ocean at Broome’s iconic Cable Beach is an experience no one ever forgets. 2016-18 Meeting Planners Guide