First opening its doors in 1988, Cable Beach Club Resort and Spa has fast established itself as one of Australia's premium resorts. Its unbeatable location on beautiful Cable Beach merged with luxury villas and suites, and warm, friendly customer service make for an unforgettable Western Australia holiday.
Located in scenic Broome, the resort is close to local restaurants and amenities - if you ever want to stray from the endless luxuries of Cable Beach Club, that is. Directly in front of the resort is the beautiful of expanses of white sand and cerulean Indian Ocean water that is Cable Beach.
Cable Beach Club Resort boasts 221 suites, villas, studios and bungalows; each with varying degrees of luxury and privacy as well as views of rolling waves, sparkling pools or lush gardens. Whether you are travelling solo, as a couple, with friends or as a family, you will find accommodation to suit your needs here.
Cable Beach Club Resort and Spa offers guests a truly opulent range of facilities and services, ranging from Wi-Fi throughout the resort, to concierge services, childcare, free parking, a 24-hour reception, a library and a gift shop, amongst much more.
Food, drink & entertainment
Dining options are many in Cable Beach Resort and Spa; the resort is home to four restaurants, a cafe and a diner, as well as poolside and in-room dining options. Club Restaurant is an opulent, fine-dining establishment adorned with local artwork and prized artefacts for a truly special experience.
Sunset Bar & Grill offers a wide range of wines, cocktails, spirits and beers as well as a grill menu - what could be better than tucking into a juicy steak while watching the fabulous Indian Ocean sunset? Thai Pearl offers a traditional Thai menu, as well as delicious and unique Thai-inspired cocktails.
Zensai is Cable Beach Resort's very own pop-up restaurant, offering an intimate and exclusive Japanese dining experience to up to 30 guests on only certain nights of the week.
Sport, games & activities
Indulge yourself in a hair treatment or massage at Chahoya Spa, or take a moment to relax and reflect in the beautiful and tranquil Buddha Sanctuary Garden.
Couples can relax with a cocktail by the Ocean Pool - a free-form lagoon-style swimming pool which is open only to adults, while youngsters congregate around the lively family pool, which is surrounded by tropical gardens, a waterfall, and a spa - as well as both a water playground and a dry playground to keep the children entertained.
Kids of all ages will find themselves having a go at the resort's own mini-golf course, or playing a rousing match of tennis. Sporty types will be thrilled to find a fully equipped gym in the resort, or if you'd rather enjoy the natural scenery, take a jog along beautiful Cable Beach.
Cable Beach Club Resort and Spa offers a wide range of accommodation options for guests, from private studio rooms to indulgent and exclusive club collection villas and suites. Every room truly is different, with a different range of amenities, services, decor and views - though in any room you will be steeped in luxury. All rooms include a private veranda or balcony, Wi-Fi access, a mini bar, an in-room safe, climate control and an iron and board, as well as much, much more.
Taking up the entire western third of Australia, Western Australia is a smooth blend of beauty and culture. Fringed by stunning, white sand beaches and colourful coral reefs, and carpeted with combed, world-class vineyards and ochre expanses of outback, this is one little corner of the world that is just waiting for you to explore it.
Australia's sunniest capital city stands in the south-west of Western Australia, between the rolling turquoise waves of the Indian Ocean and the Darling Scarp. With countless restaurants, museums, art galleries, parks and guided tours, all wrapped up in a famously friendly attitude, it comes as no surprise that Perth was named the world's 9th most liveable city.
Lose yourself in this vibrant state and devour all that it has to offer. From guided tours around haunted old prisons in Fremantle, to surfing lessons in Margaret River and weekend trips to the famous Rottnest Island; visitors to Western Australia are offered a smorgasbord of once-in-a-lifetime experiences which will forever be happily inscribed into their memories.
Visits to Perth are best timed in spring (March - April) or autumn (October-November) to avoid both the summer heat and winter downpours. Temperatures in autumn and spring average in the high twenties during the day and rarely drop below ten degrees at night.
Western Australia leaves behind the fervent, touristy bustle of the east coast, and adopts a laid back attitude and a firm focus on the amazing beaches, beautiful sunsets, and thriving wildlife that the region boasts.
Animal lovers will be delighted with the range of activities that the state offers; take a trip to Perth Zoo or Caversham Wildlife Park, snorkel with playful, wild dolphins in Rockington or Monkey Mia, go on a scenic horse trail around Moore River or the Perth Hills, or scuba dive into the kaleidoscopic, teeming marine world of Ningaloo Reef.
For a sample of the region's pristine beaches - along with their water sports and surfing - relax on the 22km of sun, sea and sand at Cable Beach or visit Australia's whitest beach - Lucky Bay. Often find yourself lost in a desert island daydream? Bring it to life when you take a boat trip over to Penguin Island with a delicious picnic and a strong sense of adventure.
Those visiting Perth will be blown away by the fresh local flavours that the city's restaurants showcase. Try the region's world-class wines, increasingly popular boutique breweries, and highly-prized black truffles.
With more restaurants per capita than any other Australian city, you'll be spoilt for choice when sampling Perth's cuisine. As with many Australian cities, Perth's cuisine focuses on modern Australian tastes with authentic Asian influences. To enjoy a spectacular rose and gold sunset over Swan River while dining on a delicious 28-day aged sirloin steak, pay a visit to Bluewater Grill in Applecross, and for a special occasion, Print Hall Dining Room's understated elegance and award-winning, concentrated, perfected menu will delight even the pickiest of gourmet diners.
Margaret's River Wine Region hosts over 100 wineries, many of which are paired with restaurants serving world-class dishes to compliment and be complimented by their Sauvignon Blancs, Chardonnays and Shirazs.
Whether you want to party 'til dawn or wind down for another exciting day of sightseeing, Perth's nightlife will cater to your needs. Slip on those glitzy dancing shoes and totter down to James Street to throw some serious shapes in Perth's top nightclubs, or try your luck at roulette in the sleek rooms of Crown Perth Casino. For something a little more chilled out, take a picnic and a few cold beers and curl up under the twinkling stars on a huge, squishy beanbag in King's Park Moonlight Cinema. You'll find everything from Breakfast at Tiffany's, to The Rocky Horror Picture Show, to brand new feature films playing at this outdoor cinema. You're bound to find an excuse to visit during your stay in Perth!
It is your responsibility to ensure you have the correct travel insurance and vaccinations and / or special medication for your destination. Please consult your GP for advice at least one month ahead of travel. It is essential that you meet the visa and passport requirements for your chosen destination. Visit the Foreign & Commonwealth Office (http://www.fco.gov.uk) website for up to date entry requirements listed by country.