Cable Beach is an iconic location in The Kimberley – there’s the red red sand, holiday atmosphere and the camel rides. After improvements at Broome’s Town Beach and Chinatown, travellers and locals can look forward to a $36.5 million foreshore redevelopment at Cable Beach.
The master plan includes a whole new promenade, entry with public art and gardens, waterplay area, event space and beach access options – and it is all likely to start in March to May 2023.
Upgrades are planned for the amphitheatre, carpark as well as renovations for Broome Surf Lifesaving Club.
All of this means better public access to the foreshore – and increasing ocean views! Coastal erosion management is also considered with a buried seawall.
Construction will begin in October for a huge ale house. Adam Barnard, CEO of Spinifex Brewing Company, says the brewery will complement the plans for Cable Beach Redevelopment.
They will brew only low and mid-strength beers to drink on-site, and it will be steam fired. A packaging facility for Gubinge and Boab Aboriginal bush foods is planned, too.
Also included are an extensive landscape and lawn areas, large playground, productive Gubinge forest and giant outdoor LED screen and stage for the 400 + capacity family friendly venue!
Due to open late 2023, Cable Beach Alehouse will be located just 100 metres from the proposed Caravan Park.
At $64 million, the state of the art caravan park, key worker and over 55s village will be constructed over three years.
Plans for the Sanctuary Road Caravan Park include 286 tourist sites for caravans, camping and cabins; 56 park home sites for long stay key work accommodation, 35 park home sites for over 55s and 43 long stay caravan sites. In total, 420 sites for tourist accommodation and relocatable housing.
The 13.5 hectares development will help address housing shortages in Broome.
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