Reddell Beach, Broome

#9 of 13 in Parks in Broome
Beach · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
Favored by local dog owners and their four-legged companions, Reddell Beach is notable for its red cliffs and unusual rock formations that border the pristine stretch of white sand. Less than two minutes' drive from Gantheume Point--a reef famous for its dinosaur footprints--this secluded spot offers plenty of opportunities for paddling, picnicking, or simply lazing about and soaking up the sun. During high tide, you can observe the blue waters tinged with an ochre color as the ocean meets the red cliffs. If you decide to go for a swim, watch for strong underwater currents. A visit to Reddell Beach represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Broome trip builder to plot your vacation.
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  • Stunning secluded Broome beach. The bay was so pretty and tranquil. Lovely to swim in and the stones on the beach were fun and interesting.  more »
  • Just south of the town is this amazing beach. Red rocks, blue sea, white sandy beach, ancient dinosaur footprints visible at low tide - great for rambling, snorkling and relaxing. A sandy track gets.....  more »
  • Amazing beach, great place to snorkel, not so great road 4WD only. Kimberley Information & Travel Centre BROOME
  • Popular for getting away from crowds

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