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Mangrove Resort, The, Broome

Overlooks Roebuck Bay, one of the most beautiful turquoise bays in the world. Just out front William Dampier is said to have buried his treasure. Look hard enough and you’ll find it. Everybody does at The Mangrove.

Its geographical significance is remarkable. On one of Broome’s only natural rises, The Mangrove’s views are both select and sensational.

The Mangrove Hotel is the perfect holiday, wedding, honeymoon, business or conference destination. Beautifully lush, tropical gardens featuring two swimming pools and spas soak in every ray of the rich Kimberley sun, whilst the world quietly revolves around you.

Air-conditioned suites are tastefully appointed to blend with The Mangrove’s surrounds and should you wish, the heart of Broome is just a five minute stroll.

First class bars, restaurants and function centres are all designed to take in The Mangrove’s awe inspiring views.

Your visit may coincide with the magical “Staircase to the Moon”, a beautiful natural phenomenon best viewed from The Mangrove Hotel, accompanied by uniquely “Broome style” entertainment. The enchanting memory of a “Staircase” at The Mangrove will stay with you long after you have left Broome.

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