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Cable Beach Restaurants – Treat Your Taste-buds and Awaken Your Senses

Cable Beach located 6 kilometres from the pearling town of Broome in Western Australia amalgamates the country’s rugged desert outline with the gorgeous waters of the Indian Ocean. Awaken your senses as you enjoy the gorgeous white sand beaches and indulge in local favourites at the unique restaurants in Cable Beach. A romantic weekend getaway or fun family holiday would be just perfect if you decide to stay at the Oaks Cable Beach Sanctuary.


This luxurious resort boasts its own Cable Beach Restaurant open for breakfast lunch and dinner. Serving local favourites and fresh seafood the restaurant is just one aspect of the hotels comforts. Choose to stay in self-contained studios, apartments or 3 bedroom villas with private pool, all centrally placed just minutes from the sandy shores of Cable Beach and 10 minutes from Broomes town centre. Special rates are available for long stays of 28 days or more at this sanctuary offering you an infinity pool, kiddie’s pool and many more facilities.


Cable Beach is a testimonial to Broomes pearling history, known as the pearling capital of Australia this town offers camel rides on the beach, pearl diving and an array of mouth-watering cuisine.


Restaurants on Cable Beach are diverse and varied, choose to dine at historical restaurants such as the ‘Pump House’ located on Lake Kununurra while some of the resort restaurants promise the exotic tastes of Barramundi and Pearl Meat.


Couples looking for some privacy and romance will love the chalet restaurants located on the beach or enjoy Cable Beaches spectacular sunsets from the open air bar and grill restaurants. Savour the best Australian wines, enjoy good food, unwind relax and discover the magic of Cable Beach.


Intrigued by history, art and food, Shazzana Hamid is a writer who is passionate about the extraordinary. Disguised as Lavinia Woolf she writes of the exhilarating and enchanting.


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