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Benji

Eating out in Broome WA

Haven't been to Broome for many years. What are the best places to eat at??

Last reply: 20th Oct 2012 / 9 replies / Post by Benji

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Anonymous

Posted by: Anonymous
Posted: 29th Oct 2011

says: have never been hea whats it like? Reply

Benji

Posted by: Benji
Posted: 30th Oct 2011

Benji says: Beautiful white beach, beautiful blue sea, camel rides at sunset, ex pearling port - google Broome Western Australia and see what you think!! Reply

Anonymous

Posted by: Anonymous
Posted: 8th Feb 2012

says: On the beach with a foldout table. Reply

randy

Posted by: randy
Posted: 14th Feb 2012

randy says: I have never been to Broome and I wander what its like Reply

randy

Posted by: randy
Posted: 14th Feb 2012

randy says: sorry I misread what benji was saying about Broome but it sounded very amazing Reply

randy

Posted by: randy
Posted: 14th Feb 2012

randy says: Well I have just googled Broome WA and gosh who would not go there, it looked so beautiful, the sunset picture was looked amazing and riding on the camels would be so funtastic What a beautiful place. Reply

Anonymous

Posted by: Anonymous
Posted: 20th Oct 2012

says: The whole Kimberley is booming. Building land is scarce as most of the land here is Aboriginal owned and can't be built on. Both renting or buying is expensive, very expensive, especially in Broome.

Actually, finding something at all can be a challenge during the busy time of the year.

On the other hand there is always plenty of work available. Many people move to Broome for the dry season or come to the Kimberley for seasonal work.

A hundred times as many tourists descend upon Broome every dry season, so everybody is scrambling for workers. Finding a job should not be a problem during the dry season.

Of course, it may be different for people who live a corporate lifestyle in the city and expect to do exactly the same kind of work up here. The Kimberley or Broome lifestyle is different and the high profile corporate jobs are not so plentiful. I depends what you are looking for.

The tourism and hospitality industry is obviously a big one in Broome and has plenty of openings during the dry season. But all shops and many other businesses look for extra staff for the dry. Such a job could tie you over until you find something more suitable, permanent.
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Anonymous

Posted by: Anonymous
Posted: 20th Oct 2012

says: The whole Kimberley is booming. Building land is scarce as most of the land here is Aboriginal owned and can't be built on. Both renting or buying is expensive, very expensive, especially in Broome.

Actually, finding something at all can be a challenge during the busy time of the year.

On the other hand there is always plenty of work available. Many people move to Broome for the dry season or come to the Kimberley for seasonal work.

A hundred times as many tourists descend upon Broome every dry season, so everybody is scrambling for workers. Finding a job should not be a problem during the dry season.

Of course, it may be different for people who live a corporate lifestyle in the city and expect to do exactly the same kind of work up here. The Kimberley or Broome lifestyle is different and the high profile corporate jobs are not so plentiful. I depends what you are looking for.

The tourism and hospitality industry is obviously a big one in Broome and has plenty of openings during the dry season. But all shops and many other businesses look for extra staff for the dry. Such a job could tie you over until you find something more suitable, permanent.
Reply

Anonymous

Posted by: Anonymous
Posted: 20th Oct 2012

says: The whole Kimberley is booming. Building land is scarce as most of the land here is Aboriginal owned and can't be built on. Both renting or buying is expensive, very expensive, especially in Broome.

Actually, finding something at all can be a challenge during the busy time of the year.

On the other hand there is always plenty of work available. Many people move to Broome for the dry season or come to the Kimberley for seasonal work.

A hundred times as many tourists descend upon Broome every dry season, so everybody is scrambling for workers. Finding a job should not be a problem during the dry season.

Of course, it may be different for people who live a corporate lifestyle in the city and expect to do exactly the same kind of work up here. The Kimberley or Broome lifestyle is different and the high profile corporate jobs are not so plentiful. I depends what you are looking for.

The tourism and hospitality industry is obviously a big one in Broome and has plenty of openings during the dry season. But all shops and many other businesses look for extra staff for the dry. Such a job could tie you over until you find something more suitable, permanent.
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