I’ll be performing my hit Comedy Hypnosis Show ‘Feelgood Factory’ in Broome on Friday 22 August.
But While I’m in Broome I can’t wait to check out my favourite spots/activities and maybe discover some new favourites!!

Here are my top 5!

Cable Beach Sunset

World famous for its 22 kms of white sand, stunning turquoise water and spectacular sunsets. My favourite ways to enjoy cable beach is either by taking a Sunset Camel Tour (with Broome Camel Safaris) or heading to Cable Beach Club Sunset Bar to sit back and enjoy the sunset, cocktail in hand.

Staircase to the Moon

As famous as Cable Beach, the ‘Staircase to the Moon’ is a natural phenomenon where the rising of a full moon reflects off the mudflats of Roebuck Bay in low tide. This creates the visual effect of a staircase rising to the moon and can be seen from March through to November.

Willie Creek Pearl Farm

Broome is known for the pearls and has a long (and interesting, if not dark) history of pearl production. Head out to Willie Creek Pearl Farm to find out how pearls are produced, cruise the waters and learn about the tidal flats of Broome and how this helps and affects pearl production, see oysters suspended in their natural environment. It makes for a fascinating day, and if at the end of it all you can resist securing a pearl of your very own to take home – you are much stronger than I am! Willie Creek Pearl Farm offers coach pick up from Broome or you can self drive if you have a suitable car.
While you are in the mood head back into Chinatown and check out the Pearl Luggers Tour, this is where you can really delve into the 150 years of pearling history in Broome, it’s utterly fascinating.

Matso’s Brewery

Can you even visit Broome without heading to Matso’s Brewery, Australia’s most remote brewery? Famous for it’s ginger beer, mango beer and chilli beer, worth visiting not just for a drink but also a great meal.

Gantheaume Point

Right at the end of Cable Beach where the red rock formations meet crystal clear blue water. The cliff section can be reached from a short stretch of un-sealed road. It’s a must visit when in Broome.

One more for good measure…

Go dinosaur hunting! Broome has the most diverse and numerous dinosaur tracks, now that’s something you can’t see everywhere!

Can’t wait to get to Broome to enjoy all the wonderful things to see and experience.

And if you get the chance – check out my show while you are in Broome.
Comedy Hypnotist Matt Hale’s Feelgood Factory

Friday 21 August 2020, Broome Civic Centre
CLICK HERE for tickets and more details.

Cheers! Matt Hale, Comedy Hypnotist