With growing concerns over COVID-19, the Shire of Broome is endeavouring to keep the community updated with the latest news. For more information click below:
Links to resources around Arts and Culture in Broome.
The Library is available to all members of the community and is well stocked with over 22,000 volumes.
Services for the Shire of Broome community.
Learn more about upcoming events and book venues here.
The Parks and Gardens Department maintains 37 parks, playgrounds and reserves and 53 roundabouts and traffic islands around the town.
Public Health and Safety information including cyclone and emergency management, food safety and mosquito control.
Rangers manage services around animals, bushfires, infringements, litter, vehicles and camping.
Parks and gardens, beaches, Broome Recreation and Aquatic Centre, sports and leisure.
Access and inclusion, citizenship and safety and crime prevention.
COVID-19 Community Support Package
Improved boating facilities are required to address safety and access issues in Broome and these improvements have been requested by the Broome Community over many years.
The Shire of Broome undertook a Community Perceptions Survey recently to gauge residents' thoughts on our town.
The Community Safety Forum was developed following the results of the Shire’s Community Perceptions Survey - with public safety the number one issue highlighted by respondents.
Shire of Broome
Cnr Weld and Haas Street
Broome, Western Australia, 6725
PO Box 44 Broome 6725
Ph: 08 9191 3456
Website : Website Feedback Form
The Shire of Broome acknowledges the Yawuru people as the native title holders of the lands and waters in and around Rubibi (the town of Broome) together with all native title holders throughout the Shire.
We pay respect to the Elders, past, present and emerging, of the Yawuru people and extend that respect to all Aboriginal Australians living within the Shire of Broome.
Broome Civic Centre
Broome Online Directory
Intramaps Online Mapping