Town Beach also has a white sand beach, cafe, an award-winning park and play space, a public water park, an historic pioneer cemetery and a war memorial for the Catalina Wrecks.
The Jetty provides an uninterrupted viewing point for spotting turtles, stingrays, snub fin dolphins, an array of coastal birds and a wide variety of fish species.
Please ensure you are aware of the local risks & maintain safe behaviours. The Jetty is not a safe location for a swim due to the strong daily tidal currents and varying depth water, but the adjacent beach area offers a more protected location for swimming due to the adjacent groyne.
The Shire worked with local artists to incorporate interpretive elements into the groyne promenade and the four shade structures.
The Old Broome Jetty was removed in 1969 and was previously a focus of commercial and social activity.