Clothes for Broome in mid June

by Susan
(Sydney)

We are travelling to Broome in mid June and are not sure what type of clothing will be required for the evenings.

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May 13, 2008

by: Birgit

Hi Sandy,
Are you asking what the temperatures will be like?

Temperature averages and maximum/minimum for all months are all spelled out on the page about the Broome weather and climate:

Being on the ocean, Broome doesn't get anywhere near as cold as other places in the Kimberley. The average minimum temperature at night is 15°C, but it can drop down to 5°C.

What clothing you take depends a bit on where you are staying (camping or not) and what you plan to do...


May 13, 2011
What to wear
by: Tom

It seems obvious, but what clothes should we bring for a Gibb River Road bus trip?

May 15, 2012
Clothes Tip!
by: kathleen

Take your OLD sneakers and OLD clothes as sometimes you can't get the Kimberly red dust out of your clothes!

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