Broome June Events 2023


Broome is a hidden gem celebrated for its breathtaking natural beauty and deep cultural roots located in Western Australia.


June brings a vibrant town alive with exciting events and festivals celebrating its multicultural essence. Also, they have a blend of indigenous ceremonies, music extravaganzas, unique delicacies, and film festivals.


June Events Date and Time

Broome presents an unparalleled opportunity to immerse yourself in a truly captivating cultural experience. Make sure to note these dates and prepare yourself to fully embrace the vibrant cultural scene in Broome this June!


The Broome Fringe Festival (2nd-10th June):

It’s an immersive celebration of art and culture, captivating audiences with its diverse lineup of performances and creative expressions. We can’t wait for this anticipated event to showcase local and international talent across various artistic disciplines. It includes music, dance, theater, comedy, visual arts, and interactive installations with a lively and inclusive atmosphere.

The festival celebrates Broome’s multicultural heritage, promoting community engagement, cultural exchange, and artist involvement. The Broome Fringe Festival promises a captivating and immersive experience, igniting the imagination amidst a vibrant coastal artistic scene.

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Mud and Saltwater Short Film Fest (4th June):

The highly anticipated Mud and Saltwater Short Film Fest in Broome showcases the imaginative skills of local filmmakers. The festival celebrates Broome’s charm and heritage through captivating short films that embody the essence of coastal life. Set against the backdrop of breathtaking mudflats and saltwater. The festival provides a platform for regional artists to captivate viewers with diverse cinematic expressions and compelling narratives.


Broome Turf Club 2023 Race Day (3rd June):

The Broome Cup, held annually at the Broome Turf Club, offers an elegant and thrilling horse racing experience. Dress to impress, place your bets, and witness the exhilarating races against the backdrop of Broome’s breathtaking red pindan soil. Enjoy the live entertainment, gourmet food, and beverages, while embracing the festive atmosphere as thunderous horses race to the finish line.


Skutta (4th June):

Experience the vibrant fusion of Indigenous textiles and fashion at SKUTTA. Broome’s highly anticipated runway event unveils breathtaking fashion collections by Indigenous artists and designers from the Kimberley region. The Broome Town Beach Jetty transforms into a captivating catwalk where young Indigenous models and artists will showcase their talents. Also, the exceptional performances from the Burrb Wanggarraju Nurlu dance group and talented Kimberley musicians will accompany them. It is an unmissable opportunity to immerse yourself in a celebration of culture and creativity.


Staircase to the Moon (5th-7th June):

Broome’s premier natural event, known as the “Staircase to the Moon” runs from April to October each year. It is an unforgettable experience for visitors to Broome. Occurring when the full moon rises over the exposed mudflats during extremely low tide, it creates an optical illusion resembling a staircase leading to the moon.

Head to the prime viewing location at Broome Golf Club, (two minute walk from Habitat Resort). You can also join the crowds at Town Beach, with local markets and food stalls enhancing the enchanting atmosphere.


In June, Broome’s multicultural heritage and stunning landscapes converge, creating a vibrant cultural scene that truly comes alive. Broome offers something for everyone, from indigenous traditions and storytelling to horse racing thrills, captivating visitors with its enchanting allure


Immerse yourself in Broome’s diverse cultural tapestry this June, embracing the spirit of its top events and festivals. Get ready to experience Broome like never before! Join us for a whirlwind of incredible events and unforgettable memories. Book your tour and accommodation early at Habitat Resort Broome and feel the true spirit of our beautiful town.