Rowley Shoals, a marine reserve in the Indian Ocean, provides a stark but important contrast to areas suffering from overfishing.
Broome’s record rainfall has flooded the region and forced local wildlife to flee to higher ground.
For one weekend each year, the camels on Broome’s famed Cable Beach make way for thundering teams of men on horseback, swinging long-handled mallets.
This timelapse video captures just how high the tides can get on WA’s Kimberley coast.
On This Day
On 3 March 1942, the Australian mainland felt the heat of a second air raid, this time on Broome, as WWII began to heat up in the Pacific.