Such a fit with the natural environment, it's like it was always there. In fact it lays claim to being Broome's greenest residential estate, proving the point by winning a UDIA Award for Excellence for Sustainable Urban Development.
To achieve this we worked with the Yawuru traditional owners, the Broome community and local builders to make climate sensitive design along with energy and water efficiency, a part of design guidelines. We even have a book called Tree Talk to help you identify local plantings for your garden.
Social and cultural history are also a key feature. The Yawuru people created an intricate mosaic at the entry of the estate that tells the story of their traditional six seasons.
Destined for growth, Broome is forcasted to consistently expand in the coming years. In preparation for growth, nearby residential development Broome North has been established, along with Blue Haze Light Industrial and Broome Road Industrial Park. As the region continues to grow, there's never been a better time to buy and build in Broome.
Situated on the traditional lands of the Yawuru people, Broome is a coastal town in the Kimberley region of Western Australia 2,240km north of Perth.
An international beachside destination with a cosmopolitian lifestyle, Broome is known for its booming trades in tourism, pearling and agriculture.
World renowned Cable Beach is famous for its pearly white sand, bright blue ocean and almost perfectly flat shores is only 7km from the centre of town. The beach itself is 22.5km long with tidal variationsof more than 9m. Cable Beach was named after the undersea telegaph cable laid between Broome and Java in 1889.