This year's A Taste Of Broome will celebrate the role of local Indigenous women in the creation of the community's identity through pearling and the town’s cultural development.
You can hear their stories and walk with them hand in hand as together you experience the journey of Broome’s history as seen through the eyes of her mothers, sisters and daughters. You'll also learn more about their heartbreak of loss and suffering, through to their joys at seeing family return home after long dives' away.
The event, now in its fourth year, has quickly become a highlight of the Broome tourism calendar with three nights of festivities scheduled across July, August and September in 2016. The first night of celebration is on Friday, 1 July.
Join them as they continue to celebrate this unique music and picture show experience that combines Broome's distinctive Indigenous culture and its multicultural community to promote its vibrant soul through music, dance, food, arts and crafts, tradition and heritage.