Broome: For the hopeful archaeologists

Broome: For the hopeful archaeologists

The Kimberley in Western Australia has the world’s largest dinosaur footprints and the Broome coastline is renowned for 130-million-year-old dinosaur footprints stretching from Roebuck Bay in the south and over 150 kilometres north along the Dampier Peninsula.

Recently, dinosaur footprints were discovered in the main tourist area of Cable Beach, directly in front of the resorts and shops.

Bart Pigram from Bart Pigram from Narlijia Cultural Tours takes clients to see footprints around Broome as well as Broome Hovercraft Tours.

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