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The Mangrove Hotel is truly the place to be for entertainment in Broome.
Your invited to enjoy a variety of local and national artists performing live in an unforgettable outdoor concert experience.
From March to October, Mangrove Hotel is the best place in town to view a rare Staircase to the Moon occurrence. This natural phenomenon happens when the tides of Roebuck Bay recede beneath a rising full moon, creating the illusion of a golden staircase ascending into the heavens. Listen to the sounds of the didgeridoo and enjoy this unique wonder.
Be sure to catch Broome’s annual Opera Under the Stars performance at the Cable Beach Amphitheatre and the famous Broome Cup horse races – both less than 10 minutes away.
With so many unique Broome events and attractions, there’s never a shortage of entertainment at the Mangrove Hotel.
Tura returns to Broome with Reflection2 — bringing together Indigenous icons Mark Atkins and Stephen Pigram with some of Australia's finest instrumentalists. This powerful combination of artists create a program that reaches across cultures, time and place.
TUESDAY 13 SEPTEMBER 2016
AS PART OF SHINJU MATSURI 2016
The Mangrove Hotel is bouncing every Sunday. Watch the tide go out over the beautiful Roebuck Bay as the kids play on the 2 jumping castles.
The PRD Nationwide Broome Marathon Festival has a full 42.2km marathon, the 21.1km Life and Soul Run and the 10.3km Matso's Dash.
All events run along the beach on hard packed sand, starting and finishing at Cable Beach. To ensure runners have firm packed sand, tide time are a critical part of selecting a suitable date.
There will be hard packed sand for running. High tide is 7.5 hours after the marathon start. On Sunday July 10th 2016 there will be a low tide (2.28m) at 08:08 am. High tide (8.40m) will not be until 14:00 pm.
Join us for a Perrier Jouet Champagne Brunch.
2016 STAIRCASE TO THE MOON VIEWING TIMES
Join us at Mangrove Hotel to witness the Natural Phenonomen of Staircase to the Moon.
24 March 6.33pm
25 March 7.11pm
26 March 7.50pm
22 April 5.50pm
23 April 6.30pm
24 April 7.12pm
22 May 5.54pm
23 May 6.40pm
24 May 7.29pm
21 June 6.16pm
22 June 7.09pm
23 June 8.04pm
20 July 5.56pm
21 July 6.53pm
22 July 7.50pm
19 August 6.37pm
20 August 7.36pm
21 August 8.35pm
17 September 6.21pm
18 September 7.21pm
19 September 8.23pm
16 October 6.04pm
17 October 7.07pm
18 October 8.11pm
Shinju Matsuri will tempt your senses with an exciting whirlwind of colour, sound, taste and smell as the community shares this beautiful locale with the world and the people who call it home.
SHINJU MATSURI: WAKING OF SAMMY THE DRAGON - SEPTEMBER 11
Carnarvon Street will be home to this year’s street fiesta to celebrate Sammy the Dragon waking up.
The annual waking of Sammy the Dragon, the vibrant symbol of Shinju Matsuri for 46 years, signals the start of ten days of celebrations which will bring together more than 50 different nationalities represented in the Broome community. Following traditional welcomes from Elders and cultural leaders, the oldest man born in Broome of Chinese descent will uncover Sammy’s eyes, giving life to another festival.
SHINJU MATSURI: A VIEW TO ASIA - SEPTEMBER 11
SHINJU MATSURI: FLOAT PARADE - SEPTEMBER 11
All the life and colours of multicultural Broome are on display as floats and national groups parade from the Broome Civic Centre to Male Oval in one of the major events in …