Swimming is one of the best spices of life. Nothing beats swimming in the best places around the world. That’s why we are going to highlight everything you need to know about swimming at Cable Beach. We got you.

Cable Beach got its name in 1889 from an underwater telegraph cable that was laid from Broome to Java. It should interest you to know that Cable Beach is home to one of Australia’s most famous nudist beaches. Begone bathing suit tan lines!

Cable Beach is famous for its Camel rides that offer a different perspective of the beach. This, however, is not the only thing the beach offers. Here is all you have to know about swimming in Cable Beach.  

It is safe to swim at Cable Beach?

Cable Beach is safe for swimming for most of the tourist season. So as long as you swim between the flags, you can have a field day.

Visit Dinosaur Footprints

Cable Beach has Dinosaur footprints! Some are estimated to be as old as 130 million years and are visible in the rocks at low tides. How cool is that?! Palaeontologists have even just found out more Dinosaur footprints, and they are all there for you to see when you visit.

See Staircase to the Moon

Between March and October, on specific dates, something phenomenal happens. The moon rises over exposed mudflats of Roebuck Bay at really low tide and creates a magical illusion of stairs reaching the moon. You really have to add seeing this to your bucket list.

Watch a movie in the oldest operating outdoor picture theatre in the world!

Who doesn’t love movies? We all love to get lost in a good movie even when we know it’s the farthest from reality. Cable beach has an outdoor picture theatre just for that. So, while taking a break from swimming, you shouldn’t miss the chance of watching a movie under the stars while you sniff in the crystal clean beach air and probably salted popcorn.

Relax at Bali Hai Spa

We know how good it feels to release a little bit of Serotonin. It feels so good no one should ever pass up a chance to have a spa treatment. There is a traditional Balinese spa that will treat your body so right that it will be in blissful harmony with your mind and soul.

Watch the sunset

The ocean sunset on Cable Beach is breathtakingly postcard perfect! With sharp vibrant colours against the skyline, you are bound to fall in love with this spot forever.

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