Travel·Posted on 25 Nov 201619 Incredible Reasons You Should Visit Broome As Soon As PossibleIt's the ultimate desert paradise.by CamhaPhamBuzzFeed ContributorFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Western Australia's Broome is where the desert meets the ocean. View this photo on Instagram http://@from.miles.away / Via instagram.com Dusty red rocks merge with the glistening turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean. 2. It's a kaleidoscope of colours. Rhys_palazzolo / Getty Images Broome's vibrant landscape is simply mesmerising and will have you bewitched before long. 3. Seriously, the beaches are beyond spectacular. Shannonstent / Getty Images Have you ever seen anything like that before? 4. Cable Beach should be at the top of your list. View this photo on Instagram Via instagram.com Long stretches of white sand, azure waters, and stunning sunsets - what more could you need? 5. You can even take an epic sunset camel ride while you're there. View this photo on Instagram Via instagram.com You can't say you've visited Broome until you've ridden along Cable Beach on a camel. 6. And speaking of sunsets - Broome's are some of the best. Magann / Getty Images / Via instagram.com The best free evening show you'll ever see. 7. There's also a horizontal waterfall. View this photo on Instagram Via instagram.com That's right - horizontal. Take a seaplane over Horizontal Falls for incredible aerial views, or enjoy an exhilarating boat ride through the falls. 8. And a place you can walk in the footsteps of dinosaurs. View this photo on Instagram Via instagram.com At Gantheaume Point, you'll find ancient dinosaur footprints and plant fossils, both visible at low tide. 9. Visit between March and October to witness a breathtaking natural phenomenon. View this photo on Instagram Via instagram.com The "Staircase to the Moon" is an optical illusion of stairs reaching to the moon across the ocean. It's insanely amazing. 10. And if you dare, pay a visit to crocodile country. View this photo on Instagram Via instagram.com Head north into remote croc territory or visit Broome Crocodile Park if you prefer a fence between you and the reptiles. 11. When you need to take a break from beautiful Broome, head 260 kilometres west and visit Rowley Shoals. Roderick Eime / Via Flickr: rodeime Located on the edge of the Continental Shelf, Rowley Shoals is considered to be one of the best diving areas in the world. 12. When it's time to rest, go glamping in the wilderness. Ramada Eco Beach Resort / Via ecobeach.com.au The Ramada Eco Beach Resort is an eco resort located an hour south of Broome. Glamp in a safari-style tent, or stay in one of the luxurious villas or beach houses. 13. In Broome, you can take a journey to the stars. View this photo on Instagram Via instagram.com Make the most of Broome's clear skies and spend the night stargazing with Greg Quicke's Astro Tours. 14. And learn about Broome's pearling industry. View this photo on Instagram Via instagram.com Broome was built on its pearling industry, and you can visit the Willie Creek Pearl Farm to learn more about the fascinating process. 15. Visit the world's oldest picture gardens. View this photo on Instagram Via instagram.com The Sun Picture Gardens is the world's oldest in operation. 16. Or explore the area on a hovercraft. Broome Hover Craft / Via broomehovercraft.com.au The Spirit of Broome Hovercraft Flights offer unique sunset, flying boat wrecks, and scenic and prehistoric tours aboard a hovercraft. Yes, you read that right. 17. Have a beer at the most remote brewery in the world. View this photo on Instagram Via instagram.com Visit popular Matso’s Brewery and try the famous ginger beer and mango beer, and other experimental creations that involve lychee and chilli. 18. For the ultimate culinary experience though, you need to feast on a crab you've caught yourself. View this photo on Instagram Via instagram.com Go crabbing in the mangroves of the Dampier Peninsula, north of Broome, with Lombadina. 19. And after all that, promise you'll visit again soon. View this photo on Instagram Via instagram.com Because there's no way you'll want to leave paradise. Want more proof that Australia is the greatest place on earth? Sign up for BuzzFeed's "Meanwhile in Australia" newsletter! If you can't see the signup box above, just go here to sign up for BuzzFeed's "Meanwhile in Australia" newsletter!