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This coastal tourist town of just 14,000 residents is known for its beautiful beaches and mother of pearl. Each year this city hosts a pearl festival celebrating its multicultural heritage. This city was attacked four times during World War II. Racial segregation was common here until the 1970s. An undersea telegraph cable was laid from a nudist beach here, connecting this city to the rest of the world. The beach now bares its name.
Where in the World is This Destination?
Broome, located in Western Australia, is a place a beat apart from the rest of Australia. Broome is bordered by the Indian Ocean and Kimberley Wilderness, the latter of which is a vast expansion of the Australian Outback. Broome is also famous for its pearling industry, particularly the mother of pearl, which got its start in the late 1800s.
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