Branch Info Address: 10 Livingstone Street, Broome 6725 Opening Hours: Monday – Saturday: 9am – 3.30pm. Sunday: Open to meet confirmed bookings Telephone: 1800 777 779 Closed Days: Seasonal Closure 1 December 2023 - 31 March 2024 Public Holidays All branches are closed on Christmas Day (25 Dec), Good Friday (7 April 2023, 29 Mar 2024), Australia Day Observed Holiday (26 Jan). Campervan, Motorhome and 4WD Hire Broome 1800 777 779 10 Livingstone Street, Broome 6725 Broome tells the story of camels carrying travellers on their backs as they idly walk, single file, along the shore. The crisp silhouettes backdropped by a flaming tangerine and long shadows cast in a golden brown blanket. This part of Broome is found only in Cable Beach, but the rest of the Broome area is a gift that keeps on giving. Choose Apollo for the 4WD hire Broome visitors can trust. What to Do in Broome Broome is known for its pearling industry and has always been a hub for pearl divers, especially after the 1880s. Now, it has diversified and developed due to its tourism. It’s a beautiful part of Australia to visit, explore, and tick off the bucket list. If you’re not sure where to go, hop in your campervan and drive to The Kimberley. This landscape is one of the last wilderness frontiers in the world and stretches for hundreds of thousands of kilometres. Feel like you’re in the untouched wilderness as you drive through the Dampier Peninsula along Cape Leveque Road, or check out the Kimberley hot springs. This region is a beautiful natural phenomenon just waiting to be explored! You could even do the ultimate road trip and start your journey here towards Alice Springs. Roll along the Broome township and then travel north to Willie Creek Pearls. Understand the heart of Broome’s pearl industry thanks to the cruise services of Willie Creek Pearl Farm. See Cable Beach glow orange from the back of a camel, explore the fascinating geology of the Bungle Bungle Ranges, or cruise the immense man-made wonder Lake Argyle. You could also take a 4WD Camper along the Gibb River Road. As one of Australia’s most unique tracks to 4WD, Gibb River Road is great for true outback adventurers. Some other top activities and attractions include Matso’s Brewery and the Japanese and Chinese Cemeteries. You could also pick up some pearls in Chinatown or go to Eco Beach to watch some turtles and whales, or get more active with kayaking. However you choose to explore Australia’s North West, the friendly team at our Apollo will be there to help you get on the road. Choose Apollo for your 4WD camper hire in Broome. Where to Stay in Broome First time in a campervan? We recommend spending your first night close by at Palm Grove Holiday Resort so you can get to know your new home in close proximity to our Broome branch. Once you hit the road, there are a large range of places to park your motorhome for the night. Stay in a national park or a caravan park close to the heart of Broome, such as Broome Caravan Park, or plan your Kimberley accommodation and stay at Kimberley Waterfront Holiday Park. You could even switch off, set up a ground tent, and spend a night under the stars beside your motorhome hire in one of these parks. Enjoy the freedom of having your vehicle and home in one as you explore Broome. The ApolloConnect App has bookable campgrounds across Australia. Why Choose Apollo 4WD Hire Broome? Sometimes a holiday calls for more than just regular car rentals. Whether you want a campervan, a motorhome, or a 4WD to rent, Apollo has your back. Our vehicles are regularly serviced, high quality, and perfect for exploring Australia’s north west. If you have any problems or queries, our friendly team is also available for contact on 1800 777 779. If you want quality 4WD camper hire in Broome, choose Apollo! Branch Info Address: 10 Livingstone Street, Broome 6725 Opening Hours: Monday – Saturday: 9am – 3.30pm. Sunday: Open to meet confirmed bookings Telephone: 1800 777 779 Closed Days: Seasonal Closure 1 December 2023 - 31 March 2024 Public Holidays All branches are closed on Christmas Day (25 Dec), Good Friday (7 April 2023, 29 Mar 2024), Australia Day Observed Holiday (26 Jan).