Dampier Creek

Dampier Creek winds its way inland to form the eastern border of Broome, a coastal town in Western Australia. Broome is home to roughly 14,000 people, but its population can grow to upwards of 45,000 per month during peak tourist season from June to August. Its 14-mile (22-km) white-sand Cable Beach, paleontology exhibits, pearl farms, and other attractions make it a popular destination for travelers around the world.

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