Tourism Minister officially opens Roebuck Bay Lookout
Lookout part of $12.7 million Chinatown Redevelopment Project
Project supported by State Government, through Tourism WA
Inaugural Chinatown Discovery Festival from 24-26 May will feature the Pearlers’ Games along with a series of special arts and heritage events.
Pearlers’ Games to revive the Chinatown Games that last occurred in 2002.
Community members invited to enter as individuals, teams or corporate teams.
Chinatown Discovery Festival to celebrate completion of the Broome Chinatown Revitalisation Project.
Chinatown Discovery Festival on 24-26 May 2019 to officially re-open Chinatown.
Call for community to come on board with events alongside local and visiting artists and performers.
Wet season construction works continuing in February with full works to recommence in March for completion late April 2019.
Crucial steps have been taken to keep foot traffic coming through the doors of traders affected by Chinatown roadworks as the multimillion-dollar transformation of Broome’s CBD rolls on.
Streetscape upgrades began on Carnarvon Street earlier this month, between Napier Terrace and Short Street, as part of the $13.5 million Chinatown Revitalisation Project.
Chinatown artist tenders awarded to nationally recognised artists Nicole and Alex Mickel and Nic Compton.
Local Broome artists to collaboratively design sculptures and street art that honours Chinatown heritage and culture.
Expansion of Chinatown’s public art collection to celebrate the precincts culture and history.