Brooms Head

  • Brooms Head is a beachfront town offering pristine beaches, nestled in the heath land of Yuraygir National Park. Originally known as Cakora Point, the name Brooms Head was first used in 1870, when a broom thought to have come from the wreck of the schooner 'Eureka', was washed up on the beach. It has become a popular holiday destination for families, surfers and nature lovers. The town has a selection of accommodation including its caravan park with cabins and powered campsites next to the beach or holiday units for rent. Enjoy a meal at the local bowls club.

  • Brooms Head Main Beach
    Brooms Head Main Beach

    This breathtaking, unspoilt, uncrowded beach is nestled in a pocket of heath land surrounded by

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