Staircase to the Moon is a natural attraction and its visibility varies in strength depending on weather, sunset, moonrise and the tide. It is caused by the rising of the full moon reflecting off the exposed mudflats at extremely low tide – creating a beautiful optical illusion of stairs reaching to the moon.It occurs along the coastline at Onslow, Dampier, Cossack, and Point Samson Peninsula, Hear son Cove, Port Hedland and Broome.The Staircase to the Moon in Broome is often complemented by the local markets at Town Beach. This is often a beautiful scenery. Guests can often get accommodation in the Oaks Hotels, which is one of the most luxurious Broome Resorts.The Oaks Broome Hotel which occupies a central position in the heart of Roebuck Bay promises a touch of subtle luxury and style when visiting this vibrant Outback town. This hotel offers convenience and luxury, whilst being situated on a location which is close to natural treasures, adventure pursuits and beautiful landscapes. This hotel is ideal for both leisure and business travelers who seek modern luxury and a serene and a secluded atmosphere.Oaks Broome is within walking distance to a bevy of nearby boutiques and popular tourism attractions and features two swimming pools with bountiful deck chairs and umbrellas, and extensive conference facilities.
The Staircase to the Moon happens 2 – 3 days a month between March and October. The first two days of Staircase to the Moon generally also play host to the Staircase to the Moon markets at Town Beach. Here guests can sample local produce, buy hand made products, a variety of international food, and enjoy the sounds of local entertainers.
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