Broome Airport in WA is the regional hub of the northwestern part of Western Australia. It is considered the gateway to the Kimberley region.
The airport field was attacked on the morning of 3 March 1942, during World War II. The attack on Broome resulted in at least 88 deaths. The airport field was being used by the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) and allies, the Japanese raid destroyed at least 22 aircraft, parts of which are still on display to this day at Broome Historical Museum.
10 / 28
17° 5658 S
122° 1340 E
Bris Centre 123.95
Broome International Airport
(08) 9194 0600
0437 900 566
1 – LH THR of 10
1 – SW side of RWY 28 near TWY A
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AirBP 0600 – 1800 WST
0436 412 616
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PAL + AFRU 126.0
GA parking on N side of RWY via TWY C, E, F & G
Parking marked on pavement or by yellow cones.
Taxi (08) 9192 3316
Special Procedures and Comments: CTAF 126.0
Some CTAF shielding possible on ground.
Check ERSA for AP Operational Procedures.
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