Great little shopping strip with many clothing stores and a large souvaneer store. Something for everyone so very much worth the visit.
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Johnny Chi Lane is a little arcade style shopping alley in Broome with a mixture of clothing and souvenir stores with some history thrown in. Nice to walk through and for a bit of shopping - noting some of the shops are a tad expensive...More
I had read about this in a novel and wanted to see it for myself. I could imagine it from the book and there are still remnants of former boom times.busy with little shops- touristy definitely but if in Broome you should visit.
Interesting array of shops, although some were unfortunately closed for the wet season. It's a cute little lane and we enjoyed meandering along reading the notices along the way. The notices are numbered and are displayed outside most of the shops, they detail the history...More
We had a wander through this arcade that has several clothes, jewellery, sourvenir shops and cafes. If you are after cheaper RAW PEARLS keep going to the end of the shops where you'll find a very interesting little bead shop that also has a small...More
Johnny Chi lane hosts a number of old shops, salons, jewelry stores and several cafes in the shade. If youre hot, and want to relax I recommend you come here. As well as being shaded and cheaper than the many highstreet cafes, these are also...More
There is a great place in the lane that makes fresh fruit and vegetable juices. I have had a "get up and go" as a refresher after cycling from Cable Beach to Chinatown. Very refreshing!
Just went in for a look to see what sort of shops. Found that the clothing was discounted, but was still far too expensive for the average traveler.
There are many types of shops, I purchased fishing bit and pieces there and we also bought a few items in other shops but mostly it is a area with many small shops. Worth the visit and you can buy good food, coffee and some...More