The ‘sport of kings’ comes to one of the world’s most stunning beaches .

The pristine sands of Broome’s iconic Cable Beach ignite when Australia’s only multi-day beach polo tournament is played in May each year.

The Airnorth Cable Beach Polo tournaments have featured leading polo players from New Zealand, Argentina, Colombia, India and Australia, vying for glory across two days of thrilling beach polo action that culminates in an international clash.

The glamour and vigor of polo heats up on the sand for a unique experience  – a polo arena bordering the sparkling azure waters of the Indian ocean, bikini-clad spectators and Broome’s spectacular setting sun signaling the end of each day’s play.

This extraordinary sporting spectacle is free to watch picnic-style from the sand, but there is also an option to purchase tickets to the Cable Beach Polo VIP Marquee or the Polo Beach Bar and mingle in barefoot elegance with the players and new friends from around the globe.

On Saturday night the celebration continues with Dinner Under The Stars where guests join players and patrons on this magical night.  Due to limited seating capacity, these tickets are available with the purchase of the Airnorth Platinum Passport and the Gold Weekend Pass.  

Airnorth Cable Beach Polo is produced by Cable Beach Polo Pty Ltd.

Cable Beach Polo Pty Ltd – official Australian Affiliate to the International Beach Polo Association

In 2013, Cable Beach Polo Pty Ltd was appointed as the official Australian Affiliate to the International Beach Polo Association (IBPA).  This organisation’s mission serves as the organizational and active agent for the game.  The Association works to advise, guide and encourage the advancement of this great equestrian sport.

Marilynne Paspaley AM – appointed Governor of the IBPA (Australasian Region)

Also in 2013, the founder of Cable Beach Polo, Marilynne Paspaley AM, was appointed as the Governor of the International Beach Polo Association (Australasian Region).  Encompassing Australia, New Zealand, S.E. Asia and India, the Australasian region is a fast growing arena for the sport of beach polo, with matches now played in:

  • Broome, Australia (since 2010),
  • Porangahau, NZ (since 2014),
  • Singapore (since 2015),
  • Melbourne, Australia (Since 2017),
  • Adelaide, Australia (Since 2017).