The final plans for Spinifex Brewing Co’s Cable Beach alehouse have been unveiled to the community, providing the first look into what Broome’s newest watering hole could provide. Officially out for public comment, the locally-owned company hopes to see the Sanctuary Road alehouse — complete with indoor and outdoor seating, a jumbo screen and stage for events and an eco-playground — embraced by the community and local council alike. Aside from the seating and activity offerings, the company also plans to produce low and mid-strength beer on-site with a 6HL steam fired brewery. A gubinge and boab Aboriginal bush foods packaging facility is also included in the plan, with local legend Robert Dann and his Bindam Mie enterprise set to reside there. “As a long-term Broome resident, it gives me great pleasure to see this project come to life as we move closer to obtaining the approvals we need to commence construction,” Spinifex chief executive Adam Barnard said. “First and foremost, this facility is built for the locals, providing a long overdue family friendly environment for all. “Our team have spent months looking for ways we can improve the customer experience and we are confident we will be employing the very latest technology so a long queue at the bar for a drink will be a thing of the past. Mr Barnard said the company was also “absolutely committed” to a local first policy, so every trade and service, menu and partner will be Kimberley local where possible. Moontide Gin, Kimberley Coffee Co, Kimberley Bush Honey, Bindam Mie, Rapidclean and Red Sun Camels are among the local businesses already in talks with the brewer. “I’m also excited about the potential tourism benefit a project of this scale will bring and how it will complement the proposed Cable Beach redevelopment plans,” Mr Barnard said. “It’s no secret that the town struggles to accommodate our peak season visitors and this can leave many of them with a sense of disappointment that perhaps their experience was not to their expectations of this incredible region.” The project has received letters of support from the Tourism Council Western Australia, Kimberley Development Commission, Regional Development Australia and Ray White Cable Beach. To make a submission, members of the public can visit the Shire of Broome website.