Welcome to Broome, where even the camels get clocked for going too fast.
Dare not to loiter in Broome at your own peril.
"Well, we want everyone in Broome to have a good time and if we see people not loitering the may well find themselves in breech," says Broome Police sergeant Trent Langthorn in Australia's North West latest promotional video.
The tongue-in-cheek "breaking news" video with ABC veteran broadcaster George Manning reports while the Eastern States will be adjusting their clocks to come off daylight savings, Broome will officially adjust their clocks to local time - Broometime.
Whilst fishing Broome shire president Ron Johnston proclaims the more relaxed Broometime has been made official and Federal member for Durack Melissa Price says parliament is behind the change - while drinking a cocktail in a resort pool.
Check out the tantalising video of our star in the north - Slip into Broometime.
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