Posted by admin on March 7, 2016

  •  Dampier Peninsular
  •  camping
  •  One Arm Point
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Most people drive straight through to Kooljaman Resort. However, Kooljaman is not the only place worth stopping at. The Dampier Peninsula north of Broome is a great destination for people who love the bush, camping, fishing and deserted beaches.

The drive from Broome to Cape Leveque takes about two and a half to three hours. The turn-off to the Cape Leveque Road is only a few kilometres out of town, and only the unsealed section can be really rough. Once you reach the Aboriginal owned country further north most of the roads are excellent.

You will be travelling across Aboriginal land. Respect the culture and privacy of the people that live here. That means observe the no entry signs on private roads! They protect law grounds, burial sites and other areas of traditional significance.

If you don't have a car and don't want to rent one you can join a Cape Leveque tour from Broome.

Cape Leveque also has a small airport and you can get there via a scenic flight from Broome or Derby. Many operators offer packages for day and overnight trips.