It is extremely unfortunate and with heavy hearts that we must announce from November 1st 2021 we will be closing, due to the requirements for major upgrades to continue to meet compliance standards and guest expectations.

The communities of Ardyaloon and Djarindjin remain optimistic about the future of Kooljaman and are seeking the support of State and Federal Government agencies and Trading Enterprises to assist with the progression of our long-term plans.

All bookings past 1 November will be refunded in full and we ask you to bear with us and be patient on receipt of any refunded payments. We will be working through in order of date priority and endeavouring to complete this as quickly as we can.

If you are on the Dampier Peninsula and would like to go on one of the cultural tours previously offered at Kooljaman, these will still be operating from the Djarindjin Roadhouse; Brian Lee Tagalong Tour; Bundy’s Cultural Tours; Lullumb Tours.

Once again, we thank you for your continued support and sincerely regret having to pass on this news.


Phone: 08 9192 4970

Email: reservations@kooljaman.com.au


Welcome to Bardi Jawi Country

Kooljaman at Cape Leveque is a remote wilderness camp owned and run by the Indigenous Bardi Jawi Communities. Situated on native title land, the locals invite you to share the astonishing diversity, pristine wilderness and unique landscape that celebrate this award-winning place as a once in a lifetime experience.


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Kooljaman offers a diverse range of nature based activities.

Kooljaman at Cape Leveque is a unique wilderness camp which is surrounded by a range of natural wonders. The amazing wildlife, the vast array of marine life and the stunning coastline, makes this a truly unique experience.

Relax on the beach and enjoy natures wonders.

Accommodation

Deluxe Safari Tent

Family Safari Tent

Ensuite Cabins

Log Cabins

Camp Ground Unit

Mini Safari Tent

Beach Camping Shelters

Camp Sites - Powered

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