Take a trip to remote Cape Leveque, on the northernmost tip of the Kimberley region’s Dampier Peninsula. Travel across country from Broome by 4WD, and experience a beautiful wilderness region of red cliffs, pristine white sand and turquoise sea, home to whales, turtles and sea birds. Choose the flight option to complete your full-day visit to Cape Leveque with a one-way trip back to Broome by scenic plane, and see extraordinary views over the Kimberley coastline.
- Morning and afternoon tea included
- Enjoy lunch at Cape Leveque also known as Kooljaman
- Spend the afternoon swimming and relaxing at Cape Leveque
- Includes hotel pickup and drop-off
Your day trip to one of the most remote locations in the most remote region of Western Australia begins with early morning pickup in Broome by 4-wheel-drive vehicle. As you listen to narration from your guide about Cape Leveque and the Kimberley region, journey across the red desert environment, only accessible by dirt tracks.
Cape Leveque is the northernmost tip of the Dampier Peninsula, an Aboriginal-owned piece of land surrounded by the waters of the Indian Ocean. Stop at the Beagle Bay Aboriginal Community for morning tea, and see the pearl-shell alter of the Beagle Bay church. Continuing north to One Arm Point Community, enjoy a prime view of the Buccaneer Archipelago and admire the Kimberley’s large tidal flows.
When you reach Cape Leveque, known natively as Kooljaman, relax on the beach, enjoy a picnic lunch, take photos of the rocky red coastline and cool off in the ocean. Your day trip ends either with the return 4WD trip to Broome, where you’ll arrive in the evening, or with a direct flight to Broome, arriving in the late afternoon.