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The 3 hr drive up from Broome to Cape Leveque was an adventure in itself with its bumpy red dusty sandy road. However, the road is supposed to be sealed soon.
For a fabulous swim head to Kooljaman Resort to Eastern Beach as it’s stunning...More
Roads up from Broome not the best due to ongoing roadworks. But Wow, worth the drive. Walked along the beach and around the cliffs and explored the little caves. A glorious swim in the ocean. The colors were so beautiful.
We came here as the first stop (after Broome) on a tour of the Kimberley. They were doing a lot of road work and I understand that the road will be largely sealed within a year which will make it an easy drive from Broome....More
What a tour and what a guide. Terry was an amazing person and he went into great detail regarding his family and the history to his name. Can not recommend this tour highly enough my self my wife and our 2 kids (4*5) learnt so...More
First time with a camper trailer to Cape Leveque and stayed at Kooljaman camp site. Their are two great swimming locations, being the Eastern Beach or go a little further by vehicle ( tyre pressure 18psi) towards the boat launch area for the best beach....More
Kimberley Wild took us to Cape Leveque on a magic day tour. 90 kms on a red dirt road will take you there, four wheel drive. Cape Leveque has an eastern and western side, with one dedicated for safe swimming, the other famous for a...More
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There is a petrol station in One Arm Point and at the roadhouse in Djardinjin. You can get a day pass for Kooljaman at Cape Leveque at the office on the way in. Day passes are currently $5 per person for walk-in access and... More
There is a petrol station in One Arm Point and at the roadhouse in Djardinjin. You can get a day pass for Kooljaman at Cape Leveque at the office on the way in. Day passes are currently $5 per person for walk-in access and an additional $25 for a vehicle.
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