Cape Leveque & Dampier Peninsula Accommodation

Cape Leveque and the Dampier Peninsula offer the perfect getaway for the adventurous traveller. Stretching 220 kilometres north from Broome, the only access to the area is via the partially unsealed Cape Leveque Road.

Known to local Indigenous people as "Ardi" meaning northeast a Dampier Peninsula experience offers the opportunity to stroll on secluded beaches and swim or snorkel in the sparkling waters. Take the time to explore and experience the unique culture, history and lifestyle of the local Indigenous peoples.

Kooljaman at Cape Leveque - Family Safari Tent

Safari Tent at Kooljaman
Description:
Family Safari Tents sleep up to 4 guests
Itinerary:
Remote coastal accommodation - 200kms north of Broome
Dates:
All year - weather permitting

Kooljaman at Cape Leveque - Ensuite Cabin

Ensuite Cabin
Description:
Ensuite Cabins sleep up to 5 guests
Itinerary:
Remote coastal accommodation - 200kms north of Broome
Dates:
All year - weather permitting

Kooljaman at Cape Leveque - Log Cabin

Log Cabin website
Description:
Log Cabins sleep up to 4 guests
Itinerary:
Remote coastal accommodation - 200kms north of Broome
Dates:
All year - weather permitting

Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm

Family safari tent website
Description:
Accommodation on a working pearl farm
Itinerary:
200kms north of Broome
Dates:
1st April to 30 November