The Dampier Peninsula is rich with Ardi culture along with white sandy beaches and stunning red cliffs. The road is 260km long and sealed most of the way. 
Beagle Bay
Beagle Bay, famous for its extraordinary church built-in 1918 with an altar and aisle decorated with mother-of-pearl shell. Adding to the distinctive vibe of this church are indigenous artworks by the local Bardi people.
Middle Lagoon
Natures Hideaway Middle Lagoon is sur­round­ed by beau­ti­ful beach­es and native bush, a great getaway destination to reboot and relax. You can camp on the ridge or by the bay with a short stroll to excellent fishing, swimming and snorkelling spots.
Lombadina offers visitors a unique opportunity to
experience the local way of life. Relax on white sandy beaches, characterised by pristine turquoise waters, take in nature’s beauty and experience the colours of the Kimberley, the thrilling fishing and breathtaking whale watching.
Pender Bay
Whales, wild gubinge and sweeping views of the Kimberley Coast. Camp at Whalesong during the whale season and you may hear humpback whales breathing as they pass by. Enjoy a juice or smoothie at Whalesong's cafe.
One Arm Point
A laid back remote Aboriginal community north of Broome lies One Arm Point with stunning coastlines and spectacular views to the Buccaneer Archipelago. Learn about local Aboriginal culture, and immerse yourself in their unique lifestyle. Take a tour of the hatchery and see a working aquaculture centre with a range of local art and artefacts on sale.
Kooljaman eco-resort at Cape Leveque is a unique wilderness camp located on the tip of the Dampier Peninsula. Unwind as you stroll along secluded beaches with stunning pindan cliffs. You can fish or snorkel off the Eastern Beach or head to the West End and watch a spectacular sunset. Kooljaman offers basic camping, eco-tents and ensuite cabins. There are beach camping shelters in prime position by the sea however you must have your own camping and cooking gear. Raugi’s Restaurant celebrates traditional flavours from the surrounding bushland, allowing you to experience the little-known unique flavours of Australia’s native foods. Dinner bookings are essential.
Cygnet Bay
Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm, Australia's oldest working pearl operation located 200km north of Broome. Family owned and operated for 70 years, the Brown family welcomes guests with pearling tours and dining, camping and glamping. Have you ever seen a waterfall in the ocean? Witness a tidal phenomenon that has to be seen to be believed. This ultimate Sea Safari showcases the unique reefs and tides only found in the Kimberley The highlight of this tour is the emergence of a reef with a cascading waterfall on outgoing tides. Book ahead for tours to Waterfall Reef as they depend on the tide.
Getting there and road conditions
We recommend 4WD only. The turn-off to the Cape Leveque Road is 9km from Broome, along the Great Northern Highway. The road is now sealed, however can get quite corrugated if you choose to enter communities; we recommend reduced tyre pressure and to have at least one spare tyre.
Be sure not to travel after heavy rains as the road is prone to flooding.
Towing a Caravan
You can take your caravan on the Cape Leveque Road, but we do not recommend it as the road can be rough, sandy and very corrugated in parts. Depending on the condition of the road it may not be suitable for standard caravans. Single axle off-road caravans and camper trailers should have no problems. You cannot bring your caravan into Kooljaman, but you can stay at Middle Lagoon and Cygnet Bay.
Pets are not allowed on the Cape Leveque Road or any campsites.