The love of untouched beaches is hard to describe and Cape Leveque offers just that and more! The cape is the northernmost tip of the Dampier peninsula, 240 kilometres north of Broome- adorned by white sand beach resting in front of a reddish terrain.
A soulful walk by the beach or a relaxing picnic with family and friends, the Cape Leveque is a must when you visit.
Cape Leveque Travel Tips
- Since the cape is a long distance from Broome, do try to spend a day or two at Kooljaman Camp located at the cape.
- Call up Koojaman Camp for accommodation prices and bookings or visit their official website.
How to Reach Cape Leveque
- Rent a Car to reach the place.
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22.05% of people who visit Broome include Cape Leveque in their plan
50% of people start their Cape Leveque visit around 09 AM
People usually take around 4 Hrs to see Cape Leveque
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Cape Leveque
People normally also visit Broome Bird Observatory while planning their trip to Cape Leveque.
People also prefer to start their day with Cape Leveque.
Cape Leveque Reviews & Ratings
Amazing part of the country, well worth a visit. We had some issues extending our stay, management couldn’t “manage” the situation. Luckily travellers have good people skills and we did their job for them and everyone ended up happy. Still a bit to learn in the customer service department but it may come with time.
Amazing place. So beautiful. Lots of accommodation options catering to all types of campers
Beautiful place once new road is sealed it will be heaven to visit
Great beach, infamous red cliffs provide a gorgeous backdrop
Worth the trip up the dirt road, the scenery here is unlike anywhere else. From the pindan cliffs of west beach to the white limestone cliffs of east beach, the white sand and the crystal clear water, to the breathtaking sunsets over the Indian Ocean. Drive or fly, make sure this is on your Kimberley bucket list.