Cape Leveque WA is a remote location on the tip of the Dampier Peninsula north of Broome. This rugged and pristine slice of the Kimberley is famous for its Aboriginal heritage which continues to thrive.
Equally famous are the striking colours of the landscape where dramatic red-rock cliffs meet bone-white sand and clear turquoise water.
The area is popular for swimming, snorkelling, boating and whale watching. The fishing is world class – throw in a line from the side of a boat to catch mackerel, tuna, cobia and sailfish.
You can learn more about Aboriginal culture on bush-tucker, tag-along and mud crabbing tours.
Accommodation at Cape Leveque ranges from camping and beach shacks to fully equipped safari tents with decking overlooking the sea.
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16° 2402 S
122° 5553 E
Brisbane Centre 122.1
(08) 9192 4970
2 – Both E side of RWY 13 /31 THR
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Special Procedures and Comments: CTAF 127.2
Caution after rain – soft edges.
Kooljaman is best described as a unique off-the-grid wilderness camp located on Native Title land, and sustained by solar power and local bore water. Our low-impact accommodation has been specifically designed to capture the rugged character and beauty of Bardi Jawi country, and reflects the Aboriginal values of caring for land and country.
Surrounded by a diversity of natural wonders, the amazing wildlife, vast array of marine life and the stunning coastline makes this a truly unique place to experience.
The two surrounding Aboriginal Communities of Djarindjin and Ardyaloon (One Arm Point) jointly own Kooljaman, making it proudly 100% Indigenous Owned. The Communities have developed the camp in line with the community’s aspirations and their inherent knowledge of the land.
Kooljaman at Cape Leveque has been established for 20 years and has won numerous state and national tourism awards in categories for Indigenous Tourism, Eco Tourism, Unique Accommodation and Cultural Tourism.
There is simply no better way to reward yourself after enjoying the natural beauty of the landscape than spending some time in the privacy of our Deluxe Safari Tent. Affectionately named Pop Louie after a local Bardi Elder, this safari tent has been created with the environment in mind. Pop Louie runs on solar power with generator backup, and is supplied with local bore water to maintain a low impact on country.
Pop Louie is specifically designed for couples. Relax on your spacious balcony as you watch the sun set over red pindan cliffs; sacred to the local Aboriginal people.
There are also family safari tents and mini safari tents available.
There are a variety of cabins available. Choose between the Log Cabin, Ensuite cabin or a Camp Ground Unit.
There are different types of camp sites available. They include beach shelters, and powered and unpowered camping sites.
A popular option among camping enthusiasts, our private beach camping shelters offer a truly unforgettable experience, unique to Kooljaman. Located on the eastern side between the bush and the swimming beach, our beach camping shelters were built with the environment in mind and are supplied with local bore water to maintain a low impact on country.
Address: PMB 8, Cape Leveque via Broome W.A.
Phone: (08) 9192 4970