Take a trip to remote Cape Leveque, on the northernmost tip of the Kimberley region's Dampier Peninsula. Travel across country from Broome by 4WD, and experience a beautiful wilderness region of red cliffs, pristine white sand and turquoise sea, home to whales, turtles and sea birds. Choose the flight option to complete your full-day visit to Cape Leveque with a one-way trip back to Broome by scenic plane, and see extraordinary views over the Kimberley coastline.
Your full-day visit to Cape Leveque begins with an early morning departure from Broome by 4WD. Listen to your guide's fascinating commentary as you travel through the Dampier Peninsula, a remote Aboriginal-owned coastal area of red desert crossed only by dirt tracks.
Stop for morning tea at the Beagle Bay Aboriginal Community, and admire the shimmering pearl-shell altar of the community's Beagle Bay church. Then travel north to the remote One Arm Point Community, the perfect place to view the spectacular Buccaneer Archipelago and witness the huge tidal flows of the Kimberley
On nearby Cape Leveque (locally known as Kooljaman) enjoy a picnic lunch and time to relax on the pristine beaches and spectacular coastline the cape is renowned for. Go for a swim, try some snorkeling, take a walk along the sands or just soak up the sun's warm rays on the beach.
Returning by 4WD, arrive back in Broome at around 6:30pm. Or choose to catch a direct flight back to Broome at around 4pm.