Cape Leveque is a remote and isolated paradise hidden away on the most northerly point of the Dampier Peninsula, in Western Australia’s Kimberley region.
Resplendent with sparkling waters and rich red cliffs, it is truly isolated from the rest of the world and only accessible by air or four-wheel drive from Broome.
Discover Aboriginal heritage in Australia’s far north-west
Cape Leveque has a strong Aboriginal heritage, which dates back some 7000 years.
Kooljaman at Cape Leveque is one of a number of deliciously indulgent eco-resorts, dotted across this spectacular landscape. This unique wilderness style luxury camp is jointly owned by Djarindjin and One Arm Point Aboriginal communities. Here you can immerse yourself in the Australian Outback and enjoy a wide range of nature based and indigenous cultural experiences
Take long walks along the secluded beaches or explore the reef at low-tide. From July to October humpback whales can be seen on their southward journey just off shore.
Join a local Aboriginal guide on a bush tucker tour and learn about ceremonial spear-making. Then spear your own fish or search for mud crabs following ancient traditions. Dine on gourmet barbeque delivered by your ‘bush butler’ against the backdrop of gorgeous sunrises and sunsets.
By far the most popular pastime at Cape Leveque is doing nothing at all but soaking up the sheer tranquility and beauty of the surroundings.