Cape Leveque, Western Australia
Cape Leveque is the northernmost tip of the Dampier Peninsula in the Kimberley region of Western Australia. Cape Leveque is 240 km (via the Cape Leveque Road) north of Broome, and is remote with few facilities.
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.
Things to see and do
* Swimming & Snorkelling
* Guided beach walk
* Whale Watching
Cruise Season – Jan - Dec
Currency – Australian Dollar (AUD)
Language – English
Time – GMT plus ten hours
Electricity - 2 angled pins and 1 flat pin centered below Australian style
International Country Telephone Code – 61
Port Location – There is no port at Cape Leveque, access is by wet landing.
Travel Links – Cape Leveque is accessible by road using a 4WD from Broome. Qantas, AirNorth and Virgin Blue offer flights from Perth, Darwin and Kununurra.
Broome is also accessible by bus from Perth and Darwin.