- 4WD Cape Leveque day tour from Broome
- Morning and afternoon tea included
- Travel across country in an off-road vehicle
- Enjoy lunch at Cape Leveque also known as Kooljaman
- Option to return to Broome on a flight
- Spend the afternoon swimming and relaxing at Cape Leveque
- Includes hotel pickup and drop-off
What You Can Expect
Cape Leveque is the northernmost tip of the Dampier Peninsula, an Aboriginal-owned piece of land surrounded by the waters of the Indian Ocean. Stop at the Beagle Bay Aboriginal Community for morning tea, and see the pearl-shell alter of the Beagle Bay church. Continuing north to One Arm Point Community, enjoy a prime view of the Buccaneer Archipelago and admire the Kimberley’s large tidal flows.
When you reach Cape Leveque, known natively as Kooljaman, relax on the beach, enjoy a picnic lunch, take photos of the rocky red coastline and cool off in the ocean. Your day trip ends either with the return 4WD trip to Broome, where you’ll arrive in the evening, or with a direct flight to Broome, arriving in the late afternoon.
Well worth doing was excellent
Great tour guide with information along the way. Really enjoyed a few of the stops and the time we were allowed to take pictures of all the beautiful things happening! Definitely take the flight back to Broome. After being in the 4x4 in the morning you will not want to ride the bumpy road again! AND you will get to see everything you missed on the ground - from the air! You also get some more time (about 1.5 hours longer) to hang around beautiful Cape Leveque than the people who drove back.
Informative and helpful guide and interesting tour.
Organisationally, this tour as just fine and everything ran very smoothly. Our driver/guide was very well-informed and helpful, and we enjoyed the morning tea and lunch we were given. We were most interested in the church at Beagle Bay (that was the main reason for us going on this tour) and it was interesting to contrast it with the one at Lombadina. We found out a lot more about the missions at Beagle Bay and Lombadina when we visited the Old Nunnery in Broome later. Cape Leveque itself is quite scenic, so we enjoyed that part of it. We weren't so interested in the fish farm or hatchery or whatever it was, but, then again, others might have been. All in all it was a well-run tour, and a good opportunity to get out into part of the Kimberley environment.
A knowledgeable guide provided good commentary as we travelled and at each stopping point. Cape Leveque is a beautiful spot which is not easily described using words. The lunch was very nice and it was quickly set out for us allowing good time for a swim. The "Kimberley massage" provided by the road surface did't detract from the trip although it did add to the length of the day.
Our tour guide, Leisa, was very friendly and took great care of her passengers and very respectful of the areas she took us to. Our flight back to Broome with Jayden, our pilot, was the highlight of our day. The owners of the company - Leopold - were wonderful and took us back to our hotel when were landed. We would happily recommend flying back to Broome.
Cape Le Veveque is gorgeous. For the drive it would be nice to spend a couple of days up there instead of just the day tour. We did do the Optional return flight which is spectacular.