Cape Leveque road is now sealed!
Whether you hire a 4x4, put your own to the test or go on a guided tour, a trip up the Dampier Peninsula or Broome's fantastic northern beaches such as James Price Point is an unforgettable experience. Turn off at Manari Road to visit Willie Creek Pearl Farm, or continue on to Beagle Bay. North of Beagle Bay, turn onto the Middle Lagoon Road to venture to Pender Bay. Lombadina community is also along the way to Kooljaman at Cape Leveque.
The turnoff to Cape Leveque road is located approximately 20 kilometres from Broome, on the Broome Road.
The newly sealed Broome-Cape Leveque Road has improved access through the Dampier Peninsula to Aboriginal communities, pastoral stations, pearling industries and tourist destinations. High clearance, 4x4 vehicles are still needed if you plan to access many of the locations, as the access roads into locations off the road are unsealed. Read this information from the Road Safety Commission to stay safe in the Dampier Peninsula.
Update: We would also like to advise that Restricted Travel in Remote Aboriginal Communities in the Kimberley are in effect due to Covid-19 restrictions. Please read more about what is and isn't open here.
If you are unsure, please pop into the Broome Visitor Centre before you venture into these areas.
For more information on the Dampier Peninsula and your Ardi experience get in touch with the Broome Visitor Centre on 08 9195 2200 or explore the tour and accommodation options below.
The Dampier Peninsula is a unique area of outstanding beauty, rich in history and culture and wilderness.