Visit Cape Lévêque, Dampier Peninsula, Australia
A string of deserted beaches washed by cobalt blue waters make this remote peninsula of Aboriginal land north of Broome a very special place.
In this beautiful setting the resident Aboriginal communities invite visitors to experience their lifestyle and learn of their traditional fishing methods.
Exploring Cape Lévêque
Beagle Bay is home to the delightful Sacred Heart Church, built in 1917 by the Pallotine monks, while Middle Lagoon is one of the most beautiful secluded beaches we have seen.
Teetering on the very northern tip, Cape Lévêque itself is resplendent, with sparkling waters that see humpback whales on their annual migration (July and October) while the sunsets blaze with colour all year round against the red pindan cliffs.
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A multi award-winning Aboriginal owned wilderness camp, Kooljaman at Cape Leveque is a beautiful, remote paradise offering a quiet place to get away from it all.