Broome and Dampier Peninsula

The Kimberley region of Western Australia has a wild and remote coastline that means thorough preparations are vital before embarking on a kayaking trip. But the many islands, long sandy beaches, and coves and shoals, also make it an exciting kayaking destination. The gateway to the Kimberley is Broome, and from here there are many options for the adventurous kayaker heading north to the Dampier Peninsula. Kayaking from Roebuck Bay around the red cliffs of Gantheaume Point to the clear, blue waters off Cable Beach is a wonderful experience. Further up the Dampier Peninsula is Cape Leveque, where you can launch your kayak from pretty much anywhere off the main beach and kayak in either direction. A terrific way to spend your time is to take your kayak out fishing and, at high tide, anchor your kayak and snorkel in the warm waters.

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