Kooljaman at Cape Leveque

Aboriginal owned, this resort sits in a sensational spot on the tip of the Dampier Peninsula, 220 kilometres from Broome. It offers accommodation from beach shelters with sand floors, to comfortable safari tents with ensuites and kitchens, and the resort is about 75 per cent solar-powered. The safari tents are on raised platforms to minimise damage to the environment, stocked with soaps made by local schoolchildren, and are constructed of recycled timbers. You can swim and snorkel here yearround – they have not yet had a problem with crocodiles or stingers.

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(08) 9192 4970


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