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Cape Leveque Airport

Cape Leveque is a beautiful hidden pocket of the Kimberley, located on the tip of the Dampier Peninsula. A drive from Broome to Cape Leveque includes some 200 kilometres of unsealed road characterised by corrugations and sandy sections, so a four wheel drive vehicle is strongly recommended for travel and the road is not suitable for caravans. You will need to allow three and a half hours for the drive from Broome to Cape Leveque and during the summer wet season the road will sometimes be closed to traffic.

Please respect the land, culture and privacy of the local Aboriginal people. Drive slowly when entering communities and do not wander uninvited into residential areas.

There is excellent swimming, fishing and diving. Fly/drive tours, scenic flights, four wheel drive day tours and overnight tours are available from Broome. Aboriginal bushtucker and mud-crabbing tours available. Charter boats offer full and half day fishing, and picnic tours to Sunday Island.


Cape Leveque Airport
Photo credit: Fran West - Australian Continent Circumnavigator on Ozflight '99
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Cape Leveque Airport
Photo credit: Kirkhope Aviation
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