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Roughly 20km away enjoy sheltered
bays and the tidal creeks of the King
Sound. Stay at a secluded beach in
an eco tent or a pearlers cabin on
the stunning eastern side of the
peninsula. Fish, snorkel or take a
long walk and enjoy the peaceful
surrounds. Jump on a pearl farm
patrol and explore a working farm
or sit and chat to a modern-day
pearler any night of the week at a
mess dinner. Head out on the water
and see whirlpools, rapids and the
incredible tides. A cafe is open in
season with room service options
available. There’s no camping, but
day trippers are welcome.
KOOLJAMAN AT CAPE LEVEQUE
Just 15km away is Cape Leveque, one of the only places the sun both rises and
sets over the ocean. Stay at a beach shack or camp on the clifftops – safari
tents, log cabins and units are available. Take a cultural tour, or relax in the
pristine surrounds. There’s a restaurant, cafe and general store on site. It’s a
short drive to the One Arm Point community and the hatchery where fish,
turtles and trochus are bred and released into nature. Enjoy the view from
Round Rock lookout and cool off in the crystal-clear waters at Jologo Beach.
80km up the road is a picturesque community with plenty of cultural
experiences. Kayak to beautiful offshore snorkelling spots, go mud crabbing
or take an ancient footprints tour to learn about history and culture. Visit
the old church made from bloodwood, mangroves and paperbark or watch
locals create traditional artwork. The community sells petrol, has an airstrip,
a medical clinic and a shop, and sells wood-fired bread (baked Monday,
Wednesday and Friday). Take a day trip or stay in self-contained units
(bookings essential). There is no camping and no boat launching.
Cygnet Bay as seen from the air
(Photography Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm).
The western beach at Cape Leveque
(Photography Simon McBeth).
The white-sand beaches at Lombadina
(Photography Lombadina Community).
Ph: (08) 9192 6195
One Day Cape Leveque tour with visit to Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm
This unique tour includes a visit to Australia’s oldest operating Pearl Farm at Cygnet Bay.
Learn about the pearling industry and take the opportunity to purchase pearls “direct from
the farm”. The day also includes visits to the aboriginal communities of Beagle Bay and One
Arm Point and the pristine beaches of Cape Leveque. Go swimming, fossick for shells or
just relax. Extended 2&3 Day tours are also available with indigenous guided activities such
as mud crabbing, shore fishing or sea kayaking.
PMB 8, Cape Leveque, Via Broome
Ph: (08) 9192 4970
firstname.lastname@example.org www.kooljaman.com .au
KOOLJAMAN AT CAPE LEVEQUE
Multi-Award Winning Aboriginal Owned Wilderness Camp
Kooljaman at Cape Leveque is a wilderness camp owned by the One Arm Point and
Djarindjin Aboriginal communities. Kooljaman is surrounded by a spectacular coastline and
stunning beaches, visitors can choose to stay in well appointed safari tents, charming log
cabins or traditional palm frond shelters on the beach or camping in the campground. A
diverse range of nature based activities are available; including boat tours, scenic flights
and authentic Aboriginal cultural tours. Facilities include an alfresco Restaurant, open from
April to October, a general store selling a range of souvenirs and basic goods.
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