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Kooljaman at Cape Leveque, Broome

Located 220 kilometres north of Broome on the Dampier Peninsula, Kooljaman at Cape Leveque is situated on a beautiful part of the coastline dominated by spectacular Pindan cliffs. It is a remote paradise offering a quiet place to get away from it all.

Kooljaman has developed accommodation and activities to suit a wide range of budgets. Ranging from deluxe safari tents with spectacular views of the ocean, charming cabins, budget units and our popular palm fronded beach shelters. If you prefer to camp you could pitch your tent in our campground, choosing between shady sites or sites with scenic views over Western beach.

Enjoy take-away style lunches overlooking the ocean and in the evening dine out on the verandah at Dinka’s, our seasonal restaurant (April – October). Continental and full breakfasts are available for guests in bedded accommodation. A small general store sells basic items throughout the season.

Scenic flights over the Buccaneer Archipelago and the Sunday Island scenic boat charter are great ways to see this spectacular area and leave regularly from Kooljaman.

Enjoy tranquil beaches, try your luck fishing, hire a dinghy, go snorkeling off our reef, join local Aboriginal guides on a bush tucker tour or simply relax and enjoy our remote wilderness camp.

Accommodation Options

Safari Tent – Double

Not to be confused with traditional camping! These huge tents are built high on the hillside nestled below the lighthouse with unobstructed panoramic ocean views. Set up with resort style queen sized beds and beautiful aboriginal print bed linen; all tents have their own bathrooms and kitchenettes. Each tent has an outdoor setting and a gas barbecue on a shaded jarrah deck, quality fixtures and fittings throughout and a full size fridge/freezer.

Ensuite Cabin

Charming cabins, set in a bush garden with big opening shutters and their own bathroom. Located no more than 20 metres to the water’s edge. All have linen provided and sleep up to five people. Each cabin has a fridge/freezer, tea and coffee facilities, ceiling fans, mosquito nets, outdoor setting and barbecue.

Log Cabin

Constructed out of local bush poles with big opening shutters, most have beautiful views and are no more than 50 metres to the water’s edge. Each cabin has four single beds with bed linen supplied. Bathroom facilities are shared between two cabins. Each cabin has a fridge/freezer, tea and coffee facilities, ceiling fans, mosquito nets, outdoor setting and barbecue.

Campground Unit

Located within the campground, these basic units contain ceiling fans, fridge/freezer, tea and coffee facilities, comfortable beds and bed linen. There is an outdoor setting and gas barbecue at each unit. Ablution facilities are located nearby and shared with the campers.

Dome Tent

Located within the campground and contain a fan, futon bed and chest of drawers. Guests can either bring their own bed linen or hire the bed linen for only $5.00. The bed configuration is either a double bed or two single beds. A verandah, complete with a couple of chairs our located outside the dome tent. Ablution and cooking facilites and a refrigerator/freezer are located nearby, which is shared with other campers.

Safari Tent – Family

As for Safari Tent – Double, with the addition of 2 extra single beds.



  • Caravan and Camping

Popular Activities

  • Off Road Driving
  • Bird Watching
  • Bush Walking
  • Driving
  • Fishing - Beach
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  • Fishing - Deep Sea
  • Fossicking
  • Scenic Flight
  • Snorkelling
  • Adventure
  • Beach
  • Diving
  • Fishing
  • Off Road Driving
  • Reef
  • Wilderness
  • Wildlife

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