Tour Code: PKAC

Intrepid Cape Leveque Experience

3 Days, Broome to Broome. Experience the wild beauty of Western Australia on this three-day coastal tour of the Kimberley. Visit a Bardi community and learn how to rustle up some bush tucker before feasting on a traditional outback feed of billy tea and damper.

Fitness Level (1-4):

Tour Fitness level 2 out of 4

Tour Highlights:

  • Discover the traditional Bardi saltwater culture
  • Feast at a beachside barbecue
  • Bush-bash down red dusty roads
  • Experience the untamed wilderness of the Australian Outback
  • Explore the dramatic coastline of the Kimberley
  • Visit the Western Australian Lombadina community
  • Bushwalk along the rugged red coastline

Tour Points

Bus Type: Medium
Accomodation: Camping with Facilities
Group Size: 20
Departs: 6:30am Broome
Returns: 6:00pm Broome
Bring: camera, hat, water bottle, swimwear

Meals:

Breakfasts:2
Lunches:3
Dinners:2


Tour Information

Days 1-2 Broome/Cape Leveque
Depart Broome and head for the Dampier Peninsula - an extraordinary blend of pristine beaches and dramatic coastlines that is rich in traditional Aboriginal culture and teeming with iconic Australian wildlife. Head out along rugged 4x4 tracks and learn about this exhilarating terrain from our expert commentary. Make a stop at the Beagle Bay Aboriginal community, home of the Beagle Bay Church, and admire its glimmering pearl shell altar before continuing further to the laidback Lombadina community. After a huge day of sightseeing, relax and unwind by making camp at Cape Leveque and falling asleep to the sound of ocean waves. The next day, stretch the legs and discover local bush tucker on a guided bushwalk through Western Australia's traditional Bardi saltwater country. There's also the option of joining a snorkelling, fishing or sea kayaking adventure or simply kicking back on one of the cape's magnificent beaches and relax. Enjoy a flame-grilled dinner then sleep under the Kimberley sky.

Day 3 One Arm Point/Broome
Enjoy breakfast amid the picturesque surrounds of the Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm before journeying to the One Arm Point community to witness the Buccaneer Archipelago's huge tidal flows. Visit the community's aquaculture hatchery, complete with barramundi and pearl and trochus shells. After soaking up all that this fascinating area has to offer, wave goodbye and head back to Broome.

Please bring a sleeping bag or hire one for AUD$25. Please enquire at time of booking.