A visit to the Dampier Peninsula means entering Aboriginal Land. The drive from
Broome to Cape Leveque includes some 200 km of unsealed road (read corrugations
and sandy sections). Visitors will need to allow anywhere up to 4 hours to cover
the distance. During the ‘wet season’ (late September to late May) the road may
Whilst in the Dampier Peninsula region you are asked to respect the
land, the culture and the privacy of local Aboriginal people. Although some
communities and outstations have embraced tourism, access within the area is
still restricted. It is important you observe all ‘no entry’ signs on private
roads, to minimise visitor impact on law grounds, burial sights and traditional
Please drive slowly when entering communities and do not wander uninvited
into residential areas.
In addition to our listed online travel guide information, contact the local tourism visitor centre for your destination for more attractions, tours, local maps and other information.