Western Australia Travel
In Western Australia and just North of Broome you’ll find the landscape of Cape Leveque. It’s a remote place and most roads to get there are unsealed. But this is changing already and soon the whole road will be drivable by any car. This will change the atmosphere for sure and the trip to Kooljaman won’t be adventurous anymore.
Kooljaman lies 220 km north of Broome and there are two Aborigine communities who are also the joint owner of the accommodation with camp sites and luxury safari tents.
A great stop on the way is the Middle Lagoon. Have a break and snorkel, swim and enjoy the beautiful lagoon. It also belongs to an Aborigine Community, so you’ve got to pay a small fee.
You should bring your own food to Kooljaman, because the next supermarket is in Broome. You’ll be just able to buy frozen bread or tinned goods in the general store. From Easter thru mid October, you can enjoy a great lunch or dinner at the Dinkas Restaurant. There you could also order a self contained breakfast.
The highlight is definitely the sunrise and sunset. Or enjoy swimming in azure waters, spectacular walks, bush tucker tours, whale and dolphin watching or bird spotting. Go fishing or book a cultural tour or just do nothing and relax. You’ve got a lot of possibilities at Kooljaman.