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Cape Leveque 4WD Tour from Broome with Optional Return Flight

  • Learn about the red desert landscape from your driver/guide
  • Lunch at Cape Leveque is provided
  • Choose to return to Broome by 4WD or plane
Cape Leveque 4WD Tour from Broome with Optional Return Flight
From US$197.84
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Head to Cape Leveque on a 4-wheel-drive vehicle during this day adventure from Broome. Explore the remote landscape and take in the area’s scenery, including white-sand beaches, red cliffs, and the Indian Ocean. Enjoy a picnic lunch at the cape, along with a swim. Return to Broome either by 4WD or plane, depending on the option chosen when booking.
What to Expect
Get picked up at your Broome hotel before embarking on your day trip to Cape Leveque, which is located in the northernmost tip of Western Australia’s Kimberley region. It's part of Aboriginal-owned land that’s surrounded by the Indian Ocean.

Learn about the area from your driver/guide, as you travel across the red desert that is only accessible by dirt tracks. Along the way, stop at the Beagle Bay Aboriginal Community for tea and check out the Beagle Bay church’s pearl-shell altar. Following that, head north to the One Arm Point Community for a view of the Buccaneer Archipelago.

Once you reach Cape Leveque, grab a picnic lunch, see the rocky coastline, and take a dip in the ocean. Then, either return to Broome on the 4WD or via a direct flight, depending on the option you selected when booking.
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1 - 5 of 8 reviews

Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
The rich colour of the Kimberley is on show

What a great day trip into the communities of the Dampier peninsula and Cape Leveque. The rich colour of the Kimberley is on show, the stops / visits ‘ as per the brochure’ were well paced and informative, the food was great and to be...More

Thank Mark R
Reviewed 10 July 2018

The drive up from Broome was a great experience. 4 x 4 needed. Accommodation at Cygnet Bay pearl farm under canvas was very well set up with great facilities. The day trip to the "Horizontal Falls, Fantastic, cant recommend it enough. Muas have the right...More

1  Thank petercB3832OD
Reviewed 4 July 2018
Memorable drive, pearls, giant tides, and flight.

Lyndsay was a great driver, and a very informative tour guide with humour thrown in. It really was a chiropractic journey on the the Cape Leveque road but she found the best way along the 90km pindan dirt road. I added Cygnet Bay Pearl tour...More

Thank Marilyn6502
Reviewed 17 June 2018
Cape Leveque

Did this day trip and throughly enjoyed it, many thanks to Ross who was a wealth of information, great driver. Recommend it to all.

Thank Marie H
Reviewed 8 June 2018
Good day trip

We did the one day trip to Cape Leveque and even though it's a long day it is broken up with enough stops so you're not sitting on the bus for too long at a time. You get morning tea, lunch & afternoon tea. Our...More

1  Thank Lynley M
KimberleyWild, Manager at Kimberley Wild Expeditions, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago

Thank you Lynley M for taking the time to leave a review. Its good to receive your feedback and that you had a good day with our guide Shaun.

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Margaret T
9 May 2018|
Response from atlas101 |
Hi Margaret. We used 21 or 25 seats Isuzu 4WD trucks. Group size is therefore either 20 or 24, though we average 12.
Margaret T
9 May 2018|
Response from Goldrichie | Reviewed this property |
It is a large 4WD drive bus - I estimate it seats about 16 people all up. It is very well fitted out with excellent food serving facilities. Ride is pretty comfortable but road is rough in parts. It is a long day but well... More