Western Australia’s affordable beach accommodation – campsite

Where is it?

Cape Leveque, WA Far North Coast. Located 220 kilometres north of Broome on the tip of Dampier Peninsula, this luxury camp is jointly owned by Djarindjin and One Arm Point Aboriginal communities. There is a variety of nature-based activities available including bush-tucker tours, mud crabbing, snorkelling, and scenic flights over the Buccaneer Archipelago.

What’s it like?

The Kooljaman Campground encompasses 26 powered and unpowered sites, including Beach Camping Shelters, Mini Safari Tents and Campground Units. It features some shade cover, wood barbecues, laundry and toilet facilties, and is open to tents, camper trailers and campervans, but not caravans. There are also affordable log cabins nearby, as well as an on-site restaurant and general store.

How much does it cost?

Unpowered campsites from $18 per adult per night ($5 extra per outlet for power), Mini Safari Tents from $60 per night twin-share, Beach Camping Shelters from $65 per night twin-share, Campground Units from $110 per night twin-share and Log Cabins from $140 per night twin-share. Superior options available; two-night minimum stay for all accommodation.

The details

Cape Leveque via Broome, WA. (08) 9192 4970;
kooljaman.com.au