Tour Cape Leveque, which lies at the end of what used to be one of the worst roads in the Kimberley, on the very tip of the Dampier Peninsula north of Broome in Western Australia, in one of the remotest corners of the world. It is a rough drive getting to Cape Leveque, but you will forget about it the moment you arrive. A 13m high lighthouse was erected at Cape Leveque back in 1912 and has become an icon of the region, looking out over the peninsula and being a major reason why, despite its remoteness, the area is attracting an increasing number of visitors each year.
An oasis in the desert sands, red earth and thick bush, Cape Leveque can be reached by self-driving a 4WD for 4 hours from Broome itself, or also by air. Scenic flights are also available across the archipelago from Broome. Take a trip out to the tip of the Dampier Peninsula and visit the Cape Leveque Lighthouse for the amazing coast and cliffside views.