Eating Out

Whether it’s a la carte restaurant dining with spectacular ocean views or foraging for seasonal bush foods on a cultural tour, be sure to sample the many
unique culinary experiences on offer.

  • It is advisable to bring food and beverage supplies with you.
  • Basic supplies can be bought at all community stores.
  • No alcohol can be bought on the peninsula.
  • Most accommodation allow you to BYO but please do check ahead.
    Supplies for lunches can be bought at Beagle Bay, Lombadina, Kooljaman, Djarindjin and Ardyloon.

From A La Carte to Catch & Cook

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Kooljaman

Raugi’s Restaurant

Dry Season (May – October) 7 am till late
Wet Season Open Breakfast & Lunch only

Kooljaman Café:

Dry season: 8am-3pm

Balaky’s Pizza:

Dry Season Wednesday & Saturday 5.30pm to 8 pm

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Cygnet Bay

Cygnet Bay Restaurant:

Open to all visitors to the peninsula for breakfast, lunch and dinner during Dry Season with limited offerings during the Wet.

Relax in our licenced restaurant with stunning views over the bay, cool off in the pool and even try the rare delicacy of pearl meat fresh from the farm.

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Djarindjin Community

Djarindjin Roadhouse:

Takeaway food is available.

TEL: +61447513123

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Alcohol

No takeaway alcohol is sold anywhere on the peninsula, check with your hosts if it is acceptable to bring your own alcohol.

Eating out in Cape Leveque
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Eating Out and cook
Eating Out a la carte in Dampier Peninsula
Eating Out catch and cook