Permits & Sacred Sites

The Cape Leveque Road is a public road. It passes through the Beagle Bay, Djarindjin and One Arm Point Aboriginal reserves.

These reserves are protected under part III of the Aboriginal Affairs Planning Authority Act 1972 and entry permits are required.

The entry road into Beagle Bay Community is a public road.

People may travel through these reserves to other destinations if they have permission (or a booking) but should not turn on to any side roads or other property.

Please always observe road signs and stay out of prohibited areas. There are a number of significant sites on the peninsula, and fines apply to anyone who
disregards signs.

  • Bookings are essential for all overnight stays and camping
  • No free camping or camping outside of designated campgrounds
  • No dogs
  • No alcohol for sale – check with your hosts if you can BYO

Transport, Transfers and Tours

Whether you want to hire a 4WD vehicle, off-road camper trailer or camping equipment, get a transfer or join a guided tour either by road or air, the locals at the Broome Visitor Centre are the Ardi experts.

They can book your transport, tours, activities and accommodation and help you plan your perfect Dampier Peninsula itinerary at the best available price.

Contact Broome Visitor Centre

Phone: (08) 91 95 22 00
Address: 1 Hamersley Street, Broome
Come and have a chat and a coffee at the Visitor Centre,

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