Cape Leveque north of Broome
One of the most beautiful coastlines I have ever seen, Cape Leveque landscape has the wow factor at sunset. The way the setting sun from across the Indian Ocean straddles the coastline is just breathtaking. Only a few hours from Broome, though on a not to good road that made you think you are in a sand trap. This takes away the 70 or so bad dirt road from Broome that I traveled earlier that day. The road was a bit like a bob sled channel except much larger and full of sand. I was not able to camp at the site near the actual beach and was disappointed with the developing camping area where I stayed.
Cape Leveque is just a few hours from Broome (Western Australia) on the Dampier Peninsula which is in the Kimberley. Cape Leveque is about 250 kilometres north of Broome and was discovered by William Dampier in 1688. later in 1912 a 13m high Light House was built in 1912.
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