Stretching 220km north of Broome along the newly sealed Cape Leveque Road, the Dampier Peninsula is a unique area of outstanding beauty, rich in history and culture and unspoilt wilderness. You will find small Aboriginal Communities on Native Title Land and Australia’s oldest operating pearl farm. It is the perfect getaway for the adventurous traveller, nature enthusiast or those looking for a secluded beachfront escape.
Part of the Kimberley region of Western Australia, the Dampier Peninsula is remote and isolated but richly populated with native plants and animals and blessed with some of the finest beaches, fishing, swimming and snorkelling waters in the world. The Dampier Peninsula is rapidly earning an international reputation as an unique and outstanding holiday destination.