• Local Art

    Local Art

    & Artefacts

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When you buy local art you are supporting the enterprise development of the Aboriginal people on the Dampier Peninsula. Local artists are gaining prominence in the art world, and you may have an opportunity to meet with the artists and craftsmen and watch them work.

 Come visit the Dampier Peninsula and share unforgettable experiences... See you soon!

There is NO FREE CAMPING anywhere on the peninsula.
BOOKINGS ARE ESSENTIAL if you are staying overnight.

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Ardi'ol Art & Culture

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Ardyaloon Hatchery & Aquaculture Centre

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Banana Well Getaway

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Beagle Bay Community

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Borrgoron Coast to Creek Tours

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Brian Lee Tagalong Tours

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Bundy's Cultural Tours

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Chile Creek Community Stay

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Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm

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Djarindjin Campground

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Gnylmarung Retreat

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Goombaragin Eco Retreat

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Gumbanan Wilderness Retreat

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Kimberley Cultural Adventures

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Kooljaman at Cape Leveque

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Mercedes Cove Exclusive Coastal Retreat

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Nature's Hideaway Middle Lagoon

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Oolin Sunday Island Cultural Tours

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Pender Bay Escape

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Smithy's Seaside Campground

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Southern Cross Cultural Tour at Lullumb

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bardi jawi gaarra MARINE PARK

Declared a National Park with Habitat Protection in 2018, the Marine Park is a hotspot for marine wildlife such as dolphins, whales, turtles and dugong. Encompassing some 74,000 square kilometres, with depths from less than 15 metres to 800 metres, the sea country of the Bardi Jawi and Nyul Nyul peoples extends into Marine Park.

Humpback whales migrate up the Kimberley Coast resting in several bays along the western side of the peninsula from July through to November. Spectacular breaching and whale activity can often be seen close up to the shore. A rich diversity of tropical fish and rays exists on the limestone reefs and the shallow rock pools.

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TRAVELLING Through Ardi

When you travel through the Dampier Peninsula you are travelling on Aboriginal lands. The area is almost entirely made up of Native Title Land, while communities and outstations are all on private leases.
On occasion, communities may close for cultural or other reasons, for this reason you should always call ahead to confirm a community is open before visiting.

There is NO FREE CAMPING anywhere on the peninsula.
BOOKINGS ARE ESSENTIAL if you are staying overnight.