• Permits


    & Sacred Sites

The Cape Leveque Road is a public road. However, you will be passing through Native Title Land and private land leases. It passes through the Beagle Bay, Djarindjin and Ardyaloon 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.


Many families welcome visitors to camp on their outstation. Camping fees range usually from $15 - $20 per person. Always book ahead to ensure they are expecting you and never camp anywhere on the Peninsula without permission, it is Aboriginal land and hefty fines apply. If you are going camping on outstations, be fully prepared. Check with your host to find out what you need to bring and ask if they have power or fresh water available in their camping area.

Travel Information & Contacts

Emergencies and First Aid

RFDS referrals are required to see the clinic nurses first. Clinics are located at Beagle Bay, Ardyaloon and Lombadina. If you are likely to require air lifting, take note of your nearest airstrip. Except in extreme emergencies, Ardyaloon, Lombadina and Beagle Bay are the only suitable airstrips for the RFDS to land.
Prepare for extreme weather, emergencies and breakdowns. Plan ahead and make sure your vehicle is in good condition. Always carry a first aid kit, at least one spare tyre, plenty of food and water and make sure someone is expecting you. Drive according to road conditions and leave yourself plenty of time to get to your destination. Only drive on designated roads. Be sun smart and protect yourself from bites and stings.

Visiting Communities & Outstations

Always book ahead no and check with your hosts if there are any permit requirements for the places you intend to visit.
Most communities welcome visitors on certain days of the week (usually Monday to Friday), though will sometimes close to visitors on weekends, and at other times for cultural ceremonies or funerals.
Always call ahead to check communities are open before visiting.

Emergency Contacts

Djarindjin Police Station: (08) 9192 4590
Broome Police Station: (08) 9194 2222
Police: 000

Beagle Bay Health Clinic: (08) 9192 4914
Lombadina Community Health Service: (08) 9192 4935
Ardyaloon – One Arm Point Community Health Clinic: (08) 9192 4929
Broome Hospital (08) 9194 0200
Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS): 1800 625 800
Ambulance: 000

Department of Fire & Emergency Services (DFES): 13 DFES (13 3337)
State Emergency Services (SES): 132 500
Broome Fire & Emergency Services: (08) 9158 3200
Fire: 000

Borderforce: 1800 009 623
Department of Fisheries: 1300 374 731 (1300 DPIRD1)
FishWatch: 1800 815 507