Aerial image taken at 16.39 S 122.92 E
The northernmost tip of the remote Dampier Peninsula, pristine Cape Leveque is known for its striking colour. Red-rock cliffs fusing with bone-white beaches and an aqua blue sea. Wild turtles and a multitude of sea-birds nest along the shoreline, while whales regularly arrive to give birth, rest and play among the sheltered islands in the area.
We recognise and acknowledge the Bardi people as the traditional custodians of this land.