When you travel through the
region, you are asked to respect the land, the culture and the privacy of the
Peninsula people. You are asked to observe all no entry signs on private roads,
this will minimise visitor impact on law grounds, burial sites and traditional
fishing grounds. Always drive slowly when entering communities and no not wander
uninvited into residential areas.
The route includes some 200 km of unsealed
road, that includes sandy sections and corrugations. A 4WD vehicle is strongly
recommended when travelling this route, as the road is not suitable for
caravans. You should allow 3 1/2 hours for the drive from Broome to Cape Leveque,
and check with the visitor centre, as during the summer wet season the road can
Drop into the Broome and Derby Visitor Centres for additional
information and purchase a copy of the Dampier Peninsula Travellers Guide, well
worth the small outlay.
You will need to book accommodation in advance (there
is no free camping). Dogs are not allowed.
Check out our listing of
Dampier Peninsula accommodation and
Unique North accommodation.
In addition to our listed online travel guide information, contact the local
tourism visitor centre for your destination for more attractions, tours, local
maps and other information.