Caravan to Cape Leveque?

by David Richardson
(Melbourne)

Is it possible to tow an "off road" caravan to Cape Leveque? We have towed it to Bamaga without drama.
David R

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Feb 03, 2009
Cape Leveque Road
by: Birgit

Hi David,
Most of the Cape Leveque Road is sealed. The unsealed stretch that is left may be in excellent condition when you get there, or it may be horrible.

The area is all sand and the corrugations can get dreadful. But as long as you drive to the conditions there is nothing on the main road that would cause problems for a tough off road caravan.

So if you want to take it, take it easy, drop your tyres to soften the ride and you should be fine.

Having said that, you should be aware that you will not be able to get the van into all of the campgrounds on the peninsula. Some of the tracks are pretty sandy.

Also, caravans are not welcome at Kooljaman Resort at Cape Leveque. (I would recommend you try Middle Lagoon instead.)

Jan 11, 2017
Caravaning Cape Levegue
by: Vince Burling

We left our van in Broome & tented it to the cape, so glad we did. The road is rough but ok for any good off road van. The problem is getting into the caravan camping areas, the access roads are very sandy & soft, towing a heavy off road van could be a problem because if you are unlucky enough to get stuck help can be very expensive.

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