Our trip to Cape Leveque

by Baz & Judie

We went to Cape Leveque with 2 friends, and bounced along the 220kms there, with heads banging on the windows and the carfridge (polystyrene) squeaking in pain all the way.

Was it worth it? OH YES IT WAS! It was amazinging beautiful and so peaceful. Of course when you do a trip like this you don't expect to get bogged in the sand, but we did. However, we were able to get out. We then had to drive back the 220 kms to Broome and civilisation, bouncing and carfridge squeaking all along the way.

Would we do it again - YES YOU BET WE WOULD.

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by: Birgit

Thanks for writing, Baz and Judie! And glad you had fun. Bounce on :-)

Road to Cape Leveque
by: Marg

Are they doing up the road to Cape Leveque? Oh no! Leave it as it is! It was part of the adventure, up and down corrugations and it was absolute heaven when we got there. But doing up the road will commercialise it and take some of the adventure away. Plus, there will be caravans and more campers there, so, leave it as it is.

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