220kms north of Broome, Kooljaman is best described as a unique off-the-grid wilderness camp located on Native Title land sustained by solar power and local bore water. Our low-impact accommodation has been specifically designed to capture the rugged character and beauty of Bardi Jawi country, and reflects the Aboriginal values of caring for land and country. Surrounded by a diversity of natural wonders, the amazing wildlife, vast array of marine life and the stunning coastline makes this a truly unique place to experience.
The two surrounding Aboriginal Communities of Djarindjin and Ardyaloon (One Arm Point) jointly own Kooljaman, making it proudly 100% Indigenous Owned. The Communities have developed the camp in line with the community’s aspirations and their inherent knowledge of the land.
Guests can enjoy snorkelling with a beautiful array of tropical fish life, swimming in crystal clear blue waters, fishing, photography, beachcombing for unique shells, whale watching, bird spotting or the most popular activity of all – doing nothing but soaking up the sheer tranquillity and beauty of the surrounds.
Choose between a range of accommodations. Our pick of the bunch are the safari tented cabins. With each safari tent individually named after significant Bardi Jawi people and places, they have been specifically created with the environment in mind. Our Safari Tents run on solar power, with generator backup, and are supplied with local bore water to maintain a low impact on country.
Relax on your spacious balcony as you enjoy panoramic ocean views and cook up a storm on the BBQ. Located within seconds’ walk to the Cape Leveque Lighthouse and the historic boardwalk, our Safari Tents are designed to give a no-fuss upgraded camping experience to those who prefer to maintain basic luxuries, such as an en-suite bathroom and private fridge.