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Cape Leveque Tours

Choose from 2 Day or 3 Day Photography Experience. Or longer if you like!

Cape Leveque is the tip of the Dampier Peninsula some 200kms north of Broome, known for it's aboriginal culture and it's stunning coastal scenery.

We will have the opportunity for a range of images including landscape and wildlife.  It's good to be prepared for whatever nature will throw at us.  The sunset locations are magnificent with rich Pindan cliffs overlooking the Indian Ocean, and the night skies are amazingly clear so we make the most of our astro photography opportunities.

Our days will revolve around the sunrise and sunset, the big tides and of course the time of year, so a flexible itinerary is a must in this region. 

We visit Ardyaloon Community at One Arm Point where you have the opportunity to photograph some amazing landscapes and massive tidal movements as the ocean pushes through the islands of King Sound.    

For people with limited time there is our 2 DAY PHOTOGRAPHY ADVENTURE that covers the photographic essentials of the area.  You'll get to the right place at the right time with plenty of scope for creativity.

With the 3 DAY PHOTOGRAPHY EXPERIENCE you can join an Indigenous tour to special spots that are only accessible with a local guide.   Plus we offer optional tours; a scenic flight to the Horizontal Falls that will take off from Kooljaman airstrip for a spectacular flight over the 1,000 island of the Buccaneer Archipelago; or a whale watching cruise (June to Sept) to get amazing Humpback Whale interaction shots.

Please talk to us as there are a range of accommodation options and we specialise in small group tours.  Departure dates are flexible and can be arranged quickly.

Minimum 2 and a maximum of 4 photographers; ensuring personalised photography tuition and guidance.

Cost from $1,300


Some of the topics that will be covered:

  • • Landscape
  • • Night sky techniques
  • • Wildlife and bird techniques
  • • Filters
  • • Sunrise/sunsets
  • • Long exposure
  • • Exposure and metering techniques
  • • Lighting
  • • HDR techniques
  • • Composition

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