Conditions of Use
Middle Lagoon is 180 kilometres north of Broome via the Cape Leveque Road. Allow for at least two and a half hours. Please note that the road is unsealed from the main Cape Leveque turnoff and is only suitable for four wheel access. It is very sandy and corrugated in places and care is needed to navigate the road, especially if you are towing.: • Check road conditions with the Broome Visitor Centre (08 9192 2222) or the Shire of Broome before departing. Please contact us on 0499 085 086 should you require further information. Please note: • Alcohol is not available for sale, you are welcome to bring your own from Broome for personal consumption, however we encourage you to drink responsibly.• There is mobile phone reception at Middle Lagoon, but internet connection can be patchy. • There are basic medical services in Beagle Bay, however the nearest hospital is in Broome. • Fuel is available at Djarindjin Roadhouse (24 hour self-serve pay by card) and some communities such as Beagle Bay, Lombadina and Ardyaloon during office opening hours. Check first as these communities may be closed with COVID restrictions. • Middle Lagoon has a basic kiosk selling hot takeway food and coffee. We also sell bait, ice, bread and milk, plus drinks and icecreams. • A full range of fresh foods, bread and cooking supplies are available at Beagle Bay (subject to COVID restrictions) and there are two large supermarkets in Broome.• Drinking water is perfectly fine to drink.• Please minimise noise after 10 pm at night.• Office hours are 8am to 4.30pm everyday. If you are likely to arrive outside of this time, please call ahead so we can make arrangements.• Power is for camp fridges and lighting only THINGS TO BRING • Clothing guide: long sleeved shirts and pants are recommended during the dry season as it can cool off in the evenings. We ask guests to take note of cultural sensitivities when going to the local community (t-shirts or singlet’s and shorts are considered acceptable). Light, cotton clothing is recommended. VISITOR PROTOCOLS • Always ask permission before taking photographs of people.• Please do not remove any objects that belong on Aboriginal Land eg. Shells, seeds, plants, rocks etc.