Natures Hideaway at Middle Lagoon is a low impact coastal camp offering stunning views over Pender Bay. It is conveniently located on the Dampier Peninsula, just two and a half hours drive north of Broome. Surrounded by beautiful beaches and native bush, Middle Lagoon is a pristine paradise with easy beach access, where you can fully enjoy the peace and tranquillity.
There is a range of accommodation types to suit all tastes and budgets including the Homestead, cabins with or without ensuites, beach camping shelters and a spacious campground.
Middle Lagoon has a small shop, a beach suitable for boat launching, a lovely swimming bay, large ablution facilities, hot and cold freshwater showers, flushing toilets, laundry facilities and a public telephone.
THINGS TO DO
There are many activities you may wish to do at your own leisure including beach walking, swimming, fishing, snorkelling, bird watching, reef walking, enjoying a sunset and whale spotting (between July & October).
Nearby, you can visit the beautiful pearl shell church at Beagle Bay community, dine in the Whalesong Cafe at Munget or take a drive up to Lombadina or Cape Leveque to see the sites and enjoy the wide range of facilities. Kooljaman at Cape Leveque offers a number of land and sea tours as well as having a brand new restaurant on site.
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 and is only suitable for four wheel
drive vehicles. Check road conditions with the Broome Visitor Centre (08 9192 2222) or the Shire of Broome before departing.
Middle Lagoon operates year round, and bookings are essential.