Leeman sits on turquoise waters, white sandy beaches and offshore islands harbouring a great diversity of marine life. The picturesque coastline offers great conditions for an array of water activities, Leeman is a windsurfing and sailing hub with consistent strong summer winds providing excellent conditions.
Located 20 kilometres inland of Leeman, the Stockyard Gully National Park is accessible by four-wheel drive only. Be sure to take your torch to explore the fascinating, ancient below ground river system of the Stockyard Gully caves. The caves form part of the Old North Stock Route, once used by stockmen on their journey south.
Nearby, Lake Indoon is a picturesque freshwater lake and is renowned as a premier location for water-skiing. Due sheer size of the lake, it’s a great spot for several the varieties of water birds. It’s also a popular free-camp site and a popular choice for stargazing lovers. Keep an eye out for the kangaroos and emus that inhabit the surrounding bushland and cattle when driving on the roads.
The main surf break at Point Louise is highlight for many, and is also a great spot for snorkelers and divers. As the water is very clear, water-enthusiasts will enjoy getting up close to the area’s diverse array of tropical and temperate marine species. There is more than enough reef to explore and starts just off the shore. A short drive north is numerous bays ideal for kayaking with picnic areas dotted all along these bays.
Green Head is located 288km North of Perth and features three separate coastal bays, which were created when an extraordinary limestone cliff escarpment approximately 2 kilometres long was eroded by the Indian Ocean. The Three Bays Walkway includes the sweeping South Bay, the picturesque Dynamite Bay, and the charming yet peaceful Anchorage Bay.