Posted by manager on October 24, 2020

WET SEASON IN KOOLJAMAN

The high tourist season in the Kimberley is finishing and our resort is getting ready for this year’s wet season.

As the change of weather brings very hot and humid days, mosquitoes and other insects as well as windy nights, our offer of services has to change.

We made a little list of information and suggestions for you to see what you can do in Kooljaman in upcoming months.

ACCOMODATION

Our deluxe and family safari tents have to be put down and stored as the weather conditions might be extreme. We close them at the end of October and open them again in April 2021.

However, you are more then welcome to stay in one of our air conditioned options. You can choose from an En-suite cabin located near the swim beach or a campground unit placed in our campground.

You can also camp with us all year round. If that would be your case, we have a special offer for you on beach shelters. Over the whole wet season, the price is only 100 AUD per night (please, call to book).

For more information on our accommodation, please, visit http://kooljaman.com.au/stay/accommodation.

RESTAURANT

Our restaurant runs for breakfast and lunch in upcoming months from 8.00 am till 2.00pm. See the menu here http://kooljaman.com.au/news/raugis-wet-season-menu-2020

ACTIVITIES

Bundy’s Bush Tucker Walk

Unfortunately, with the raising heat, the last tour we can offer you this year is Bundy’s bush tucker walk around Kooljaman. It is 1.5 hours long walk with a local tour guide. You will learn a lot about the history of Kooljaman as well as flora and fauna on the Dampier Peninsula. We need at least 3 people to run the tour, so please, book in advance.

Scenic flight with Air Kimberley

If you wish to see the Horizontal Falls with departure from Kooljaman, you can book a scenic flight through us. Air Kimberley fly all year round, so you can experience the falls any time!

Swimming

Last thing to consider when you come up in between November and March is the crocodile mating season. In those ‘wet months’ crocodiles travel much further then within their settled territory. For safety reason, we do not suggest you swim in Kimberley waters.