Many beautiful and accessible limestone reefs are just off the coast and are home to abundant marine life.
Radio Leeman Sea Search and Rescue on 27.91 meg before departing out to sea.
Information available from caravan park and Leeman Holiday Units.
This island 16 kilometres north of Leeman is host to the largest population of Australian sea lions in WA. These are one of the world’s rarest pinnipeds. Numbers fluctuate between 150-250, depending on the breeding cycle which is every 17 to 18 months.
Located east of Leeman and Green Head. This ancient underground river system makes an excellent days outing. 4WD access only. Take caution after rain as the area is susceptible to flash flooding. Take a torch to walk through the cave and sturdy bush walking shoes are suggested. Maps are available.
This lovely fresh water lake is suitable for recreational boating, canoeing, windsurfing and water skiing. It is also a popular picnic spot with BBQ facilities, toilets and cold showers. (Daily camping fees apply).
This is one of the most wildflower rich areas in Western Australia and flowering plants
This showpiece of the central west’s wildflowers and native fauna is a bush