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Chile Creek Community Stay

Chile Creek Community Stay is located two hours 30 minutes drive from Broome on the Dampier Peninsular.

At Chile Creek they aim to create a gentle eco friendly Indigenous experience that allows you to explore the untouched beauty of the Dampier Peninsula. For the self sufficient traveller they have non-powered camping grounds and basic bush style shelters. They also have a unique rustic camp kitchen and wood fuelled barbecue.

Chile Creek abounds with coral and sea life making it perfect for snorkelling and diving. You can swim all year round because the water temperature is inviting. Or you can throw a line off one of the many isolated beaches and estuaries, head out on a boat for a spot of bottom fishing or troll for an elusive game fish. Whales can be sighted close to the coast during their annual migration.

Chile Creek is also renowned for their delicious mud crabs, and they don't come any bigger than here. Tours are available on request.

Room Descriptions

Bush Shelter
For the self sufficient traveller Chile Creek has unpowered camping grounds and basic bush style shelters. Camp beds provided with double mattress and mosquito nets. Bring your own swag for single bed. Shared toilet and shower facilities. Includes use of camp kitchen and wood barbecue. Each shelter has their own outdoor setting, fireplace and light and power point.
  • Ceiling Fan
  • Cooking Facilities - Limited
  • Insect screens
  • Shared bathroom


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  • BBQ Facilities
  • Camp Kitchen
  • Car park
  • Ceiling Fan
  • Laundry
  • Shared bathroom


via Cape Leveque Road, Broome, WA, AU

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