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Gnylmarung Retreat


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Located at a secluded cove on Beagle Bay, Gnylmarung is an eco-friendly retreat which operates on solar power and an environmentally friendly philosophy.


Arrival Time: 12:00|Departure Time: 10:00



20 camping sites, some with an ocean view, others are in shaded areas, and some are in secluded bushland.


Bush bbq's are provided but bring your own firewood. Wash-up sinks are provided at camp sites, along with good drinking water.
The ablution block has eco friendly laundry, hot showers and toilets.

Why not try fishing around Beagle Bay?
Gnylmarung has easy beach access offering excellent onshore and offshore fishing.

Gnylmarung's secluded beach has pristine white sand and crystal clear water. You can sit under the shade of a big tree, while your children play and swim in the bay's shallow safe waters, while the local pelicans float by.

Gnylmarung Retreat is affiliated with ARDI and run by Indigenous people. Gnylmarung can link you with tour operators on the Dampier Peninsula, so that you can enjoy the best of what the region has to offer.

Gnylmarung Retreat is a 'low carbon footprint community" using solar power.
We now have free Wi-Fi - although it is limited. Mobile phone coverage is also limited due to the remoteness.

  • Pets Allowed


Dampier Peninsula, Broome, Cranbourne North 3977


Travel along Cape Leveque Road, turn left at Middle Lagoon Road and continue along there, follow the signs to Gnylmarung.



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Rated by 3 guests
Dancing Queen
Gnylmarung paradise
Stayed at Gnylmarung camping ground which is on the road to Middle Lagoon. This place is paradise! Run by Alphonse and Delmar in a very low key fashion. Only twenty unpowered sites so never really busy. Facilities basic, gold coin donation for the washing machine. Basic showers and some flushing toilets, some drop loos. Rustic beach shower is a great addition. Beach is absolutely stunning and you're right on top of it. Couldn't rate it more highly, well worth the trip!

Surrounded by Tropical reef
The Local Community run the hatchery and show how they collect trochus shells and prepare some for sale to tourists. The shells and the reef are suffering from bleaching and climate change. From the beach here you can see whales frolicking in the sea. Dolphins are about also. The sea is crystal clear and the reef is visible. The Indigenous Peoples here live on seafood and fish. Fishing is great. The beaches have unusual sandstone features which are significant cultural sites to the Aboriginals here, part of their Dreamtime and Creator stories.

Great place to visit if out near Broome
Flew in via horizontal falls. Great spot for nature lovers. Nothing is 5 star but is an amazing place to visit. The road to Broome is corrugated red dirt and you need a 4wd - wouldn't recommend it for normal cars or large caravans