The Broome Cape Leveque Road is now managed by Main Roads WA, If you have any queries please contact their office on 138 138.
Last updated: 13 October 2021 at 11.45 am
The following is the current vehicle road restrictions:
Manari Road: OPEN
Willie Creek Road: OPEN
Crab Creek Road: OPEN
Kavite Road: OPEN
Fairway Drive (past end of seal): OPEN
Cable Beach Access (North): OPEN
Although the road may be signposted and reported as "OPEN", the road may still become impassable or dangerous due to heavy rain, without notification or warning.
Caution is advised at all times, especially at floodways and washouts.
4WD is recommended on all unsealed roads and drivers should travel in accordance with road conditions at all times.
Road closure signage and radio reports are only updated if conditions to the road change. If the road conditions change during a Saturday, Sunday and Public holiday, the reports on this website will only be updated during office hours, Monday to Friday 9am to 4pm. If you would like any further information during office hours, please contact the Engineering Administration Officer on 08 9191 3456.
For information on road closures on Saturdays, Sundays and Public holidays, please contact the Works Coordinator on 0438 978 495. If there is no answer please leave a detailed message and the Engineering Coordinator will return your call. If you require information regarding Roads outside of the Shire of Broome boundary, please contact Main Roads WA on 138 138.
Shire of Broome roads are classified under the Main Roads Western Australia (MRWA) Permit Networks system. A Permit is required from MRWA to operate a RAV (Restricted Access Vehicle) on a road in excess of the designated Network Level. Written support from the Shire is a pre-requisite to obtaining a Permit from MRWA, however it remains a decision of MRWA as to whether a permit will be issued.
Form 1 Support of MRWA Permit Excess MRWA Network (PDF)(PDF, 384KB)
Form 3 - Closed Road Permit Application Form (PDF)(PDF, 47KB)
Please note that financial penalties can be enforced for any vehicles that do not comply with the above clauses under the Shire of Broome Local Government Property and Public Places Local Law 2012.(PDF, 155KB)