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The small crayfishing town of Leeman is a top spot for chasing your own catch of the day, or witnessing one of Mother Nature's most diverse floral displays as nearby Lesueur National Park is transformed into a sea of colour with the blooms of over 820 wildflower species.

You can reach Leeman in just over three hours, driving north from Perth via the scenic route along the Indian Ocean Drive. The route passes by inviting white sandy beaches and one of Australia's most unique landscapes, the Pinnacles Desert, so you may be tempted to take it a little slower and make the journey part of the adventure.

Vast swathes of native bushlands stretching inland, from the Indian Ocean Drive to the Brand Highway and beyond, are ablaze with the blooms of wildflowers between the months of July and November. If you're a nature lover and bird watcher, make a beeline for the Beekeeper's Reserve and Lesueur National Park clutching your camera and binoculars. Take the road east to Perenjori, and you'll also see the region's famous wreath flowers and vast blankets of everlastings during the wildflower season.

A little closer to Leeman, Stockyard Gully National Park was once a favourite stop for pioneering stockmen taking the old north stock route from Geraldton to the markets in Perth. The caves, gullies and bushland here are havens for birds and wildlife, but you'll need a four wheel drive to explore these wonders.

In town, you may hear some long-time locals and visitors refer to Leeman as Snag Island. This was the original name gazetted in 1962 and remained so until the name Leeman was issued in 1971.

Since those early days, Leeman's white sandy beaches and protected bays have grown in popularity, and with the addition of a first-class jetty and boat ramp, it's now a top spot for fishing and diving. For some freshwater action, head inland to Lake Indoon to enjoy boating, water skiing, canoeing or a lazy picnic.

To linger a little longer in Leeman, choose from self-contained holiday units or pitch yourself at the caravan park.

Leeman: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Dynamite Bay

Dynamite Bay is a stunning bay in Green Head which is sheltered from the strong winds off the coast by a low lying rocky cliff that circles around the beach. Swim in the calm turquoise waters or laze on the soft sandy beach. Make a day of it and bring along a picnic that can be enjoyed on the sand or on the grassed area overlooking the beach.

The still waters provide the perfect conditions for snorkelling. Witness the abundant marine life including hard and soft corals and a diverse range of fish that reside within the bay.

Take a walk out along the rocky peninsula to watch windsurfers tackling the winds out in the ocean and look back towards the shore for a beautiful photograph of the bay. Cast a fishing line out into the ocean and try and catch your evening meal.

Green Head is a charming coastal town three and a half hours drive north west of Perth. Dynamite Bay is a short 15 minute walk from the town centre or a two minute drive. A car park is available at the bay.

via Green Head Road
Green Head, WA, 6514

Located 11.4K from Leeman

South Bay

South Bay is a long stretch of white sand beach, ideal for swimming and fishing or just walking along an uncrowded and unspoilt beach. South Bay is located near the town of Green Head.

The coastal towns of Green Head and Leeman experience some of the strongest summer winds and are popular for windsurfing, surfing, boating and diving, attracting windsurfers and surfers from all around the world.

via Ocean View Drive
Green Head, WA, 6514

Located 13.6K from Leeman

Stockyard Gully Caves

Stockyard Gully National Park is home to a fascinating group of limestone caves that lead to an underwater river system. The largest cave is an impressive sight. Walk through the 300 metre long cave which is covered by a sandy floor. The more adventurous will enjoy the challenge of the smaller caves which require a little more manoeuvring to get through.

Relax and enjoy a picnic amongst the trees, relishing in the peace and tranquillity of the surroundings. Keep an eye out for the variety of bird life and fauna that live here.

Ensure you bring plenty of water as there is no fresh water available. A four wheel drive vehicle is also necessary to reach the cave car-parks (approximately five kilometres of four wheel drive only road). All wheel drive vehicles are not appropriate due to height restrictions of limestone rock road base and soft sand driving.

Stockyard Gully National Park is three hours northeast of Perth, and a short drive from Coorow, Jurien Bay or Green Head.

Cockleshell Gully Road
Leeman, WA, 6514

Located 14.1K from Leeman

Lake Indoon

Lake Indoon is a picturesque freshwater lake and an ideal location to participate in a variety of water based activities. Spend a few days at the campsite to explore much of the lake which is renowned as a premier location for waterskiing.

Take a swim or jump in a canoe and explore the lake. Children will love the calm waters and the sandy beach which surrounds most of the lake.

Enjoy a walk along the beach to gain an appreciation of the sheer size of the lake and spot some of the varieties of water birds. Keep an eye out for the kangaroos and emus that inhabit the surrounding bushland.

Set up camp and enjoy the peaceful silence across the lake at night. The campsite offers fresh drinking water and hot and cold showers as well as barbecue facilities to cook your evening meal.

For lake level and conditions please contact the Shire of Carnamah.

Lake Indoon is a short drive from Carnamah and just less than four hours' drive north of Perth.

via Coolimba Eneabba Road
Carnamah, WA, 6517

Located 19.7K from Leeman

Lesueur Walk Trail, Mount Lesueur

Lesueur Walk Trail is located in the Lesueur National Park, approximately 30 kilometres from Jurien Bay, a three hour drive north of Perth, Western Australia. This moderate Top Trail climbs up Mount Lesueur, to the spectacular views over the surrounding national park, agriculture and out to sea at the top.

After driving half of the Lesueur Scenic Drive, you arrive at Drumonds day use area at the foot of the Gairdner Range. There is a trailhead including interpretive signs explaining the biodiversity and natural heritage values of the region.

The first 250 metres of the trail leads to the Wilson lookout and is wide and bituminized, suitable for prams and wheelchairs. The eight kilometre (return) Lesueur Trail is a sandy trail that leads towards the flat top hill (messa). The spectacular view shows the surrounding bushland, farmland and Indian Ocean in the distance.

This is a walk for those who like plants and flowers along with the added bonus of an interesting land formation and views. This moderate walk can be achieved in approximately half a day and requires a degree of fitness. Bring your own food, water, sun cream and take away your rubbish.

Drummond Carpark,
Lesueur National Park
Jurien Bay, WA, 6516

Located 22.3K from Leeman

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