3 bedrooms, 2 rooms with bunks double on the bottom and single on top, 1 room queen bed. Has everything you will need just bring your own bedding and towels.
'Leeman is a fishing village situated about 260 kilometres north of Perth. It boasts turquoise waters, white sandy beaches. This small, friendly town has excellent attractions for visitors including a picnic area, a first-class boat ramp.
The area is renowned for its significant sea lion populations - Beagle Island, north of Leeman, a breeding colony and home of the Australian Sea Lion.
Cockleshell Gully Road leads you to the Stockyard Gully Reserve 20 kilometres inland of Leeman. Accessible by four wheel drive only, be sure to take your torches and explore the fascinating, ancient below-ground river system of the Stockyard Gully Caves.
Fishing is a popular past-time and many amateurs catch the prize dhufish and bald chin groper. The coastline caters for an array of water activities including fishing, swimming, surfing and windsurfing. The township also supports a fishing fleet, which fishes for the western rock lobster during the season from November to June.
This area is in one of the most wildflower rich areas in Western Australia and flowering plants can be seen from late July through to November. The roads between the Brand Highway and Indian Ocean Drive are excellent for wildflower viewing and it is within an easy day's drive to Perenjori to view the famous wreath flowers'.
'source: Australian Coral Coast website'.