Whale Song Cafe and Campground

Restaurant and Cafe

Overlooking spectacular Pender Bay, the National Heritage-listed coastline and Humpback Whales nursery and resting grounds, here is an Aboriginal-owned and operated cafe and campground for you to relax and unwind with some of the most scenic views on the Peninsula.

The cafe offers simple fresh meals and beverages including their famous mango smoothies and wherever possible they source local produce and showcase local native bush foods.

You can stay a while longer at the beautiful bush campground, an idyllic secluded location with breathtaking views of the Kimberley Coast. Communal amenities include beautiful sculptured shower and eco-friendly toilets. Bookings essential with limited numbers available.

Whale Song is also home to Kimberley Wild Gubinge. Gubinge is Australia’s native superfood, a native plum, which they wild harvest, batch craft and retail through the cafe.

Facilities

Aboriginal Culture Alfresco/Outdoor Dining Broadband Internet Access Camping Carpark Food & Wine Indigenous experiences and/or cultural immersion Indigenous owned and controlled Indigenous themes and/or interpretation Modern Australian Takeaway Available Waterside Dining Western Australian Indigenous Tourism Operators Council

Trading Times

From 2018-06-02 to 2018-06-02

  • ALL Open 08:00 to 16:00

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