Beachfront Port Hedland

Address: 15 Dempster Street, Port Hedland, Western Australia, 6721, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 15 Dempster Street, Port Hedland.
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  • Restaurant
  • Fitness/Health center


  • Wheelchair accessibility
  • Free parking


  • Continental Breakfast

TripAdvisor Reviews Beachfront Port Hedland

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Travel Blogs from Port Hedland

Day 84

A travel blog entry by alanandrobyn on Sep 23, 2015

Farewelled our friends at Eighty Mile Beach, and headed back down the highway 250km to Port Hedland. We found a caravan park that had unpowered sites for only $20 (that's cheap in these parts) plus it had a pool, so that's where we stayed. Great find! Nice pool, and good barbecue ...


A travel blog entry by jjmm2015 on Sep 07, 2015

Time to farewell Broome and also the Nobles as we probably won't see them until we get home. We have had an awesome time in Broome very relaxing. Now it was time to do some driving A LOT of driving and some more sightseeing along Western Australia's coast. We headed straight to Port Hedland which was a 6 hour drive the kids have been so good in the car. We arrived in Port Hedland about 3.30pm we were ...

Port Hedland, Industrial Disease

A travel blog entry by evirichmond on Aug 29, 2015

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Port Hedland, now this really is just a stop over for us. The drive down from 80 Mile Beach was easy, the countryside changed from saltbush scrub to open Savannah grasslands broken only by the spines of long low Sandhills running roughly east west several kilometres apart. As we neared town we passed several very large steel sheds then on an overpass for the rail line we were confronted by a mountain of white, ...

The Pilbara is the new Kimberley

A travel blog entry by ditchfield on Aug 28, 2015

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We reluctantly left Broome today. I understand why the retirees all converge there in the winter - the beaches are so beautiful and so is the climate. We are excited, though, about going to the Pilbara - it sounds even more outback than the Kimberley!

We looked up the origin of the name 'Pilbara' today and it is either from the Aboriginal word bilybara meaning ...

Port Hedland

A travel blog entry by dabus2015 on Aug 05, 2015

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After saying our goodbyes to Jean and Ted, we travelled 50km's down into Port Hedland, stopping at an information area. There we watched on Redbank Bridge, a BHP Billion Iron Ore train pulling out with 4 engines and 270 carriages and overlooked the Dampier Salt’s towering stockpile.

We proceeded into town, the amount of industry here is just amazing. Port Hedland is one of the world’s largest ...

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