Beachfront Port Hedland
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... through the campsites. After the walk we shared happy hour together and chatted around the campfire after dinner. For dinner we pulled out the camp oven for the first time and cooked up a delicious Beef and Red Wine casserole. So nice that we thought we must cook on the camp oven more often. Hence a bottle of red was opened for the meal, so the bottle had to be finished with dinner.
... scary when one overtakes you.
We arrived at Port Hedland mid afternoon, and went to check out the free RV overnight camp at the racecourse that has been open for the last couple of months, but closes this weekend. It is very popular, and about 100 caravans and motorhomes etc were parked there. There is a 48 hour limit, but some have obviously been there much longer, and are probably part of the reason it is being closed (with undoubtedly some political pressure ...
At last I have got the chance to put fingers to the keyboard, sorry we have been so long winded. A lot has happened since I last did an entry,
We have travelled from Kununurra through to Derby, then onto Broome and then to Barn Hill Station Stay, Eighty Mile Beach and now in Port Hedland.
Derby was a highlight of our trip so far with the flight out and back to the Horizontal Falls. We flew out ...
What better way to start the day than with frog jumps. Bianca was so looking forward to starting the day with some exercises so I ran a mini boot camp for the girls, just before hiking up and down Gorges. We all got hot chocolates from the cafe before taking off to the other side of the National Park. The first stop was Dales Gorge where we needed to hike down the gorge 800 meters in order to get to Circular Pool. Tricia ...
Port Hedland is a great place to stock up on supplies, check out the port and luckily we leave in the morning. Dean's is just grateful that the Rugby is on TV here tonight and he can cheer on Australia!
Port Hedland is one of the world’s largest and busiest harbours. The ships that pass through here transport hundreds of millions ...