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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Travel Blogs from Port Hedland

Karratha to Port Hedland

A travel blog entry by tadzany on Mar 06, 2015

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... all worked out perfectly, and we managed a late lunch and a great mid-trip catch up, before we were the ones to hit the road first, on our way to Port Hedland. 230ish kms, and we made it to Port Hedland just as the sun was setting. Russell's cousin Gordon had told us we were welcome to stay at his house, so we headed straight around there for Friday drinks (just kidding, any excuse because we never know what day it is anymore!) and a fantastic ...

North Deadland

A travel blog entry by crawfordrg on Feb 28, 2015

3 comments, 2 photos

... going by asking what they thought of Scotland trying to leave the United Kingdom. It would seem they thought they could still use British currency, and armed forces. Not so Grasshopper. The bank would not stand behind the notes, so you’d not be able to borrow against your holdings. Does any of this sound familiar to you Canadians? Oh, and they expect the Scots to try it again. Yeah. Still familiar.

Some people are ...

Cape Keraudren

A travel blog entry by sergeantdeleeuw on Nov 11, 2014

... no water to fish in. When these tides go out, they go way out. I reckon about 700m, maybe a kilometre. They also rise and fall about six to eight metres with each changing of the tide. We ended up being smashed by sand flies in the evening so showers and bed came pretty early for us that night. That evening I was giving Taylor cuddles and noticed she was warm. I checked her temperature and it was high, so I gave her some Nurofen and she passed out very early. ...

Port Hedland

A travel blog entry by cmoztravel on Oct 05, 2014

2 comments, 4 photos

... terms (186 mil tonnes of iron ore per year I think). There are huge piles of industrial salt and salt pans around the town, the stark white salt piles look spectacular in contrast to the red surroundings. The iron ore trains are incredibly long and a impressive sight to see, they go 24/7 365 days a year, and at night there is a continual low hum background noise.
We tried to find a hairdresser that had a spare appointment and would colour my hair for ...

Port Hedland

A travel blog entry by simmsie on Sep 27, 2014

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... to (mainly) China and Korea. Bulk carriers up to 260,000 tonnes in weight and over 230 metres in length are guided through the narrow harbour entrance by up to 4 tug boats at once. At any one time there can be up to 60 of these ships waiting out at sea for there turn to be loaded. The best place to view this massive operation is from Marrapikurinya Park which is at the end of the Main Street of Port Hedland, you can sit in the park on the ...

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