BEST WESTERN Karratha Central Apartments

Address: 27 Warambie Road, Karratha, Western Australia, 6714, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 27 Warambie Road, Karratha.
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    Travel Blogs from Karratha

    It is soooo HHHOOOTTT!!!

    A travel blog entry by gothard on Mar 13, 2015

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    ... rotten from woodworm or something and just fell down. I got my fridge items, tried to prop them back up as best I could and hit the road.

    I was planning to stay at Port Hedland and then travel to Exmouth the next day and continue to follow the coast. The continued hot weather where it exceeds 100 degrees Fahrenheit every day to around ...

    Karijini to Karratha

    A travel blog entry by tadzany on Mar 05, 2015

    11 photos

    ... later that he would have been stopped there as there'd been a big accident closer to Port Hedland, and no one was able to get in or out of town for most of the day... the roads really did want us to go towards Karratha! We turned left for the 200 kms west to Karratha, stopping briefly in the town of Roeburne, which had an old gaol that was still being used in the 1970s but is now a museum... and that was about it. Some ramshackle houses, and an uninviting pub. ...

    Another long drive, to Point Samson

    A travel blog entry by agbucks on Oct 17, 2014

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    Day 109
    Friday 17th October 2014

    *The young family camping next to our tent wake around 5.30 a.m. and so do we. This does not matter; we have a long drive of nearly 600 km to Point Samson on the Pilbara Coast in the NW of this wonderful state.

    *According to our calculations, breaking and setting up camp within the same day can lose us over 2 hours time. It's incredible how time consuming the process is. No wonder ...

    Bloody midges!!

    A travel blog entry by farquhar on Oct 07, 2014

    8 photos

    ... team against the locals and it was great to see these guys play-who would have thought we would see famous Aussies out here of all places! We visited Cossack a ghost town built on the pearling industry before they found larger Mother of Pearl shells in Broome in the late 1800s. Had another go at fishing here with no luck once again! The kids caught little reef fish that we used as live bait but nothing stayed hooked on our lines: "better luck ...

    Broome to Karratha

    A travel blog entry by coopsandjess on Sep 29, 2014

    18 photos

    ... low tide as he came into the little lagoon with me for a swim and Nellie just loved being off her lead the whole time and going for multiple swims a day. Went for big drives in the surrounding area to the mining towns of Port Samson and Wickham and the historic pearling town of Cossack. In the end we had to leave as we ran out of clean clothes and water....

    Dampier / Karratha
    We then headed off to a small ...