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

    DAY 11, Thursday 15 October 2015

    A travel blog entry by calogie on Oct 15, 2015

    ... 80-90% of the population is aboriginal. We passed through in the late afternoon and there was not a person on the street. Cairn told us they'd all be recovering from the night's drinking. On the way back into Karratha Cairn brought us to a lookout overlooking Karratha, then gave us a guided tour of the Karratha CBD, which included St Pauls Catholic Church which dad said he had been to before. At the church we each lit a candle for mum and said a prayer. ...

    DAY 10, Wednesday 14 October 2015

    A travel blog entry by calogie on Oct 14, 2015

    ... recommended to us by people in the pool at the Exmouth caravan park, but it's a bit lacking not its facilities. I just showered - it was the worse shower I've encountered on this trip by far. Never mind, I'm clean now. Dad is in the van with me. The others are still having their showers. It's early so I'm not sure what the plan is from here. It might be an early night as the TV screen in the van is a bit ...

    Trip to Cossack, Wickham and Cape Lambert

    A travel blog entry by mboy on Sep 22, 2015

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    ... over Settlers Beach to the south and the Indian Ocean to the north. The lighthouse that we see from point Samson is also a lot closer here and the Lighthouse residence is tucked away from the prevailing winds. The inlet into Cossack is a deep green colour and navigation into it would need some care as many sandbars are visible from up here. Returning to Wickham we did a quick circuit of the town, past the outdoor cinema and ...

    Eighty Mile Beach to Point Samson

    A travel blog entry by mboy on Sep 21, 2015

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    ... thing that you see - there is nothing else around. The De Grey surprised us - it had a full river of water, the only one we have seen in several days. The rest of the creek/rivers have dry. We walk to the main beach facing the Indian Ocean. There is only one person swimming - in a full wetsuit. We stop at the local pub for a drink and find that while the drinks are refreshing the price is not - two mid-strength pints, a glass of ...

    Me and Kimmy like our lamb on fire in the evening!

    A travel blog entry by turnbulls2015 on Sep 04, 2015

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    Day 87 Friday 4 September So Bre and I start the day with a run along what part that you can run along of this lovely coastline. There is a massive jetty which is used to load I'm gonna say Iron Ore. I notice that there are many ships in the distance just parked waiting. It must be such a slow process. Next we go to an old historic town 'Cossack'. We see an old school house, court house and other buildings a lot of which have been restored nicely albeit not to the exact replica. ...