Comfort Inn & Suites Karratha

2-4 Matbore Street, Karratha, Western Australia, 6714, Australia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on 2-4 Matbore Street, Karratha.
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Travel Blogs from Karratha

[Day 65] Wooly hats and baggy pants........

A travel blog entry by bewing on Aug 31, 2014

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It was stinking hot today and dressed only in singlet and shorts, I thought I was going to bake as we walked into the Karratha Tourist Information centre. Hmm, a middle aged bloke should know better and come prepared with different clothes.

Todays excursions were to visit the historic towns of Roebourne and Cossack and lunch at the pub bistro in Point Samson whilst watching out for whales. First stop, Roebourne visitor centre in the old gaol.

Roebourne's a former gold ...

The Mighty Pilbara

A travel blog entry by aitkenadventure on Aug 31, 2014

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... Iron, Dampier Salt and the Nth West Gas Shelf Project. While in town you can stop by the Red Dog Statue (the famous Pilbara Wanderer) and the Nth West's favourite canine. Dampier is also the spot to see the largest collection and best preserved Aboriginal Petroglyphs (rock engravings) in the world dating back 40,000 years. These are well worth the visit but not very well sign posted (actually no signs at all!). Luckily we got a "mud" map from ...

The Pilbara

A travel blog entry by thestreetens on Aug 31, 2014

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... took a mine's access road, gravel but reasonable condition, to Millstream National Park where we just enjoyed camping in nice bush land. There were some walks to do and a delightful area around an old homestead to explore and read up it's history. We thoroughly enjoyed the time in the bush but I must confess it has been a relief to arrive here at Point Samson where we are connected to power and there is no Red Dirt. We are in a caravan park overlooking the beach and next to the ...

Millstream to Karratha

A travel blog entry by mmpcoughlin on Aug 30, 2014

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... was a high and dry rock wall, where the waterfall was supposed to be. But it was still a lovely place to have a swim.

We stopped for lunch at the lookout spot on the road coming out of Python Pool. It was so hot there, that Bruce had to pull his awning out so that we could have some shade to sit in. A few more kilometres down the main road and we found the bitumen that would take us the next 90 ...

[Day 64] What's broken off now?............

A travel blog entry by bewing on Aug 30, 2014

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Having decided there isn't too much to do at Millstream, we opted for an early start and then push on to Karratha. At 7:00, we assembled for a look at the Visitors Centre housed in the old Millstream Station homestead. There was an interesting display showing the history of the homestead from the late 1800's through to the 1960's.

Having wandered through the homestead, studied an aboriginal hut and tool display and looked at a variety of old ...

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