Dampier Mermaid Hotel
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... abandoned blocks of units, all exactly the same. We wondered if they may have been old mining accommodation that's now been left empty and new places such as the hotel we'd called have been bought to replace them. It was really the only thing that made sense, accommodation is so scarce in the area, that it seemed like these wouldn't be sitting empty unless one of the mining companies owned them but found it cheaper to buy elsewhere rather than maintain or ...
We set off for a long walk this morning to explore a bit more of Dampier on foot and check out some potential fishing spots for a little later in the day. After the walk we set off in the car to visit the lookout point, pick up some bait and head to the beach for a fish.
From the lookout point you could see across Dampier from the large salt mine facilities on one side to the iron ore shipping port on the other. Pretty beaches and ocean ...
Today we packed up and made the short journey to Dampier. We stopped off in Karratha to stock up on food and fuel for the next few days. We arrived around lunchtime and decided to make a trip to the North West Shelf (gas and oil) visitor centre in the afternoon... via Red Dog.
Red Dog is a very famous red kelpie from this area who had a real wanderlust ...
Much to our dismay, it was getting quite hot in Broome (36C ) so we had to leave a lot quicker than we were wanting to...
Coops and I both really loved Broome. Such a beachy feel to the place and very laid back. We spent in total about a week after Dad & Co left... just enjoying being in a town with facilities (Coles AND Woollies - such a treat!). Spent most mornings/days at the beach waiting out most ...
... of names to those who knew him, including: Bluey, Tally Ho, and Dog of the Northwest.Tally Ho was his first name, given to him by a man called Col Cummings, who is believed to have been his first owner and the one who brought him to Dampier. The nickname "Red Dog" has been attributed to the red dirt of the Pilbara Region (although 'red dog' is a common nickname for red kelpies and heelers much in the same way ...