Ibis Styles Port Hedland
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Port Hedland
Long ride of just over 800kms from Exmouth. Much changing scenery from red desert to the Hammersly Ranges, to the resource towns of Karratha and Port Hedland.
Here overnight before heading for Broome.
Two nights in Port Hedland to have a look around this industrial town. The foreshore was a good place to sit back and watch the movements of the massive iron ore ships coming in and out of the narrow channel. The town itself seemed rather bleak ...
We left Broome early hidden under a sea of pea-soup fog. By the time we reached Roebuck Plains where the cattle outnumber the blades of grass, we looked back to see it had lifted gradually forming a thick blanket engulfing the north. The lack of water echoed across the plains encouraging wild peacocks and stock to venture nearer the road for fresh pick. Again the anthills littered the landscape; red mounds the size of elephant dung. ...
Drove into Port Hedland and stocked up on supplies including fuel, gas, groceries, alcohol. We then headed to the dusty car park of the golf club, the only park where you can have dogs in Port Hedland. We then went and had a look around both Port Hedland and South Hedland, the port and the shops. A real mining town, iron ore pits and cranes everywhere, ships coming and going and being loaded. Dry and dusty when the wind blew. Glad to see it, glad to ...
Camped on the De Grey River about 80 kms north of Port Hedland. Beautiful peaceful spot. The last 3 weeks have been about rest and the beaches. Amazing o lot of this country side, today we travelled about 400 kms from a cattle station to a river. In that distance we passed two basic roadhouses where you can buy fuel and basic supplies, and camp out the back of the road house if you want, no towns and never saw a ...