Ibis Styles Port Hedland
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Tremendous burning sunrise over 80 mile beach.
The drive to Port Headland was lovely, the best way we can describe it is the road runner cartoon with out the cactus. Meep Meep!!!!!!
The anthills here gave us a giggle, many have hard hats of the mines. The drive into Port Headland township was amazing, fantastic houses of corrugated iron on the beach ...
Three nights at Port Hedland allowed enough time to explore all the industry sites and do some shopping. We caught up with friends from home who have lived here for 9 years and enjoyed the local insights.
Port Hedland is one of the world's largest and busiest harbours transporting hundreds of millions of tonnes of cargo each year. The best views of the industry in motion is the Harbour. Operations of this scale are often on the city's outskirts but Port Hedland is accessible ...
Today we had some work to do. We have to organize a pallet to put our belongings on that we salvaged from the crash. We have to send the stuff home so we can continue with our holiday. I was able to sell my generator and all the petrol that I had bought. It was a good thing because what was I going to do with it now since all the other cars that are in the convoy are ...
... ever we could. Then the tow trucks came and put the car up right. Then they put the car on the back of the tow truck and then they put the caravan on the back of the other truck and took them away to Port Hedland. I have to say that I was very upset to see my car and caravan on the back of those two trucks, our holiday has come to an end, what are we going to do?
We made our way to the Black Rock caravan park to stay there for the next two ...
... 7 nights then 7 off. They do 19 loads each per 12 hours shift. For every 7 trucks that go out of the mine, there is a golf ball size amount of gold. We stood at the lookout and could not see people at the bottom of the mine unless we used binoculars - amazing.
We headed north and then off the highway to a little town called Koonkynie. I had read a book written by Max Anderson who had gone here in 2002 to search for gold and ...