Ibis Styles Port Hedland
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Sunday, 5th October
Before heading off this morning we had another drive along the beach and a bit of a fish but with no success. Drove into a head wind all the way to Port Hedand, and was greeted by a not very attractive view of red dust filling the air around a very industrial looking town.
We went out to the Cooke Point tourist park and although still windy the air seemed to be clearer. After setting up we took a drive along the foreshore ...
... to them through these centres. Local support helps provide 6 launch trips per day - either picking up or returning the seafarers to their ship and the harbour cruise takes in one of these trips. It was certainly a cruise with a difference. We made our way to the top deck of the boat, leaving the larger bottom deck to the seafarers. Once underway the launch pulls up next to the ship and one crew member on board the ship drops a ladder ...
... just two nights but extended our stay another night to give Steve more time to recover and plus it was a very picturesque place to stay. During the afternoon some of our friends from Broome, Darren, Christine and their dog also arrived at Barn Hill. We left Steve at home the next morning and the three of us went fishing off the beach. We were feeling pretty confident as the day before a couple of decent sized salmon had been caught. We got plenty of bites but ...
Fayzie came to visit sunny Port Heaven and spend some time with us. And........ Show me a little technology. No easy feat!!!!! Fayzie helped me put all my TV series on one hard drive and all movies together one hard hard drive. And she stayed the night with me for a sleep over and chatted and larfed and had a good few drinkies. Love you Fayzie. Thank ...
... and journals of information. It's a quirky little town in that it doesn't even have a coffee shop, but there are 2 coffee vans located within close proximity to each other and yet it like Karratha has some new apartments. We've decided that the apartments are built by the mining companies to lure prospective workers to town. We're just arriving into this town, which by the way has ...