Karratha International Hotel
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... economic boom. For instance, it is the location of the North West Shelf Project ( started in 1980’s) which is a multi billion investment by 6 international companies to develop the LNG and oil fields in the region. Nowadays much is exported to international markets, particularly Asia.
*There is an element of the WA population that feels that their State would be better off independent of the rest of Australia. They are angry that ...
... into the high thirties so we called it quits and went back to the van, turned on the air conditioning and read our books for the rest of the afternoon.
That night there was a blood moon lunar eclipse occurring and we had a great view of it from our van. Here in WA the eclipse started at a very civilised time of 6.35pm and finished a couple of hours later and there was not a cloud in the sky.
Next stop - Onslow
... about 300m away it was truly spectacular. A reef came right up to the beach so at low tide it was completely exposed so long walks across the rocks found octopi, coral, crabs, fish... High tide was fishing (shovel nosed shark and another small shark) and brought in the turtles... In end of October - November the turtles next along the beach, so we were a bit early for that unfortunately...The dogs had a GREAT time. ...
... all headed to the tavern for dinner which was awesome.
To be continued....
We begonnen vandaag met een wandeling richting de boatramp. Daar waren twee mannen aan het vissen. Net toen we aankwamen had eentje goed raak. Een Trevally... We wilden meteen zelf gaan vissen...
We gingen richting strand met onze hengels en bait, Het duurde even voordat er iets gebeurde maar rond ...
... JB Caravans and the generator.
Set up our site and then we went for a look around Karratha. Really just a mining town with not much else around. There has been quite a bit of large development in the last few years but we have been told its all come to a grounding halt. Was really surprised the beach was nowhere near the township. Followed the road ...