Karratha International Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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As we booked a trip to the Horizontal Falls leaving from Derby we had a few days to fill in after Fitzroy Crossing so we headed to Broome for 3 days and then the 220 kms back to Derby for 4 days. Derby is a town built around a port which sees little ship movement these days. It now relies on tourism as it is the town at the end of the Gibb River Road and also one of the departure points for the Horizontal ...
... we took Aero for a good long walk and then headed into the port town of Dampier to visit the Red Dog memorial. On the way we took a drive out to the almost free (about $10.00 a day) camp known as Cleaverville which is very popular with West Australian seniors who used to like coming here for 3 months each winter. However the local council recently changed the rules so that the maximum stay at this camp and also one south of Karratha (40 Mile) to a period of 28 days in every ...
We left Port Hedland, not sure I liked it there, I guess for many reasons.I suppose I did not enjoy it there because of what I had to do while we were there. The town was very spread out but the roads there are pretty good. they all seem to be like freeways every where. The next stop is Karratha.and Dampier. We were supposed to be staying in the Karigini National Park to do some camping and have a look at a ...
An early start to our adventure west, up at 4.30am to get the shuttle bus to the airport. Good flight to Perth, only a few bumps but hard to believe it takes so long to fly across this country! 2 hour break in rainy Perth, not much to do in the domestic airport. Next flight to Karratha just under 2 hours and not much fun, Toby not feeling well with sore tummy and then very sore ears on the ...
... were of children as young as 2 months (probably died from fever) and many of the graves were of men in their 20's and 30's who drowned. There was a separate Japanese section - most of the graves were of young men who died while in the pearling industry. They were all buried so they were facing towards Japan. Back in camp, we met and chatted with two SA couples who were travelling together. One couple from Kangaroo Island and one ...