Karratha International Hotel

Millstream Road, Karratha, Western Australia, 6714, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Millstream Road, Karratha.
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    Travel Blogs from Karratha

    Red Dog Country

    A travel blog entry by george_youssef on Aug 03, 2014

    20 photos

    ... four at a a time, then moving on to the rest. The amount of iron ore is in the thousands of tons every day.

    To set up and run this huge operation two towns were created for all the people needed, Wickham to the west and Karratha to the east. They are basically just service towns with housing, shops, schools etc to service the vast amount of people needed. Everywhere you see people in high vis uniforms and huge work boots tramping around ...

    Karratha and surrounds

    A travel blog entry by barbrob on Aug 01, 2014

    9 photos

    ... known as the gateway to the 42 Islands around Dampier Archipelago. It is the sea based export location for iron ore and also Dampier salt and Woodside Liquefied Natural gas. Very calm beaches great for family, boating and fishing, mainly Sailfish. Visited Hampton Harbour and Withnell Bay. Spend a restful time at Hearson Cove and decided it would be a great spot for cheese, bikkies and wine. We will do ...

    Bus tour

    A travel blog entry by popeyeandcathy on Jul 30, 2014

    8 photos

    ... it driving me mad) this arve.
    The bus tour was well worth it and the best we have been on. Went right onto port site and drove through the wash plant. The went to Cossack point where last weekend had been a art competition which had prize money of $15000. First prize was of a abo woman very good. There are two tribes here and all they do is agree over how to spend the money which they have millions. They own ...

    Day 50 and 51 Karratha

    A travel blog entry by sammy64 on Jul 23, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... These are rock art images made up to 30 000 years ago. There were kangaroos, people and fish all of different sizes and depths carved into the rock. They were hard to photograph because they blend with the rocks until you notice one and then you start seeing them everywhere. We drove out to check out kayaking and swimming sites for tomorrow at Hearson Cove and then Withnell Bay. Withnell Bay is a rough (by Brad's standard) 4WD track but the calm bay is lovely. We will ...

    Cleaverville natural camp

    A travel blog entry by jameslevy on Jul 20, 2014

    12 photos

    James got up with the sun and went for a walk to Honeymoon Cove ALONE!!! Forgiven only because he got such good photos. After a serious bout of vehicle cleaning and feeling very shiny we headed to the port and bought 5 kilos of prawns off the trawler for $70. Not Prawn Star but a pretty good deal. Then off to the Cossack Art Prize.Expecting a currabubula affair, we were fairly stunned to have to walk a k into this little skeleton of a village because there were thousands of people, ...