Karratha International Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Karratha
... are back in our chalets after a full day. We met Cairn again today at about 10.30am. Dad said the one thing he wanted to do today was go see the camp where he slept when he worked up here, so that's where we headed. It was in the industrial area of Karratha. We headed to the caravan park there. Dad said he remembered the caravan park but it was much smaller then. He said the camp was behind the caravan park so we walked up but dad didn't see anything ...
... near the port and dad told me his stories of how this place has changed since he worked here in the mid 1980s. When we got back we took a quick drive through Dampier before heading over to the Pilbara Caravan Park in Karratha. We weren't happy with the Dampier park, and dad woke feeling worse. We put that down to him having to sleep in the van again. From there we called Cairn and she picked us up at the Karratha caravan park and we started a very ...
... rock Art. We found it on the second road we went in. Mick once again led Bev up the garden path, that is he had her walk some distance in full sun, up a hill with sandals on and he thongs, looking for this. He has such a wonderful imagination that he could make pictures out of nothing. On the second track the mud-map we had made sense and key pointers were visible. It was flat and you could see the tracks ...
Two nights with a real bed! Bliss! Stayed with some nice French people in Karratha. We also met up with an old school mate Scott Buckingham! Had a nice dinner and a few drinks at a pool side bar :) The whole trip, Sam has prevented me from having McDonald's. But I persisted and kept asking :) and yesterday he gave in! ...
The Blue-winged Kookaburra woke us & its babies early. Oh what another sunny day, ho hum. The vastness of plains leading to the Pilbara is eye-opening. It is understandable that this region is so thinly populated. The Pilbara is apparently called the engine room of Australia – home to a massive mining industry in crude oil, salt, natural gas and iron ore. Port Hedland is industry intensive. The natural ...