Karratha International Hotel
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... at Hearson Cove (my pictures on my phone don't do it justice). The Staircase to the moon only occurs in the north of WA, on the full moon between April to October. It occurs when the full moon reflects on exposed mudflats at extremely low tide.....it's a magical optical illusion of a staircase reaching up to the ...
... Dog” and we spent some time at the local library looking at quite a lot of information about red dog with the eventual book followed by the film about red dog's life.
We enjoyed time spent viewing what was on offer on the Dampier and Roebourne sides with the central town of Karratha set up as a main shopping hub for the whole area.
Today we continue travelling ...
... time in our history and the treatment of the blacks up here is something that seems to have gone unnoticed everywhere else? It was a very rough place to be an aboriginal I'm afraid.
A short drive around Roebourne was enough to make us head to Point Samson for lunch. In stark contrast to Roebourne and only 10 minutes away, Point Samson boasts two new caravan parks and a big pub. Nothing else but a few homes that I could see, so it was fish and chips for lunch under the ...
... with Terri Cox's sister Gina who generously took us out. I don't want anyone getting bored before Tim tells you all about the mines so will finish now. Take care y'all. Now for the boys and their toys.If you want to buy a dump truck for yourselves or the miss's it will cost you a cool $4.5 mill. New tyres will cost between $35,000 - $70,000 each depending on who you talk to,so shop around. The tank takes 4,900 litres of diesel and with a full load of iron ore(240 tonnes) up ...
... Ranges in the background and the tops of the cliffs covered in snappy gums and spinifex, just my kind of country.
Deep Reach Pool was our next stop and surprisingly this had been developed quite a lot. Concrete paths led to gas bbq's with shade sails and picnic tables. A magic looking bit of the Fortescue River, easily one that we could ski upon. Unlike the Murray, it was clear enough to see your feet under the water. We all had a swim ...