King Sound Resort

112 Loch Street, PO Box 75, Derby, Western Australia, 6728, Australia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on 112 Loch Street, PO Box 75, Derby.
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    Travel Blogs from Derby

    Its Magic (Horizontal Falls)

    A travel blog entry by mmpcoughlin on Aug 09, 2014

    6 comments, 34 photos

    ... gentle as could be we touched down onto the calm waters of Talbot Bay with a pleasant splashing sound, and we floated over to the pontoon. How easy was that! Great job in the co-pilot seat Matthew!

    We were led to a shady section of the pontoon with table and chairs where there were hot drinks or cold water and juices available. After a drink we were taken to our boat, a 900 hp fast boat (the fastest boat in the Kimberley, so the brochure says) ...

    [Day 43] If you only do ONE THING in the Kimberly.

    A travel blog entry by bewing on Aug 09, 2014

    40 photos

    ... at anchor, Talbot Bay seemed like something from a movie set. The pontoon we were to relax on for the day included three houseboats, two shark cages to view the shark feeding from, a wave runner, two high powered aluminium boats, a helicopter and three float planes. Wow...

    After taking in the view and kicking back with a couple of cold drinks it was time for our FIRST boat ride of the day in "Full Throttle", a triple rig, 900hp setup. We cruised out to the ...

    Fitzroy Crossing & Derby

    A travel blog entry by adventure2014 on Aug 09, 2014

    20 photos

    We left Warmun nit sure if we were going to stop at Hall's Creek or keep going. It was only 10.30 when we got to Hall's Creek and the vote from the backseat was it was too early to stop!o, we travelled another 3hrs and arrived at Fitzroy Crossing. Lucked in choosing to stay at their lodge and resort on the way in to town which was beautiful. Even had a river crossing as we drove through to our site! It was really just where all the ...

    Hot, dry and dusty

    A travel blog entry by pmehan on Aug 08, 2014

    1 photo

    ... and picking them up - only problem is the crocs. You just gotta look out for fresh and big 3 toed foot prints in the sandy mud.

    9 August - can not get into Roebuck Bay CP until tomorrow and seeing it was 36c this arvo I put a couple of hours in down at the local pub. Debbie dropped me off at the pub and gave me a kiss ...

    [Day 42] Where the big tree lives........

    A travel blog entry by bewing on Aug 08, 2014

    21 photos

    ... of this road before when we came down to start the Gibb River Road but nonetheless it was still an interesting drive with the landscape changing all the time and the miles slipped away pretty quickly.

    We stopped for a cuppa at a roadside rest area but it was too hot to enjoy it with little shade, so back in the cars and onward, reaching Derby in time for lunch. The town seems bigger than I'd imagined and very long. With a fair number of Aboriginals amongst ...