King Sound Resort

Address: 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

      Freshies in Windjana Gorge

      A travel blog entry by agbucks on Oct 19, 2014

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      Day 111

      Sunday 19 October 2014

      *A mere 413 km to drive today, north towards Broome ,then east to the Devonian Reef Conservation Park and to Windjana Gorge. Some of the journey is off road along the Gibb River Road, an iconic 4x4 route that follows an old cattle herding trail. Much of it is closed during the 'Wet' ( the summer season in this northern area of WA), when temperatures can be very high and heavy bouts of rain make the ...

      Cape Leveque

      A travel blog entry by titheridge on Oct 11, 2014

      12 photos

      ... resort, on the tip of the Dampier Peninsula, we can see the same effect. I am now nervous about getting things right with Sandra's camera. Andrew ( we bumped into Andrew and Julia again - the family we met at The Bungles - at Middle Lagoon) has given me a crash course on aperture and blah blah so we will see....Too much cloud so really only got the gist of how it must look when the conditions are right. Tonight is the second night camping on ...

      Cape Leveque and The Dampier Penninsula

      A travel blog entry by topend.defender on Oct 08, 2014

      30 photos

      ... camp and enjoy this pristine wilderness. Probably the first place I have completely relaxed...read a book for two hours uninterrupted! Unheard of. We stayed one night in a place called Middle Lagoon which is half way up the penninsula. The camp ground was a bit dodge and it took us about 40 minutes to choose a sight. With only 4 other campers there you would wonder why? We have become a bit particular with choosing sites lately (benefit of ...

      The shortcut

      A travel blog entry by titheridge on Oct 07, 2014

      1 comment, 4 photos

      Day 32 - Derby to Middle Lagoon, Dampier Peninsula. After a food restock, we left Derby for the back road that heads up the East coast of the Dampier peninsula. From sage advice, we knew a few things about the route: 1. It cut 100 km off the trip; 2. It was not a short-cut (time-wise) 3. It was a more interesting drive and avoided us retracing our steps along the Cape Leveque road when we head down to Broome; and, 4. It was possible to get through with a ...

      Geikie Gorge to Derby

      A travel blog entry by titheridge on Oct 06, 2014

      5 photos

      ... into Broome. With a sign warning of snakes in the tree and observing a nasty looking beehive built in to the side of it, it painted quite an intimidating picture.

      Derby tyre power to the rescue. We gave them the TB tyre to fix overnight and booked the much needed patrol wheel alignment for the next morning. Barra for dinner at the wharf-side restaurant, with the sun setting over King Sound, beyond the wharf. ...