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

    8 photos

    ... 4 a.m. Yes, for all sorts of reasons, it is hard to sleep late when camping.

    *We are packed up and away by 8. It is already very hot in the sun. SG wonders whether the deodorant they sell on the Aussie market is stronger than the European version. It needs to be. Perhaps we should buy some.

    *We pass by a saloon car, parked up in the middle of nowhere. Literally. Various members of an Aboriginal family wave to us. We feel ...

    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 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

    ... narrow and low clearance due to tree growth either side of the track, then rutted and corrugated, then deep and very soft sand sections. We were slow to catch on that if a track comes off ours and appears to parallel the main track, it definitely means that there is something bad ahead. Dave missed the first one of these but the patrol powered through horribly soft and deep sand until it found a second exit. Not so lucky on the 2nd encounter. Break out ...

    Geikie Gorge to Derby

    A travel blog entry by titheridge on Oct 06, 2014

    5 photos

    ... we thought, meaning 6 nights on the Dampier Peninsular - no issues there! We checked out the Boab prison tree just out of Derby. Unbeknownst to us was the fact that it was actual used by "settlers" who were press-ganging aborigines into working the pearling industry out of Broome, with these slavers - which is what they effectively were - using this bloated, evil looking, hollow Boab to hold the poor souls before the ...