King Sound Resort

Address: King Sand Resort 112 Loch St, Derby, Western Australia, 6728, Australia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on King Sand Resort 112 Loch St, Derby.
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        Travel Blogs from Derby

        Some rough roads

        A travel blog entry by jimbo.maddy on Nov 11, 2015

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        ... gets hot! The tunnels were awesome and the history is quite interesting. As the story goes, an old Aboriginal, who got on the wrong side of the police (how strange?) used these caves as a hideout in the late 1890's, until he was finally caught and shot there. I have attached some photo's of the story for you to have a read, just like you would as a bedtime story :-). There were a few Fresh Water Crocs in the tunnels, and even though you know they ...

        Jumping off waterfalls!

        A travel blog entry by onewaytooz on Sep 25, 2015

        This morning we woke up, packed up camp and ate breakfast (our daily routine) but before leaving the Manning Creek campground we headed out to the manning creek gorge hike! To start the hike you had to swim across the swimming hole to get to the trail head. There was a small boat on a string that you could pull across as well but it's a popular hike and many people were in line so we just threw our day packs in and swam! The hike started out on a pretty easy path and gradually ...

        Swimming at Bell Gorge

        A travel blog entry by onewaytooz on Sep 24, 2015

        Wow! Another incredible day here in the Kimberley's, we woke up, ate brekky and packed up our camp before heading to Bell Gorge. It was about a 2.5 hour drive and it definitely wasn't comfortable. I think my biggest struggle on this trip will be the drives. The heat combined with the seating arrangements is quite hard for me but every time we arrive in another beautiful spot I am reminded how lucky I am to be here and how I wouldn't want ...


        A travel blog entry by onewaytooz on Sep 23, 2015

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        Ok I saw my first wild crocs today! They were freshies (freshwater crocs) and harmless but it was very exciting!! Let me get back to that. I got picked up from my backpackers at 6:15 this morning, there were two tours picking up... One group had a giant four wheel drive bus that holds up to 21 people but theirs only had 6. The other, was a more normal size four wheel drive with space for 10, 2 up front with the guide and 8 in the back sitting on bench seats facing eachother... The ...

        Up over and through.

        A travel blog entry by travellingshoes on Sep 22, 2015

        ... in the way of a gorgeous gorge we walked out to Bell Gorge. We had been told that this was an hour walk so we set ourselves up with all our hiking gear. The first part very stony red track, then to a pool at the top of the waterfall. We had arrived here a little quicker than expected so we decided to continue on the track that was suggested for the more adventurous. This involved climbing up a rock scramble and down the other side to ...