Parkby Lodge

Address: 110 Wellard Way, Karratha, Western Australia, 6714, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 110 Wellard Way, Karratha.
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    A travel blog entry by scoey on Jun 10, 2015

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    ... Broughton (Uncle and Auntie of my last boss Kylie Walsh).

    On Wednesday June 10 we had a very lazy day - washing and reading. The two couples we met the day before invited us to join them for tea at the local tavern - we had a great meal and evening - lots of stories about travels and previous experiences.

    We leave here tomorrow and are heading for Onslow - a small town on the coast further south towards Exmouth.

    A Point Samson Fisherman's Tale

    A travel blog entry by pandjandb on Jun 02, 2015

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... it was not there in the holder where he had put in when he had paddled to this spot. Bugger! Puzzled, he looked about but to no avail. It was gone. How could that have happened? Not even sure if the paddle floated, he pedalled around in the vain hope that he would find it. No such luck. Stoically, Frank accepted his loss and pedalled the few kilometres back exercising his legs in the process. A replacement paddle costing $120 (plus some bungee cord for $3) ...

    Dodging Cyclone Quorn

    A travel blog entry by fionamelville on May 05, 2015

    5 comments, 5 photos

    We had a nice 3 day stay in Denham and attended the local Anzac Dawn Service which was quite moving. We had sunset drinks at the two local pubs, one of which had a 'slightly happy hour' in that it discounted drinks by 20% (rather than the usual 50%) which brought the prices in line with Sydney prices !

    Kennie didn't do any fishing as the flies were just too prevalent even equipped with a fly net hat. Instead we drove around the Francois Peron National ...

    K-town and surrounds

    A travel blog entry by jules_and_luke on Apr 26, 2015

    3 comments, 9 photos

    We headed back up the highway, onwards toward Karratha. We had barely turned onto Burkett road, back pretty close to Exmouth when I had to pull into the middle of the road to avoid some road kill on the road. Jules shrieked "CROCODILE!!"… so after I regained composure I tried to inform her it was a large Bungara that had been hit by a car and that we arnt in the Kimberley yet! We stayed overnight at Yannarie river along the way. Yannarie is a beautiful free camp on the river ...

    It is soooo HHHOOOTTT!!!

    A travel blog entry by gothard on Mar 13, 2015

    6 photos

    ... Celsius drains your energy and while sussing out Port Hedland for an overnight stay I did not fancy camping as the heat hardly diminishes at night making it so uncomfortable not to mention the flying insects who can’t wait to have a go at the novice English traveller. I found the closest thing to a hostel i.e. a single room with bed and ...

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