Travel Blogs from Karratha
... to 40 plus heat like last time we were there!!
Another unexpected interesting thing was the rocks could be hit with another small rock and you could play a tune? each rock had a different tone, fascinating hay? We got a video of it too it was cool.
We drove to the nearby Gas Plant Information Centre (one of many around the Pilbara) on Burrup Peninsular ...
... things, but I couldn't quite catch them as she was crying. In the end we changed hotels from ' The El Questro Gorge.' To ' Emma Gorge.' We all agreed we were staying at a nicer place, so all was good. We were all starving by dinner time, we ate like kings!! Sam and I had the 300g Porterhouse Steak, Dad had the 200g Rib Eye steak and mum had a very large barramundi with knocki! I am confident I will sleep well tonight, we are in yet another 'large ...
... they broke loose and washed up on to the rocks on the foreshore. One had been recovered but the other appeared to be firmly stuck on the rocks. I assume that they are waiting until later in the month when very high tides are expected. This evening we went to Wickham and for $25 each we had dinner at the workers mess hall which is open to the public. There was good range of meals available at the buffet and we were surprised at the quality of the food and also the ...
... part of the largest mining project in Australian history. it would be interesting to see what Wickham will be like in a couple of years. At the moment it is a typical mining town.
On the way out of Wickham, we had to stop so Mick could drool over a big dump truck that they had on display. And of course, I was instructed to take photos of him with it. Afterwards we headed back to the caravan park, where we started to get ready to leave the next day towards Port Hedland and ...
... his load. He slowed down but had to travel about four Km's before he was able to pull over and re-secure the load. Arriving at Point Samson we checked into the Cove Park on the foreshore. At $49 per night is is not cheap but it is a fairly new park with concrete slabs for the vans and lots of grass areas. We went across the road to the Bistro for an easy ...
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Other places to stay in Karratha
35-45 Searipple Road, Karratha | 3 star hotelfrom $167
27 Warambie Road, Karratha | Hotelfrom $172
2-4 Matbore Street, Karratha | 4 star hotelfrom $216
Millstream Road, Karratha | Hotelfrom $216