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Attractions

Things To See and Do:


South Hedland is a suburb of the Town of Port Hedland (home to stunning beaches and
world class fishing), in the Pilbara region in north-western Western Australia. Port
Hedland’s main industries are iron ore processing and salt production.


South Hedland Aquatic Centre, which is currently undergoing a $10.5 million
redevelopment, is located 700m from the motel. The centre will be transformed into a
premier aquatic facility providing city-style amenities in the North-West.


Wanangkura Stadium (formerly known as Multi-Purpose Recreation Centre) is a 3 minute drive from the motel. The Centre features an international-standard indoor stadium with seating capacity of up to 404, external netball/basketball courts, gym and fitness rooms, squash courts, kiosk facilities, creche, club changerooms and an upper level function area with views to the indoor stadium and the adjacent Kevin Scott Oval.


Marrapikurinya Park is 20 minutes drive from the motel. From this park, you can have a good view of the iron ore loaded ships entering and leaving the port throughout the day.


Other Port Hedland Experiences:


October – March          Flatback turtles nest on the beaches and hatch their younglings.


July-September           Native wildflowers such as Sturt's desert pea, Mull amulla and the tall majestic Ashburton pea as well as up to 65 species of    the Acacia (wattle) can be seen.


March-October            Staircase to the Moon – a natural phenomenon, viewed at full moon, creates an image of golden staircases leading to the moon.