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Hearsons Cove is a picturesque inlet on the Burrup Peninsula, and is well known as one of the most beautiful swimming beaches in the region. Take a mask and snorkel to appreciate the interesting view underwater in this calm clear stretch of ocean. Children will enjoy the novelty of collecting shells on this naturally formed shell beach.
The Jaburara Heritage Trail is an insightful self guided walking discovery of the traditional inhabitants of the area, the Jaburara Aboriginal Tribe. It also highlights Karratha
A unique visit to the impressive North West Shelf Natural Gas Project provides an opportunity to witness Australian history in the making. Representing the largest oil and gas development in Australia, it accounts for more than 40 per cent of the country
TV Hill Lookout offers excellent views of Karratha. It is a very easily accessible lookout with no walking required. You can drive right up to the top of the hill in a two wheel drive on a sealed road to enjoy this lovely vantage point.
Great venue for beers, live music and incredible food.