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We did a day up and down the Burrup Peninsula just checking out the scenery which there is lots of. A lot of business and industry out there so a fair amount you can just drive past but some nice beaches, harbours and some private...More
A journey back in time.
You can imagine how the locals would have lived, thousands of years ago. Fishing, hunting, living in the rocky valleys along the coast and leaving their life's story painted and carved on the rock walls for us to read today....More
thousands of Aboriginal petroglyphs, beautiful beaches, some great 4wding, fishing and patches of heavy industry which can be photogenic in the right light. This place is a haven for anyone looking to relax, explore, learn and/or just get some great photos.
It is pretty quiet...More
To drive such a short distance (from Karratha) and have the opportunity to view the massive North West Shelf Gas project, to walk Deep Gorge and view the amazing Aboriginal Petroglyphs AND have a relaxed picnic at Hearsons Cove!! This is hidden gem for the...More
Over the road from a massive industrial site is a hidden gem, an amazing collection of Aboriginal paintings in the rocks of Deep Gorge. This site is not well signposted, from the car park take the left track into the gorge. The track is rough,...More
Burrup peninsula is in Western Australia and is about 20min drive from mining town of Karatha. When driving from Dampier on the left side of Burrup peninsula there is a hell of mining activity - Salt and Iron Ore transportation, Natural gas factory with an...More