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There is a lot to take in at the Wyndham Port and Jetty. The kids enjoyed looking at the retired meatworks trains. The jetty allows you to take in all the views in every direction. There is also a museum at the entrance to the...More
Wyndham currently seems to have its best days behind it. It has gone through booms and not quite busts and for a long time was the main town in this part of Australia. However, the history is significant and well done to those who preserve...More
Well worth the visit the see this important local landmark. The Wyndham port & jetty focuses on the heart of this lonely little top end community - exports of cattle, nickel, iron ore & produce from the Ord River irrigation area. Apparently it is the...More
Wyndham was an interesting town. Driving through the streets we saw very few people or businesses, and many of the houses were very run down. What we could see of the port looked interesting, and the landscape was different to most places we'd seen before....More
What a great little place this is. Lots of interesting 'things' to see at this museum run by a very nice gentleman who had lived in the area for over 40 years and was more than happy to impart his knowledge. Only $5 entrance fee...More
The public are not permitted to enter the port area for security reasons and unless you have a boat, there are no viewing areas, apart from The Bastion lookout.
Wyndham port area has passed its glory days, it is now almost derelict. But, there are...More
We were there on a normal business weekday but it wasn't obvious. No activity to describe and most areas were not accessible by vehicle or on foot. The port seems in decline but there was one ship docked, although no activity on it either by...More