City of Karratha

Parks and Landmarks

Shakespeare Park

Nairn Street, Bulgarra

Neighbourhood Park:
- Play Space
- Footpath
- Seating

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Bulgarra Sporting Precinct

Hunt Way, Bulgarra

Regional Park:
- Oval
- Play Space
- Public Toilets
- Clubrooms
- BBQ Facilities
- BMX Track
- Tennis Court
- Floodlighting
- Seating

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Miles Loop Park

Miles Loop, Baynton

Neighbourhood Park:
- Play Space
- Footpath
- Seating

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Hillview Park

Calliance Way, Baynton

Neighbourhood Park:
- Play Space
- Footpath
- Seating
 

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Church Way Park

Church Way, Baynton

Neighbourhood Park:
- Play Space
- Footpath
- Seating

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Mara Guthurra Park

Gardugarli Drive, Baynton West

Neighbourhood Park:
- Oval
- Play space
- Footpath
- Public Toilets
- BBQ Facilities
- Seating
- Outdoor Fitness Equipment

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Burrup Peninsula

The Burrup Peninsula is living proof of the 30,000 year history of the Indigenous people in the Pilbara and home to more than 700 Indigenous archaeological sites, including 10,000 rock engravings (petroglyphs). These petroglyphs are considered to be among the earliest examples of art in the world and occur at countless sites over a wide area, generally depicting anthropomorphic figures, fauna, animal tracks and abstract symbols.

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Point Samson

Historic Point Samson is located on the eastern tip of Western Australia’s Dampier Archipelago – an ideal spot to relax and soak up the quiet beauty of this part of the West Pilbara Coast. It boasts excellent accommodation options, all strategically located close to protected sandy beaches and great fishing and snorkeling spots, such as Point Samson Beach, John’s Creek and Honeymoon Cove.

History of Point Samson

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Karratha Airport

Karratha Airport (IATA: KTA, ICAO: YPKA) is an airport in Karratha, Western Australia. The airport is 14 km (8.7 mi) from Karratha and 5 nautical miles (9.3 km; 5.8 mi) south of Dampier.

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Hearson Cove

From April to October, a natural phenomenon caused by a full moon reflecting off the exposed mudflats at Hearson Cove at extremely low tides, creates a beautiful optical illusion of a magical staircase reaching to the moon. Ask the Visitor Centres or check the City of Karratha Calendar of Events for full details of dates and times.

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