As Big4 members I expected more from this park.. It did not impress me nor would I return. Camped in a tent for one night on a powered site & it was the smallest site I have been given in my 11 months travelling Australia! Our tent which is only a 4 man tent did not fit into the site... More
- Also Known As:
- Cooke Point Holiday Park Port Hedland, Western Australia
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Cooke Point Holiday Park is an oasis within the rugged mining town of Port Hedland. Located on a peninsula where the Indian Ocean meets Pretty Pool Inlet, guests enjoy a unique level of resort park accommodation with facilities for tourists, backpackers and business travellers. Cooke Point Holiday Park is a fantastic location from which to explore the magnificence of the Pilbara in Western Australia's rugged North West. After the long drive from Broome in the north or one of the southern towns, you will find this park to be a refreshing coastal oasis and the perfect holiday destination. Cooke Point Holiday Park allows its residents to relax, unwind and indulge in all that the port has to offer. Port Hedland is a dynamic town of over 15,000 people located in the Pilbara Region of Western Australia. It is renowned for its indigenous culture and history, long trains, big ships, salt piles and red dust. Often referred to as the friendliest town in the Pilbara, the local people make Port Hedland what it is today. Port Hedland has lovely warm weather. Located right on the coast, Port Hedland is a great spot to indulge in a variety of marine leisure activities. Fishing in the region is superb! Port Hedland is also home to Flatback Turtles and Humpback Whales. The turtles can be seen on Cemetery Beach, Cooke Point, Munda Beach and Pretty Pool from October - March. BHP Billiton Iron Ore’s crushing and shipping facility at Nelson Point dominates the landscape of Port Hedland. The Port is one of the world’s largest in tonnage terms, with over 70 million tonnes of product worth more than $3 billion shipped each year. Cooke Point Holiday Park provides an excellent vantage point for the “Stairway to the Moon”. Generally seen between March to October each year Stairway to the Moon is created when a full moon rises over the shoreline at low tide. As the moon rises, rays of light hit pools of water left behind by the receding tide. It creates an illusion of a “stairway” leading up to the moon. Karijini National Park, famous for its beautiful waterfalls, cool plunge pools and deep gorges and Millstream Chichester National Park, a landscape of rolling hills, spectacular escarpments and winding tree-lined watercourses are within easy driving distance. ... more less
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