Largest sea port in Australia and quite impressive from the number of ships in dock simultaneously. Although they only let two shuttlebuses to the ship at a time, which is rather poor when there are over 2000 passengers on board, it’s worth a visit into the town. Very friendly people. Great Museum with lots of free gifts!
Go ashore to stock up at Woolworths. Friendly folk market stalls on cruise days. Its a refuelling stop.
Visited: Oct 24, 2013
Extremely disappointing. Very hot and dusty and not much to do. The locals were very friendly though. Would have preferred to have stopped at Broome. Apparently there is much more to see and do there.
Australias biggest habour, but that was that
Visited: Feb 09, 2020
We did not take the ONE tour offered and perhaps should have. I think this town really made an effort to be welcoming, but the cruise line just did not spend the time planning additional tours.
Visited: Nov 17, 2015
unless you really like red dirt
Visited: Feb 26, 2015
Nothing to do and very hot.
Visited: Feb 21, 2014
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