See & Do

There’s so much to
see and do in Port Hedland

Port Hedland is an unexpected treasure trove of not only the dramatic expanse of large-scale industry, but also a town rich in cultural heritage and rugged natural beauty.


The beauty of Port Hedland

Here we list some of our favourite things to do, but please contact the Port Hedland Visitor’s Centre or speak to us at reception for more information.

Port Hedland Golf Course

The Port Hedland Golf Club was established in 1986 and has been a pivotal social activity in the region. The club has approximately +200 members. Competition days are held every Saturday through the year.

The club house is open 7 days a week. Carts and Clubs are available to hire.

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Seafarers Tour

This tour consists of a quick presentation at the Seafarers Centre, followed by and a lap around the harbour in one of our working Seafarers Launch Service boats. You will be accompanied by an informative member of the Seafarers Centre Staff who will provide commentary and to answer any of your questions, while picking up seafarers wishing to come back to the Seafarers Centre.

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Port Hedland Turf Club

The Port Hedland Turf Club has a long and proud history. Ever since the Club’s inauguration well over a hundred years ago, it has played a vital role in the formation of Port Hedland’s sense of identity, from the early pioneer pastoralist days through to modern resource boom times.

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Turtle Monitoring

Flatback sea turtles nest only on Australian beaches from October to March. For turtle viewing, please contact the local Care for Hedland Environmental Association who manage the turtle monitoring program.

Guided evening tours operate under their code of conduct, and if you’re lucky you may see turtles nesting or even hatching!

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Dalgety House Mueum

Situated at the doorstep of The Continental Hotel, Roebuck Bay is one of Broome’s most beautiful natural attractions.

The changing colours are incredible, with the turquoise waters retreating at low tide to reveal a horizon of mud flats. The diversity of its marine and plant life makes it a popular spot for bird watching.

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